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CHARLES MOORE & CO, 

8 BRATTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

Kitchen and Furnishing Goods 

Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, 

Tin Ware, Hard and Hollow Ware, Cutlery, Builders' Materials, 4c. 

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The "PEERLESS^ 

The Best Cooking Stove ever made for Coal or Wood. 

With or without Extension Top. Nos. 7£, S, 8 J, and 9. 

The "PEERLESS" has all the 
advantages of the popular Stoves 
In use, together with such new 
features as justify the manufactu- 
rers in calling it the best Cookino 
Stove in the market. 

It is the '* Peeuless" because it is 
superior to all other Cooking 
Stoves In Economy. Simplicity 
Cleanliness, Baking, Roasting, and 
Beauty. 1st. Economy. A patented 
method of heating the air and con- 
veying it through the oven, saves 
from twenty to thirty per cent, of fuel 
2d. SIMPLICITV. It is easily man- 
aged. The fire can be perfectly 
controlled, and kept through ail 
entire season without rekindling. 
3d. Cleanliness. No dust escapes 
while shaking or dumping the 
grate. 4th. BAKING. Its large oven, 
wherein all parts are of equal tem- 
perature: bakes as evenly as a brick 
even, and that without turning the 
article. It bakes qulcklv. 5th. 
Boasting. A current of hot air 
constantly passing through the oven 
so thoroughly ventilates it that it 
roasts as well as a Tin Kitchen. 6th. BEAUTY. .Made of the best iron it will not 'crack* 
Well moulded, artistically designed, and smoothly cast, it is the most beautiful, as well a* 
the most serriceable Stove in the market. Each Stove is wakkanted to be and to do all 
that is claimed for it. In all the recpiisites of a first-class Cook Stove, the " Peerless," as its 
uauie indicates, has no equal in the market. 




The Model Furnace, 

MANUFACTURED BY THE 

BARSTOW STOVE COMPANY, 

Providence, R.I, 

AH persons in want of Furnaces are requested to call and examine this Furnace, which 
possesses many advantages over all others, and is decidedlj the best in the market. 



THE CELEBRATED 

ORIENTAL BASE-BURNING FURNACES AND STOVES, 

Also, as large a variety of Parlor, Kitchen, anil Office Stoves, as can be 

found elsewhere in the city. Also, the 

EUREKA CLOTHES WHINGER, 

which needs only to be trie I lo become the pet of washing-day. 



J. WINNETT & CO. 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS 

5 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON. 
J. Winnett. W. G. Cutter. 

Particular attention given to the sale and leasing of Cambridge 

Property. 

INSURANCE effected in reliable Companies. 



ME. WALTHER, 

No. 14 WEST STREET, BOSTON, 

(Next to Bigelow, Kennard, & Co.), is always ready to see ladies 
who seek a really French article. Our stock consists of 

Mniliffii* Hfatasaeks* Entiles* 

LACES of various descriptions, 
EMBROIDERIES on Linen and on Hdkfs. 

We keep a very Select and Choice Assortment of 
FLOWERS, and the best French Laundry Blueing 

in existence. 

We have a first-class Dress-Making Establishment connected 
with our store, and make Ball & Bridal Dresses a specialty. 
Import or make to order Trousseaux, do up Laces, and Embroider 

Initials and Monograms. 0«r Foulard Cravats for Ladies and gen- 
tlemen defy comparison in regard to quality and price. 



Mrs. T. M. JOHNSON, 

DEALER IN 

RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CAPS, & HEAD-DRESSES. 

MOURHUfCI BONNETS COXSTAXTLY ON HAND. 

Straw Bonnets and hats bleached and Repaired in the neatest manner. 

BONNETS of all kinds made to order, 

At short notice, and on the most reasonable terms. 

683 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 

Residence, 71 Cambridge St.. E. Cambridge. 



LEVI CHUBBUCK'S 

NEW IMPROVED, SELF-CLEARING, 




Agent for BARRY & LANE'S 

NEW PATENT RANGE, 



Patented Oct. 12, 1869. 




CHILSON'S 
IMPROVED CONE FURNACE 

Patented in the United States, England, and France. 

Ten Sizes for Brick and Portable Casings. 

A Gold Medal was awarded to this celebrated Furnace, at a recent Fair of the Massa- 
chusetts Charitable Mechanics* Association, and the only Gold medal ever awarded any 
Furnace by this Association. It lias also received another GOLD MEDAL (first premium), 
at the Middlesex Mechanics' Exhibition, at Lowell, 1SG7. 

This justly celebrated Furnace, now in such extensive use throughout the country, is now 
in much greater demand than ever, since the recent improvements have been added. Once 

seen it must convince 
everyone that it is the 
most P CRKECT plan for 
WARMING buildings in 
this coan'ry. Its wonder- 
ful heating power, and 
great economy in FUEL 
have been more fully 
developed the past two 
years during the high 
price of fuel than ever 
before— it having proved 
in many cases a saving 
of from forty to fifty per 
cent over other Fur- 
naces. 

Thousands of com- 
mendations and refer- 
ences have heen received 
from 

Cliurriie ;, Schools, 
Hospitals* 

Asylu ns, and 

Public a 11 il Private 

Buildings 

of all kinds, which may 
be seen on application; 

MOKE THAN 

*20 9 000 

OF THE 

CHILSON FURNACES 

having been sold in the 
New England, Middle, 
Southern, Western, 
And Pacific Mates, 
Canada, New 1} unswick, 
Nova Sc >iia. 

and Europe. 
ZW Special attention 
given to the erection of 
Furnaces and Ranges, 
and the Ventilation of 
Huildings in any part of 
the country. 

For Sale by 
tlie Manufacturer, 
Wholesale and Retail. 

Warerooms, 99 & 101 Blackstone St. Boston, 

OR AT FOUNDRY AT MANSFIELD, MASS. 

GARDNER CHILSON. 




The Arlington Cooking Stove. 

CHILSON'S NEW STOVE— Jl'ST COMPLETED. 




Five minutes examination of 
this Stove will pro\e it to be the 
( bkafkst, Neatest, Most 
Convenient, and Durable, 
and in every respkct the 
best Cooking Stove ever made. 
Without Exception, the Wa- 
ter FRONT Fixtures for heat- 
ing water, for Bath Boilers, 
Ac, are the MOST PERFECT 

EVER INVENTED. DO NOT FAIL 
to examine this >tove before pur- 
chasing elsewhere. 

A VARIETY OF SIZES, WITH 
or without Extension Tops, 
Reservoirs, Hot Closets. &c. Jtc, 

for HARD OR SOFT COAL, OR 

wood, kept constantly on hand. 



CHILSON'S PATENT 

Elevated Double-Oven COOKING RANGE, 

HAS BEEN REMODELLED AND GREATLY IMPROVED. 



This Celebrated Range is universally 
acknowledged to be the most complete 
and perfect Kitchen Range in America, 

No housekeeper, who would enjoy the 
comforts of a really perfect Kitchen 
Range should fail to examine this before 

f>urchasing. Sizes adapted for dwellings, 
lotels, <fec, with or without water-backs, 
hot closets, and hot-air fixtures for 
heating additional rooms. 

It excels all others— 

1st — In its entirely new principle for 
circulating the heat around either oven 
eeparately, or both ovens, as desired. 

2d — In its heavy fine castings and 
thorough workmanship. 

3d— In its GREAT ECONOMY OF 
FUEL. 

4th — In Its quick and even baking 
ovens. 

5th— In its self-regulating fines, with- 
out the usual complication of dampers; 
and finally, in its general beauty of 
design, durability, &c. 




ALSO, 



Parlor, Office, and Store Stoves, Patent Dampers, 
Registers, Ventilators, &c. 

Warerooms, 99 and 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 

Foundry at Mansfield, Mass. 

GARDNER CHILSON. 



ERWIN S. CAER, 



DEALER IN 



STOVES, FURNACES, 




RANGES, ETC. 



AND MANUFACTURER OF 



Tin, Sheet Iron, & Copper 

WARE. 

Slate, Copper, and Tin Roofing. 

JUNCTION OF HARVARD & 914 MAIN STS. 
Old Cambridge. 

All Job Work promptly attended to. 

N. B. — Personal attention paid to the cleaning of 
Furnaces, Ranges, &c. 



I. J. BEAN & CO. 



Wholesale and Retail 



CLOTHING HBIIXE, 

10 NORTH ST., 12 

BOSTON. 

Keep on hand and for sale, a large and well selected stock of 

MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, 

At such prices as make it a matter of duty to the econo- 
mist, to call before purchasing elsewhere. 

They have also on hand a Splendid Vari- 
ety of 

PIECE GOODS, 

LATEST STYLES, 

Which they MAKE TO ORDER, in such a superior manner 

as merits the admiration of a discriminating public. 

Those in search of good garments at a 

low figure, should visit 

Nos. 10 & 12 NORTH STREET, 

J. G. Horton. N. J. Bean. 



WOODBURY & COMPANY, 

§) Imttag and IJtattldmjg $RiIl, 

Cor. of First and Otis Sts., 

2&S? ^Mlilli^ SS&S3. 
House ]\£oiilcLiiigs 

OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION. 

ALSO, 

Plate© Frame Mouldings. 

MANUFACTURERS OF WOODBURY'S PATENT 

ELASTIC CA.R WHEELS. 

JAMES A. WOODBURY. ISAAC A. WOODBURY. GEORGE E. WOODBURY 

WILLIAM W. WEBB, 

(Successor to T. C. Webb & Co.) 




Manufacturer of the 

WEBB BUGGY, 

AND ALL KINDS OF 

LIGHT CARRIAGES. 

REPAIRING, PAMTIi® and IARIISMIG 

Carriages, done in the best manner, at reasonable charges. 
Carriages while repairing on my premises, are insured 
against loss by fire. Order Box No. 265 Mechanics' 
Exchange, 22 State Street, Boston. 

FACTORY OlST CEDAR ST., 
NORTH CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



HIGGINS & WHITNEY, 

(Successors to J. M. Robbins), Manufacturers and dealers in 



TIN, BRITANNIA, AND WOODEN WARE, 

And Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

625 <& 629 Main Street, 




MASS. 

Where can be found all the 

New and Improved 

Furnaces & Ranges. 

Best Cooking and Parlor Stoves. 
MAGEE'S BRICK AND PORTABLE FURNACES. 

MAGEE'S 

RANGES. 

MAGEE'S 

ADVANCE 

COOK STOVE. 

MAGEE'S 

Old Pattern 

COOK STOVE. 
MAGEE'S 

Parlor Stoves. 

All of which are warranted 

to give perfect satisfaction. 

Stoves af all kinds 

SOLD ON LEASE 

at Cash Prices. 
Furnaces and Ranges 

REPAIRED 

at short notice. 

Orders for Tin Roofing-, 
and Jobbing in 

TIN, SHEET IRON, 

ZINC, AND COPPER 

promptly executed 
in the neatest manner. 

J. A. P. Whitney. S. C. Higgiks. 




D. OSBORN & CO.'S 

Planing & Moulding Mill. 



STATE STREET, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 



Planing, Sawing, Matching, Gig Sawing and Turning, Pine and 
Spruce Lumber, Kiln Dried and for sale ; also, Boxes, Cases, Brack- 
ets and Moulding of every description. 

All kinds of Teaming done to order. Stone and sand furnished. 
DALPHON OSBORN. JAMES D. OSBORN. 

LAMBERT BROTHERS, 

Successors to TUTTLE, GAFFIELD & CO. 

lO and 12 Merchants 9 Row, Boston. 

DEALERS IN 

French, Plate, Window, Oar and Picture 

GLASS. 

BOUGH PLATE, GROUND, AND FIGURED GLASS. 

$\mm' gtamoitds, &r. 

Contract Lots Filled at lowest rates, and Glass guar- 
anteed free of rust. Estimates freely given, and Builders 
invited to call. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Charles River Iron Works. 

kendallTIroberts, 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IS 

STEAM BOILERS, 

Rotary Bleaches, 

GASOMETERS, SUGAR TANKS, AND WAGONS. 

Charcoal and Bag Filters, Granulators, 
Water, Oil, and Ships 9 Tanks, Oil Stills, &c. 

Iron Bridges and Roofs, 

and all descriptions of Plate Iron Work. 

MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 
Near West Boston Bridge. 







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IRON WORKS 




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Stone Crushers, Hydraulic 

Presses and Pumps; Tobacco 
Machinery, Ice Machinery, Brick 
Yard and Slaughter House 
Machinery. MILL and General 
Machine "Work. Ac. 


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Near W. Boston Bridge ( 


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A.RCHITECT, 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. 

Agent for Cement Drain Pipe. 
608 MAIN ST., COR. HAYMARKET, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 






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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



House Fainting & Decorating. 

■ » . » > 

SIGNS PAINTED IN EVERY STYLE. 

Fresco Painting of every description. 

GRAINING — Imitations of Wood and Marble. 

HARD WOODS Grain Filled, and Finished in Oil, Wax, Varnish, or 

French Polish, 

GLAZING, with German, English, Berkshire, Crystal, or 
French Plate Glass. 

PAPER HANGINGS.— A large assortment for sale, at wholesale or retail, 
and pnt on in every style. 

PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL MOULDINGS, 

Gilt or Ebony, for Pictures, or Half- Round and Gothic, for decorating, 
ior Sale, and put on in every variety of style. 

PICTURE HOOKS FOR SALE. 

J. H. & J. P. THAYER & CO. 

658 & 660 Main Street, next City Hall, 

CAMBBIDGEPORT. 

A. C. SANBORN <£ CO. 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Rough and Hammered 

GRANITE. 

Sanborn's Wharf, Bridge Street, 
14BT OAMBMPBBL 

Boston Office, 22 State Street. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Granite & Cemetery Work 

of all descriptions, including Granite Enclosures for Cemetery 
Lots, Granite Monuments, Lettering, &c 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



SIMl@9f S4¥£,©E 8 

TIN PLATE & SHEET-IRON WORKER, 

No. 525 Main Street, Cmnhvidgepovt. 

Where can be found 

Best Cooking & Parlor Stoves, 

Also, MAGEE Stoves and Furnaces. 
POND'S IMPERIAL FURNACES, PEERLESS FURNACES, 

AND NEW 

Improved Peerless Cooking & Parlor Stoves. 

All of which are warranted to give 
satisfaction. The selection is of the 
latent improved patterns in regard 
to economy of fuel. 

TIN & COPPER WARE 

MADE TO ORDER. 
Stove, Furnace, and all kinds of 

Repairing Done. 
SIMEON TAYLOR. 

Cambridgeport, Ap. 21, 1869. 
Mr. S. Taylor— In the Peerless 
Cooking Stove I bought of you, I used 
two and a half tons of coal, from 
April 1, 186S, to April 16, 1869— over 
a year. It is a perfect baking stove. 
It is near perfection in all depart- 
ments. U. LINCOLN. 

JAMES IYIARSDEET, 

Groceries & Provisions, 

ALSO, 

Dealer in WOOD & COAL. 

Kindling Wood constantly on Hand. 

FURNITURE AND JOB WAGON. 

No. 395 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass* 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 5 



Cambridge Laundry. 

Soden Street, near Western Avenue, 

CAMBBIDGEPORT. 

Orders left at 102 Green St. Cambridgeport. 
Office in Boston, 57 Bromfleld St. 



All clothes received will be washed and ironed, unless otherwise 
directed. Goods delivered to any part of the city free of expense. Work 
done with neatness and despatch. 

LEONARD COX, Proprietor. 

SAMUEL WALKER, 

MERCHANT TAILOR 

AND 

Gent's Furnishing Goods, 

49 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 

BAST 0AM11I1SI. 
EDMUND FLIItfltf, 

House Painter, Grainer, and Glazier, 

530 1-2 MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



WILLIAM A. STONE, 

DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY 

No. 4 Brewers' Block, Brattle Square, 
G. V. BUSK IRK, 

AND 




CARRIAGE BUILDER, 




MAIN STREET, COR. OP OSBORN. 




Geo. Mcintosh, 

CARRIAGE 
SMITH 

And JOBBER, 

376 MAIN ST. 
Cor. of Osborn. 



JOHN VERITY, 

DEALER ZJV 

Groceries and Provisions 



9 



430 Broadway? 

Corner Ellery Street, CAMBRIDGE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 








DAVIS & BATES, 

DEALERS IN 
ALL KINDS OF 

Grain, Meal, Bundle Hay, and Straw. 

ALSO, 

GRAPE VINES AND FRUIT TREES 

OF ALL KINDS. 

MAIN STREET, OI>JP. NORFOLK ST. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

BRITANNIA 

AND 

STATIONERS' 

HARDWARE. 

Otis Street, between First and Second, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

SOLOMON LENFEST, 

Job and Card Printer, 

BANK BUILDING, 

Corner of Cambridge and Second Streets, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

Post Office Address, Box 170. 



8 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

J* Be iH4W & Q^» 

DEALERS IN 

COAL AND WOOD 



WHARF, CAMBRIDGEPORT, 

Junction of Main Street and Broadway. 



NORTEC CAMBRIDGE OFFICE, 
AT CHARLES H. FARWELL'S FISH MARKET, 

288 North. Avenue, 

COR. DOVER STREET. 



Immediate attention to orders by mail. 

ALLEN & ENDICOTT, 

Manufacturers of STATIONARY and PORTABLE 

STEAM ENGINES 

AND 

BOILERS, 

i 9 w a Tram "PAia 



GAS HOLDERS, IRON ROOFS, 
Xettle Curbs, Shafting and Pulleys, and 

MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS. 
MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGE FORT, MASS. 

In Boston, at No. 5 Liberty Square. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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y SETTER OF 

Soap Kettles, 

HOT AIR 

FURNACES, 

COOKING RANGES, 

Steam Boilers, 

BAKE OVENS, 

AND 

Greenhouse Furnaces. 




Stone and Brick Work, 

Of Every description, at short notice. 

149 PEOSPECT ST. . . . CAMBEIDGEPOET, MASS. 

N. V). — All orders promptly attended to. 

B. J. IcCORMIC, 

LADIES' AND GENT'S 

Ice Cream and Oyster Restaurant, 

117 AND 119 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 
EAST CAMBRIDGE. 



H. K, PARSONS, 



DEALEIi IN 



HAY 

STRAW, 




ALSO, 



LIVEflY 
STABLE. 



Orders respectfully solicited, and carefully attended to. 

No. 196 NORTH AVENUE, CAMBRIDGE, 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



NOYES & JENKINS, 




LARGE AND COMMODIOUS 




STABLE 



Horses and Carriages to Let. 



120 GREEN STREET, 






Experienced Grooms are employed, and the best 
care taken of Horses and Carriages. 



C. A. NOYES. 



S. JENKINS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



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-¥- STAR LIGHTM6 ROD CO. -¥■ 

NOYES & JENKINS, Proprietors 

Office, 120 Green Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. 




We respectfully call the attention of the public to a few facts determining 

why our 

STAR GALVANIZED LIGHTNING ROD 
IS SUPERIOR TO ANY IN USE. 

1st. It is made from MAGNETIC IRON, manufactured ex- 
pressly for Lightning Rod Purposes only, 5-8tha square-grooved, 
spiral twisted, and galvanized, and connected with pure Copper 
Couplings, rendering it superior to any other rod, the whole sur- 
mounted with a Gold-Platei> Cluster Point of Pure Copper, 
thus forming a continuous rod from the point to the ground, and by a 
combination of metals forming a Galvanic Battery in the Rod. 

2d. Our Star Galvanized Rod is Warranted always to 
remain bright and clean, and never corrode, or rust, thus pre- 
senting a neat, ornamental appearance on the building, worth more 
than its cost as a matter of ornament, say nothing about its sure 
protection against lightning. 



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All Work personally superintended, and satisfaction guaranteed. 



orders solicited. 



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12 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

B. W. WHITNEY, 

Attorney ami Counsellor 

^Particular attention Given to t/ie Examination of 
2'itles, a?id Collection of Claims. 

Rooms over Whitney & Worcesters, Brattle Sq. 
CAMBRIDGE. 

CUMMINGS, KENNEY, & CO. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Hard-Wood Xaumb&r, 

ALSO, 

CIIESTNUT, BUTTERNUT, AND MICHIGAN CLEAR PINE. 
BRIDGE STREET, E. CAMBRIDGE. 

Nath'l Cummtngs. Joh\ t Kkxney. Robt. W. McNinch. 

GEORGE NASH, 

DEALER IN 

SEWING MACHINES. 

2Td. 541 3IAIJT ST, 
CAMBRIBGEPORT. 

All First-Class Sawing Machines 
for Sale. AUo, Agent for 

LAMB'S KNITTING MACHINE. 

B. FEANKLIN WYETH, 

Successor to Wm. B. Bartlett, 

No. 10 HARVARD ROW, OLD CAMBRIDGE. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

Ready-Made Clothing, &c. 

-AJso 5 Crockery and GJ-lass Ware. 

Goods delivered to any part of the city. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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MAYNARD & POTTER, 

DEALERS IN 

Hard and Soft COAL, 

WOOD, 
Lumber, Lime, Cement, Hay, &c. 

Successors to Emery Wii.lard, 

WILLARD'S WHARF, BRIGHTON STREET, 

Order Boxes at Richardson's News Room, North Cambridge 
P. O., and Alston b tat ion. 
M. A. Maynard. AY. W. Potter. 



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436 Main St., opp. Austin, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
Particular attention paid to 



Qwum ssoeikt® 



In all its branches. SJf = A!I orders faithfully executed. 



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BEST FAMILY GROCERIES 

5 & 6 HARVARD ROW, 
Cambridge. 

Choice Teas and Coffees, and the best brands of 
Flour. Also, GRAIN and MEAL. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



THURSTON, HALL, k CO 




CRACKER BAKERS, 

31 and 33 Elm Street, neap Broadway, Cambridgeport. 

Manufacture, and put up to order, in Barrels. Half-Barrels. Tin Boxes. Ac-., Flutter, Water, 
Soda, Milk, Mine, Oyster, Graham, Piiot, Lemon, aud Boston CRACKERS, Ginger Sxaps, 
&c. 

All orders addressed to THURSTON, HALL. & CO., CambiidReport, Mass. will be 
promptly attended t<>. 

D. H. Thurston. J. II. Hall. C. F. TnuRSTOx. J. E. Hall. 

CHARLES A. SAWYER, 



171 .Jtmyzmmmv-;*,.. m 




GRAINER, GLAZIER, AND PAPER HANGER, 



No. 460 Main Street, East of Universalist Church, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 



WHITE'S 

Specialty for Dyspepsia. 



This is not a new preparation, to be tried and found wanting. It has 
been prescribed daily for many years in the practice of an eminent 
physician, with unparalleled success. It is 2s OT expected or intended 
to cure all the diseases to which the human family is subject; but 

IS WARRANTED TO CURE DYSPEPSIA 

in its most obstinate form, relief being always obtained from the first 
use, and a permanent cure obtained when properly continued. 



Some of the Symptoms of Dyspepsia 

Are Loss of Appetite, Wind and Rising of Food, Dryness in the 
Mouth, Heartburn, distension of the Stomach and Bowels, Coslive- 
ness, Headache, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, and Low Spirits. Unless 
checked it surely affects the mind as well as the body, and unfits one 
for the duties of life in a short time. These are all removed by the 
use of WHITE'S SPECIALTY FOR DYSPEPSIA. 



TESTIMONIALS. 

Boston, Sept. 1, 1871. 
Dr. H. G. White. Dear Sir. — Regarding jour "Specialty for Dyspepsia," I would say I 
have used it with the best results. 

I have been a sufferer for tive years, my food distressing me, but now can partake heart- 
ily without inconvenience. 

1 w;is affected with dizziness so much as to fall in the street; that trouble is also removed. 
I have tried many preparations without relief; but I recommend your remedy as one 
deserving the confidence of all 

Yours trulv, G. A.Holt. 

Ileal Estate Broker, 191 Friend Street, Boston. 
Residence, Union Street, East Somerville, Mass. 



Cambridgeport, Mass. March. 1871. 
Mr H. G. White. Dear Sir, — I take pleasure in informing you of the cure effected in 
my mother's case by your "Specialty for Dyspepsia." 

Before using it, she had been for a long time very low, and for five weeks was unable to 
partake of any thing more hearty than a spoonful of light broth without suffering. After 
taking one bottle, she was able to eat meat and other tood without inconvenience 
She has used three bottles, and considers herself cured 

Yours respectfully, 

Henry T. Weltch, Riverside Market. 



Hopkixton\ Mass, May, 1871. 
Mr. H. G. White. Dear Sir, — The dozen of " Specialty for Dyspepsia," purchased by 
me is sold. I Know of two cases of chronic Dyspepsia which has baffled thf skill of several 
physicians in this vicinity. By the use of your remedy. 1 consider them permanently cured. 
Please send me another lot, and oblige, ' Yours. 

W. A. Thomson, Druggist, Hopkinton, Mass. 



Prepared only by H. G. WHITE, 37 Court Street, 
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, 

For sale by all Druggists. Price, SI per bottle. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



OU^^Zili (3 PARKER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

DOORS.SASHES, BLINDS, 

GLAZED WINDOWS, 

Fence Pales, Stair Balusters, Framing 
Pins, Blind Fastenings, &c. 

Nos. 9 and 10 CHARLESTOWN ST., BOSTON. 
Opp. Boston and Maine (Railroad 3)cpot. 

Doors of every quality at the Lowest Cash Prices. 




M. N. Cutter. 



Ben j. F. Parker. 



BIRD & WHITTEMORE, 

General Insuranoelgents^ 

OFFICES, 
36 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, 

547 MAIN STREET, CAMBMDGEPOKT, MASS. 

Special Agents for 

CITIZENS' MUTUAL INS. COMPANY, Brighton. 

MERCHANTS & FARMERS' MUT. INS. CO., Worcester. 

ROYAL INSURANCE CO., Liverpool, England. 

Insurance effected to any amount in reliable Companies. 

W. M* BUCKLEY, 

151 WASHINGTON ST. 

OPP. OLD SOUTH CHUECH, BOSTON. 

Dealer in all kinds of FIRST-CLASS 

SEWING MACHINES, 

At this old Established and Popular place, you 
can see a large assortment of all the STANDARD 
MACHINES. 

Yon can Rent, ExohaoiCi or ' Buy, 
pa> iiiii- ••» small amount eacli H'EKH or 
MO. \ Til, and privilege tif exchanging 
in thirty days, if nut satisfactory. 

Repairing, Machine Stitching, Fring- 
ing, Silk, Thread, Needles, and Findings 
for all the various Machines. 







GEO. R. BRINE & CO. 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 



PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS, 



AND DEALERS IN 




GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 


13 T RE MO NT EOW, 




(ROOM 5), 


M@ ft iil W^ifei®gt@m Bt&eets 


BOSTON. 


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George R. Brine. Robert Brine. Wm. C. Prat. 


BERLIN CARDS ONLY S3, 00 PER DOZ. 



PIANO FORTES. 

22 ELIOT STREET . . BOSTON. 

All Styles, $75 to $600. 

Pianos Tuned and Repaired. 

PIANOS TO LET. 

CHARLES WILLIAMS, Jr. 




Established 1856. 



Successor to Hinds & Williams. 



MAMUFAr'n KEB OF 



Telegraph Instruments, 

WIRE, MAGNETS, &c, &c. 

Wo. 103 Court Street, 

Near head of Sudbury Street, BOSTON. 



OAIPBILL & V9BAH, 

TAILORS, 

And Dealors In 

GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 

Particular Attention given to the Latest Styles. 
JVo. /0 WASJSTIJVGTOJV ST3UZUT, 

JOHN CAMPBELL. l@|f ©I, WM. H. FORAN. 

J. HOWARD BARNARD, 

JOB PRINTER & STATIONER, 

No. 50 BROMFIELD STREET, (Room 11), 

B S T ON . 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FIRST-CLASS 

MERCANTILE JOB PRINTING. 

Good work and fair prices guaranteed. 



H. T. BLANGHARD, 

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST. 

313 Washington Street, 

Near Temple Place, ® @ S T @ M» 



FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, 

LARGE AND SMALL. 

Wmt fjentifil %mt\mw 

Are done First-Class. All work Warranted. 

SUCCESSOR TO BOINTON & HEALD, 

Whose Negatives are preserved, and may be ordered from at any 
time. 

PAPEE HANGINGS. 

EATON BROTHERS, 

AT THEIR NEW STORE, 

Near Bowdoin Square, (B®ST®M. 



Contracts for Furnishing and Hanging 
solicited. 



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A. W. HASTINGS & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Doors, Windows, Blinds, 

BLIND TRIMMINGS, 

Wlmitaw frames, 

Stair Balusters, Fence Pales, &c. &c. 

No. 142 Friend Street, 

BOSTON, UASS. 

Albert W. Hastings. Washburn Emery. 

GOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION 

Originated the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas for 
Extracting Teeth without Pain. 

Office, . . 3 1-2 Beacon Street, 



Levi Parker. 



F. L. Jones. 



GALEN COFFIN, 

Pattern & Model Maker, 

And Printers 7 Joiner. 

Patterns and Models of every description, 

Made in the best manner, and at fair prices. 

Printers' and Binders' Materials on hand or 
made to order. 

17 Harvard Place, Boston. 




DEAN DUDLEY. 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHER 

A Congress SqMostov- 



GEO. E. FRENCH'S 
NEWS DEPOT AND CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 

588 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 

Horning, Evening, and Sunday Papers Delivered at Residences. 



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THE () 

CAMBRIDGE 
DIRECTORY 

For 1872; 

CONTAINING 

A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF THE RESIDENTS, 

CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER, A MAP, 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, &c, &c. 

No. XXI. 

BY DEAN DUDLEY, 

8 Congress Square, Boston. 




CAMBRIDGE: 

SOLD BY CHARLES W. SEVER, HARVARD SQUARE; 

GEORGE E. FRENCH, 588 MAIN STREET; 

AND FRED. A. LULL, 447 MAIN ST. 

18 7 2. 



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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by DEAN 
Dudley, in the Olfice of Che Librarian of Congress 
at Washington. 



Price, $3.00. 



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O. WARREN BROWN, 
Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School St., Boston. 

31ortffages Meffotlnted. 



C, WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 
School Street, Boston, Mortgages negotiated. 



CONTENTS. 





Page 




Page 


Abbreviations • 


4A 


Index to Cambridge AdverMsr 


Advertising Department begins on 4-ti 


Insurance Co. 


. 305 


Banks 


City Recoid365 


.Justices of the Peace. 


City Record 360 


Business Directory 


. 373 


Map of Cambridge . 


. . 16 


Business Directory of Patrons o'ut- 


Masonic 


City Record 368 


side of Cambridge 


37 


Mt. Auburn Cemetery 


City Record 368 


Calendar . 


42 


Odd Fellows 


City Record 369 


Churches 


City Record 309 


Police Department . 


City Record 360 


City Officers 


. 859 


Post Offices 


City Record 368 


Corporations 


. 365 


Savings Banks . 


City Record 305 


Expresses . 


. 379 


Schools 


City Becord364 


Fire Department 


. City Record 360 


Societies 


City Record 371 


Grand Army of the Republic, 


Streets, Avenues, Courts, &c. . 32 




City Record 372 


Temperance Organizations, 


Halls, Buildings, Bloc 


ks, 4c. . 35 




City Record 369 


Harvard University 
Index to Boston Adve 


City Record 361 
rtisemeuts . 28 


Title page • • 


17 


Ward Boundaries 


. . 30 





CHRISTOPHER NEEDHAM, 

PEES©© Mlifll, 

AND INTERIOR DECORATOR, 

Rooms, 608 Washington Street, Boston. 

SAMUEL BOYER, 

STAIR BUILDER, 

AND MANUFACTURER OP 

STAIR POSTS, 

Rails, Balusters, «&c. 

301, 303, and 305 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 




David Gore. Horatio Gore. 

D. & H. GORE, 

PAVERS 

AND RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. 

Streets, Courts, Sidewalks, and Crossings Paved, 
and Edse-Stones Set. 

Edge Stons, Cobble Stone, and all kinds and sizes of Block Stone 
on hand, and furnished if required. 

All kinds of Brick for Sale. 

Wharf on Court Street, near Broadway, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
Office, Room No. 6 Traveller Building, State St., Boston. 

Entrance, No. 1 Congress Square. 




DEPOT FOR FASHIONABLE 

Card Engraving and Plate Printing. 

24 School Street, Boston. 
WEDDING, VISITING, AND BUSINESS CARDS, 

EXECUTED IN THE FIRST STYLE OF THE ART. 

Wedding Stationer]/ on hand and for sale. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF 

CAKE BOXES, ENVELOPES, AND NOTE PAPER. 
BALL, AI¥I> PROGKAMME CARDS, for Military and Calico Balls. 

Initials Embossed on Note Paper at short notice. 

Dearborn's Text Book of Letters, price $2.00. Dearborn's 

Scroll and Monogram Books, price $2.50. 



ST. JAMES 

LAUNDRY 

607 Washington St., 

Opp. St. James Theatre, 

BOSTON. 



All Work done with neatness and dispatch and 
warranted to give satisfaction. 

Open from 7 A. M., till 7. P. M., Saturdays, till 9 P. M. 

J. G. CRAWFORD, Proprietor. 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, EXPRESS, STORE AND JOB 

WAGONS, CARTS, FUNGS, &o. 
constantly q& foawl for sale ©r axohaage. 

JVOHTH AyUJYVE, NO 2? TIT CAMSKIDGrf. 

Carriage Painting and Jobbing in all its Branches, 
attended to with Neatness and Dispatch. 

FKIDEEICI FHEY f 

Importer and Manufacturer of 



l&ft Wtetiaglem Stseet, 
BOSTON. 



PREFACE. 

I\ T giving to the public, volume twjinty-om of the Cam- 
bridge Directory (being volume nineteen, according to tlieold 
numbering), we proceed to correct an error in reckoning, ex- 
isting from the year 1848, and one of later date. The follow- 
ing brief outline will be historically interesting, besides fur- 
nishing the needed corrections. 

The first number of this work, published by James French, 
in 1847, was styled " the Cambridge Almanac and Business Di- 
rectory, " and although it did not give a list of the inhabitants, 
with their residences, it embraced so much local information 
in sixty-eight pages, immediately after Cambridge became a 
city, that it deserves to stand at the head of the series. In 
1848 , John Ford published the work, under the title -;f "the 
Cambridge Directory," which contained a general directory of 
citizens, and a business directory, making 112 p iges besides 
advertisements. This should be reckoned volume two. 
Mr. Ford published the work for nine years, — seven volumes 
under the title of "the Cambridge Directory and Almanac," 
in 1849, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1858, 1854, 1855, 1856, and one— 
1857, as "the Cambridge Directory," since which it his gone 
by that name. In 1859, John D. Baldwin published the elev- 
enth volume; in 1860, Thurston, Miles & Pritchett the 
twelfthjgand in 1861, Thurston & Miles the thirteenth. In July 
I860, George Fisher published the fourteenth, for 1863-4. 
By inadvertence, it was numbered the same as its predecessor 
of 1861, twelve. It was doubly valuable, however, as contain- 
ing a list of the Cambridge Soldiers in the War for the Un- 
ion. The present publisher began his work with a large sized 
12mo. for 1865-6, and received such encouragement, that it 
has since been issued in royal octavo form, — viz. for 1866-7, 
1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, and the present volume, the twenty 
first. As the work is of full age, it shall speak for itself. 
Thus saith the historian, A. J. Coolidge, Esq. who takes much 
pains about our city affairs. 

The present editor and publisher, will hold himself ready 
to correct former mistakes in this annual. If some of the local 
newspapers shall do likewise, they may, thereby, increase 
their fame for critical integrity. We have endeavored to 
collect all the facts contained in this work, from original 
sources. Several boarding-house keepers, however, have re- 
fused to give us the names of their boarders, saying that the 
boarders did not wish to have their names inserted in the 
Directory, being transient persons. 

Two of the canvassers, who have been employed this year 
are residents of Cambridge, and two reside in Boston. If they 
have been faithful according to their ability, and done their 
duty, the list of names will be found full and accurate. 

Many thanks are due for favors and polite assistance and 
patronage. These things will be remember d, and ever 
lighten our toil in the future compilation of the work. 

D. DUDLEY. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORT 



LINCOLN & HOPKINSON, 

Wholesale Dealers in 

WOODEN WARE, 

PLAIN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE. 

Willow Goods, Brooms, Brushes, Mats, Cordage, French, German, 
and American Baskets, &c. 

15 and 16 Faneuil Hall Square (South Side), 

BOSTON. 

Alexander Lincoln. Wm. L. Hopkinson. 




DAVID BREWER: 



DEALER IN 



Beef, Pork, Lard, Hams* 

Tongues, Tripe, Smoked Beef, 

Sausages, Pigs' Feet, fApples, Cranberries Potatoes, &c. 

No. 9 BRATTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE. 

Goods delivered free of charge. 

LEAVITT'S 

HAT AND FUR EMPORIUM. 

No. 91 Court Street, Boston. 

All the Latest Styles, and Finest Qualities. 

Also, all Nobby Goods as soon as out. 

In Gloves, a full ear left/. 

In Umbrellas, Silk, Gingham, and Alpacca, 

A heavy stock, wholesale and retail. Open evenings till 9 o'clock 



ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, ETC. 



Anderson Matthew, carpenter, Mill, house 5 South 
Arnold Geo. K. apothecary, 591 Main, house 84 Austin 
Bailey George A. car-conductor, house 27 Trowbridge 
Ball Elijah (Williams & Ball), toilet soaps, 88 Broadway, 

house 51 Pine 
Ball Jos. A. clerk (B.), boards 3 Austin 
Boyle William Cornelius, works Cambridgeport glass-factory, 

house 125 Third [cor. State 

Brandt Hendrick H. (Stevens & Brandt), painter, h. Village, 
Bran nan James E. gentleman, bds. Hotel de Kent, School ct. 
BREWER DAVID, provision dealer, Brattle sq. house 32 

Shepard 
Brown Chas. S. carpenter, bds. L. Greely's, 13 Pleasant • 
Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier, house 18 Market 
Chase Josiah G. city engineer, opp. City Hall, 1). 8 Bigelow 
Clark Chester N. brush manufacturer, house 72 Fourth 
Clough John K. book-binder, house 55 Columbia 
Crosby George E. book-keeper, house 50 Pine 
Crawford Charles, laborer, 9 Murdock place 
Crow Samuel C. boot and shoe-maker, 549 Main, bds. Main, 

corner Clark 
Crowley Denis J. printer, John Wilson & Sons, and chairman 

of county deputies of Catholic State Temperance Union, 

house 2 South 
Cutten Theodore H. jr. foreman, J. K. Hodgdon's distillery, 

Cambridge, cor. Distillhouse, house 54 Fourth 
Cutter Watson G. real-estate agent (5 Tremont, B.), house 

Linneean, near Avon 
Cutting Southwick B. organ maker (B.), bds. 44 Austin 
Dardis Thomas B. works Geldowsky's, house 106 Fourth 
Day John M. mason, house Sparks st. place 
Dean Daniel H. conductor, U. R. R. house Charles River 
DeMaltchyce Mme. French-teacher, house 8 Mason 
DeRonde Martinus J. cabinet maker, house 22 Eighth 
Donath John G. clerk, F. Geldowsky's, house 33 Seventh 
Dorr Clifford E. clerk, house lo7 Harvard 
Dorsey Robt. painter, 56 Clark 
Dowling Martin, laborer, house 250 Bridge 
Dudley Geo S. policeman, house 33 Pleasant 
Dustin Samuel machinist, house 74 Fourth 
Dyer Wm. J. stage-carpenter, house 142 Spring 
Edwards Alfred, stone-cutter, bds. 35 Washington 
Ellis Joseph W. saloon keeper, basement Cambridge, corner 

Second, boards 22 Fifth 
Evans George S. printer, house 11 Gerry [18 Kinnard 

Felt Charles W. flour merchant (29 Commercial, B.), house 



22 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY 

Eisner Ornery B. clerk (P. 0., B.), house Tremont 

Fishei Gardner P. clerk (P. O., B.), house Tremont 

Fiizmauriee Thomas, iron-plater, house 98 Third 

Gage Julius F. (32 Wash. B.), house 88 Thorndike 

Gerard Frank L. counsellor at law, 20 Court, h. 45 Brattle J 

Gerrisli Mary A. widow, house 20 Lake 

Gill Joseph Henry, carpenter, house 105 Garden 

Gilligan James Ii. clothing cutter, bds. 24 Watson 

Goodrich Charles Newton, student, H.U. bds. 309 Broadway 

Graffer Joseph F. stone-cutter, house 175 Main 

Grant Alfred S. book-binder, house 9 Suffolk 

Greenough Joseph F. treasurer Marquette & Ontonagon R. 

R. Co. (13 Exchange, B.) h. Garden, cor. Mason 
Haron Joseph Dr. optician, 3b7 Main 
Harris Clias. W. laborer, house 99 Norfolk 
Hatfield Samuel A. carpenter, house 97 Auburn 
Hills Henry S. (Henry S. Hills & Co.), furniture (53 to 61 

Fulton, B.), house 77 Thorndike [Prospect 

Hinckley Henry, pastor, Broadway Baptist church, house 28 
Hiscock Simon D. policeman, house 13 Pine 
Hooker Emerson A. stone-cutter, bds. 33 Fourth' 
Howe Archibald Murray, law-student (B.), bds. J. M. Howe's, 

4 Garden 
Jackson John, iron plater (Navy Yard, Charlestown), house 

rear 27 Sixth 
Jacoby Hermann H. clerk, bds. 6 Brookline 
Johnson James A. teamster, house 4 Hastings 
Keeler Geo. S. coach-body maker, (146 Federal, B.), house 

24 East 
Kinsman John O. machinist, house 13 Watson 
Lamson Rufus W. mason, house 66 Norfolk 
Leary John, tailor (71 Summer, B.), house Harrison, n. School 
Lowney Dennis, glass-blower, house 47 Winter 
Lowney Jeremiah, glass-maker, house 47 Winter 
Maack Georg August Dr. curator, Museum comparative zo- 
ology, H. U. house Zoological Hall 
Marcy Henry Orlando, physician, 690 Main [way 

Mcintosh Daniel, physician and surgeon, rooms 255 Broad- 
Merrill Cha;li's Henry, clerk, house 40 Hancock 
Murphy Philip F. travelling salesman, house 118 Brookline 
Nims C. P. W. potter, boards Porter's Hotel 
Paul Henry S. carpenter and stair-builder, Brighton, house 

15 Ililliard 
Peach Theodore, jig-sawyer, house 34 Cambridge [shire 

Penney Samuel S. provision dealer (B.), h. Union, cor. Ilamp- 
Perry John B. Professor, Museum of comparative zoology, 

H. U. house Chester 
Perry Thomas Sergeant, tutor, H. U. house Stoughton 
Phelan Jeremiah, laborer, Fresh Pond, h. No. Cambridge 
Ramsay Albert 11. house 02 Spring 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 23 

Read Charles C. lawyer (27 State, B.), house Appleton 
Robins Richard, real estate agent (4 Pemberton sq. B.), 

house Fort avenue, cor. Highlank park 
Robinson Joseph S. carpenter, house 96 Auburn 
Rowe James, teamster, 2 Stevens court 
Ryan John G. printer, house 14 Jay 
Sanger John W. clerk (B.), house Oxford 
Seaver Charles E. clerk (B.), bds. Seventh, n. Thorndike 
Shea James J. glass-blower, house 47 Fifth 
Sleeper Solomon S. grocer (35 and 36 South Market, B.) 

house 126 North ave. 
Small George P. measurer (Custom House, B.), h. 89 Oxford 
Snow Humphrey L. dry goods (Milk, cor. Devonshire, B,), 

house 4 Laugdon 
Stearns Joseph S. paper hanger (B.), bds. Allston, n. Pearl 
Stimson Royal W. farmer, Concord ave. cor. Sparks, bds. A. 

X. Wyeth's, Raymond 
Stratton Harrison W. assistant weigher (Custom House, B.), 

house Brighton, corner Mt. Auburn [64 Winter 

Swiney C. & J. H. carpenters and builders, 122 Gore, house 
Tiffany Lyman, bds. E. C. Dyer's, Brattle, near Willard 
Tribble Augustus, book-keeper, bds. James Mellen's, 77 Wash- 
ington 
Tryfordi Jackson, larder (North Merriam & Co.'s,B.),bds. Mrs. 

Kimball's, Gore, near Sixth 
"Watts Benjamin S. painter, house rear 5 Watson 
Watts F. J. car-conductor, house 31 Bow 
Wesley Augustus G. cook, Thayer Club, Holmes place- 
White James D. groceries and provisions, Green, cor. Bay, 

house 184 Green 
White Thomas, switchman, Fitchburg R. R. h. 147 Dublin 
Williams James G. (Williams & Ball), toilet soaps, 88 

Broadway, bds. 8 Norfolk 
Williams & Ball (James G. Williams and Elijah Ball), toilet 

soaps, 88 Broadway 
Wood Moses Abbott, law-student, H. U. bds. 28 Mt. Auburn 
Wood Wm. S. butcher, house Harvey 



MOUNT OLIVET LODGE. (Masonic.) 



Isaac Bradford, W. M. 
Jonathan Bigelow, S. W". 

C. G. Mackenzie. J. W. 
John S. Bates, Treas. 
Chas. L. Fuller, Sec'y. 
J. A. Martin, S. D. 
L. Kempton, J. D. 



J. G. Barker, Chaplain. 
J. R Richards, M. 
John Waldron, S. S. 
Ebenezer E. Baldwin, J. 
Oren B. French, I. S. 
Wm. Ilayden, T. 



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SAUCES AND PRESERVES. 



No. 6 BRATTLE STREET, 
CAMBRIDGE, 

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FURNITURE MOVER, 

AND 

EXPRESS AND JOBBING. 



The highest Prices paid for old Iron, 
Copper, Lead, &c. Terms cash. 



HE EMPTY BARRELS BOUGHT & SOL D 




Stand, 99 Bridge Street, East Cambridge, Mass. 
And No. 32 Cambridge St., cor. First St. 



1. 1. WILMOT ft CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



FINE 






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121, 123, & 125 Washington St. 



Opposite Water Street, 



BOSTON 



«T. J. READ, 

HARNESS 

MANUFACTURER, 




No. 10 8 Sudbury Street, 

Near Court, 

BOSTON. 



Surcingles, Linen Sheets, Whips, 

SPONGES, CURRY COMBS, BRUSHES, 

IFIROnSTTS, BOSETTS, BITS, 



AND 



HORSE 

Furnishing Goods Generally. 

Repairing in all its branches done with dispatch. 

Whips Topped out for $1.00, 

With c r elton's Patent Tips, and done in 5 minutes, 



€. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 
Street, Boston. Mortgages negotiated. 



INDEX TO CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 

438 



441 
44- 

4;.; 

27 
16 

433 



Adams J. F. stair builder 
Allen & Endicott, iron founders 
Anshelm J. H. boots and shoes 
Kates Edward, plumber .... 
Bayley A. H. druggist .... 
Bird Henry M. iron founder 
Bird & Whittemore, real estate and ins. 
Blake Edwin H. grocer .... 
Blanchard W.8. lumber dealer front cover 
Bolger James, horse-sboer . , . 444 
Bowen A Blake, books and stationery . 442 
Boyer Samuel, stair builder ... 18 
Brewer I), provisions .... 20 
Brooks Geo. F. concert organist . . 487 
Buckley D. A. real estate . front cover 
Bullard J. C. cashier, Cambridge Na- 
tional Hank 

Bullard W. A. cashier, First National 

Bank 

Burpee Joseph E. mason .... 
Barrage, Shepherd & Co. lumber . 
• Buskirk Charles V. wheelwright 
Cambridge Chronicle, Geo. Fisher, prop 
Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 
Cambridge National Hank 
Cambridge Press, .James Cox, proprietor, 44y 
Carr Erwin S. stoves, furnaces &c. front col. 
Chamberlain H. .M. counsellor . . MO 

Chamberlain J. W. plumber . front cover 
Charles River National Bank . . 1M 

Cofran Samuel M. bric;-inaker back of 41 

Connors Thomas, grocer .... 447 
Cox James, publisher, Cambridge Press 449 
Cox Leonard, proprietor Cambridge 

laundry 5 

Cummings*. Kenney A Co. lumber . . 12 
Danforth Geo. O. house and sign painter 450 
Davis <fc Hates, grain &c. ... 7 

Davis S. A. livery stable ... 36 

Davlin James F. & Co. plumbers . . 43-5 
Denyven & Couch, furniture mannfs. . 450 
Derby, Taveuer &Norris, school furniture, 

last leaves. 12 
Drake Bros, carpenters . . . . 43j 
Draper F. & Co. britauuia ware . . 7 
Estes I. P. hardware 

marginal lines, general directory 

First National Bank 366 

Fisher Georg§, publisher, Cambridge 

Chronicle 444 

Flinn Edmund, painter 
Fox R. L. B. harness maker . . . 448 
Frazier Alien, furniture .... 447 
French Geo. E. periodicals . title page 
Fuller James H. stoves, furnaces &c. opp. 43 
Fulton, Long & Co. furniture dealers 3-yi 

Gale Geo. XV. lumber . . back cover 

Griffin Geo. H. stoves, &c. ... 31 

Hawkes Levi & Co. plumbers ... 440 
Henderson James A. carriage maker opp. 19 
Biggins & Whitney, stoves, furnaces 

&c front col. 

Horgan John J. marble. 

marginal Hues gen. directory 
Houghton H. O. & Co. Riverside 

Pi ess back col. 



Hunnewell C. H.real estate . . .442 
Hurd A. D. wheelwright .... 446 
Ivers F. carriage builder .... 

marginal lines gen. directorv 
Jennings J. H. veterinary surgeon . 44*5 

Jewett A. N. painter 443 

Jones Mark A. apothecary . . . 4.^4 
Kendall Joshua, private school. . . 29 
Kendall A Roberts, iron foundry . . 1 
Kennedy F. A. cracker baker . back cover 
King Benjamin A Co. real estate back cover 
Knowles B. F. fish and oysters back cover 
Lechmere National Bank . . . sk7 

LeFrancis Peter, cigar ntanuf. . . 440 

r.enfest Solomon, printer ... 7 

Locke F. prop. Porter's Hotel . opp. 42 

l.ockhart Wm. L. undertaker ... 442 
Lull Frederic A. circulating-library 

back cover and title page 
Macaulay J. apothecary . . back of 41 



Maillaud James, blacksmith . . . 450 

Karsden James, grocer .... 4 

Martain Geo. E. photographer. . . 44L 

Maynard Eben XV. hatter ... 441 

Maynard & Potter, coal and wood . . 13 

McCormic 8. J. saloon .... 9 

McEllroy Wm. confectionery . . 445 

Mcintosh Geo. blacksmith ... 6 

Moor J. C. grocer 433 

Moore Chas. «fe Co. hardware, stoves &c. 

front col. 

Moran T. S. & Co. furniture . . . '440 

Munroe Wm. A., Russia salve . . . 4o5 

Musbet J. A. confectioner . . . 440 

Nash Geo. sewing machines ... 12 
Noyes & Jenkins, lightning rods 10 and 11 
Osborn D. A Co. planing mill . front col. 

Parsons II. K. stable 9 

Penniman Thomas J. carriage painter - 44-5 
Porter's Hotel, F. Locke, prop. . opp. 42 
Pratt Charles O. 4 Co. stoves, furnaces 

&c 443 

Ramsay A. H. apothecary . . . 444 

Kawson & Hittinger. iron foundry . l 

Kichardson \V. T. coal and wood . . 434 

Rose J. \V. locksmith .... 441 



Rowe Reuben B. express .... 

Sanborn A. C. & Co. granite dealers 

Savage John jr. cashier, Lechmere Na- 
tional Bank ..... 

Sawlo M. M. express 

Sawyer C. A. painter .... 

Sawyer J. S. roofing and ins. front cover 

Scranton H. A. »fc O. sawing and turning 

opp. 42 

Sever Charles W. bookseller and pub- 
lisher front cover 

Shaw J. B. & Co. coal and wood . . 8 

Smith J. A. sec Cambridge Mutual Fire 
Ins Co. 

Smith Thomas, blacksmith 

Snow Eben. cashier, Charles River Na- 
tional Bank 

Squire John P. & Co. provisions . 

last leaves, 12 



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440 
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GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 22 School Street, 

Boston. 



GEO. W. WARE & CO., Furniture and Upholstery Goods, 
157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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Slarbuck James C. stoves, furnaces &c, 
Stewart H. L. painter , 

Stone Win, A. apothecary 

Sullivan T. express 

Talbot J. H. physician . 
Taylor Simeon, stoves &c. 
Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co. painters 
Thurston, Hall & Co. cracker bakers 



Page 

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6 

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26 

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Verity J. groceries 
AVaitt F. C. express 



14 

6 

. 445 
AValker Samuel, merchant tailor . . 5 
"Webb Wru. W. carriages . . front col. 

"Webber J. H. architect 2 

Wellington Bros, coal dealers . . 436 

Wellington C. W. architect and builder 448 



Page 
Weston Wni.H. druggist . . . . 445 
White Edward Y. dentist . opp.p. 35 

Whitney 15. W. lawyer .... 12 
Whitney & Worcesters, furniture &c. 

inside back cover 
Wilder C. D. boots and shoes . 

marginal lines gen. directory 
Wood Alfred, grocer .... 13 

Woodbury & Co. planing and moulding 

front col . 
Wright Geo. G. flour, grain &c. back of 41 
Wyeth B. P. gents' furnishing . . 12 

Wyeth James H. grocer . ... 24 
Wyman Wru. coal dealer ... 2 



8. A.. DA_^IS, 




Hack, Livery, Boarding, and Sale 

STABLE. 

No. 91 Bridge Street, junc. Cambridge, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Carriages furnished for Weddings, Parties, And Funerals at short notice. 
BELLE OF CAMBRIDGE, 

The Party Wagon, for Private and Public Parties, &c, to let, day or 
night, on reasonable terms. 

A share of public patronage solicited. 

J. H. TALBOT, M.D. 

Henderson* s Block, Worth Avenue, 
CAMBRIDGE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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CORNER OF CHERRY STREET, 



C. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate 

Agent, 34 School St., Boston. Mortgages negotiated. 

INDEX TO BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page 
Amniidon & Co. paper hangers, 

last colored leaves 
Badger B. F. razor straps 

marginal lines business directory 
Barnard J. Howard, printer and stationer 

on map 
Barney J. E. & Co. ventilators last leaves, 1 
Bean N. J. & Co. clothing front col. page 

Berkshire Life Ins. Co. . . front cover 
Black J. W. photographer . last leaves, 2 
Blanchard H. T. photographer, on map 

Braman, Shaw & Co. furniture, last leaves p. 9 
Brainhall Otis, iron railings . . opp. 39 
Bricher & Couant, wood engravers . 23 
Bright William E. & Capeu, carpetings, 

front cover 
Brine George R. & Co. tailors, . 

back cover and map 

Brown C. Warren, real estate, marginal lines 

business directory, and city record 

Brown Geo. B. & Co. stationers . opp. 34 

Brown W. F. & Co. 60 Bromfield . 

col. leaf, opp. 373 
Buckley, Bancroft & Boyden, furniture, 

&c opp. p. 51 

Buckley W. H. sewing machines . . 16 
Burditt & Williams, hardware, 

marg. lines gen. directory 
Campbell & Foran, tailors . . on map 
Carl & Modlich, fresco painters 

last leaves p. 14 
Carnes Geo. W. & Co. boys' clothing . 

marginal lines, gen. dirct. 
Chase N. E. & Co. stoves etc. last leaves p. 18 
Chilson Gardner, furnaces etc. front col. pps. 
Choate Henry A. druggist . opp. p. 40 
Chuhbuck Levi, furnaces etc. front col. p. 

Clapp David & Son, prluters, last /eaves p. 15 
Clapp Otis, books . . last leaves p. 13 
Clifford P. S. perfumer . last leaves, 28 

Coffin Galen, pattern maker . . on map 
Colton Dental Association, Parker & 

Jones on map 

Connolly & Power, boots, shoes etc. 

back colored and last leaves, 6 
Cook J. M. stained and cut glass, last leaves, 1 
Cooke Cyrus G. & Bro. pocket books . 

col. leaf opp. 34 
Crawford J. S., St. James laundry, opp. p 19 
Cromack J. B. & Co. . last leaves page 21 
Crosby, Morse & Foss, jewellers, . opp. 36 
Cutter & Parker, doors, blinds etc. . . 16 
Dean & Co. envelopes . last leaves, 6 

Dearborn N. S. stationery . . opp. p. 18 
Derby, Tavener & Norris, school furni- 
ture .... last leaves p. 12 
Dill Joseph * Co. fancy flooring, last leaves, 3 
Dillingham J. R. dentist last leaves p. 25 
Dudley D. & Co. directory publishers, 

last leaves, 8 
Dugan Thomas, florist last leaves page 10 
Eaton Brothers, paper hangings, . on map 
Erickson A. 38 North Market . last leaves, 3 
Fay & Co. mattresses etc. last leaves p. 24 
Fearing J. H. & Co. gen. agency, last leaves, 25 
Fera George, Confectioner last leaves p. 10 
Fowle Chas. L. sponge goods back edge 

French J. real estate . . over calendar 
Frey Frederick, furrier . . opp. p. 19 

Gale Wm. T. & Co. watches . . opp. 213 
Gay Aaron R. & Co. stationers etc. 

last leaves, 27 
Godfrey &|Holmes, roofing, col. leaf opp. 34 



Page 
Goldthwait, Snow & Knight, carpetings 

inside front cover 
Gore D. & H. pavers . . . opp. p. 18 

Could J. Jay, picture frames . . opp. 34 
Granite Roofing Co. . . col. leaf opp. 34 
Greenfeaf G. A Co wire workers, last leaves, 5 
Gregory & Robinson, paper hangings 

last colored page 
Hamblin James B. watch-maker last leaves 17 
Handcock Z. & Co. fresco painters . 

last leaves, 8 
Harrington John & Co. hosiery back cover 
Haskell & Allen, print publishers . 

last leaves p. 18 
Hastings A. W. & Co. doors, sashes, etc. 

on map 
Hawthorne & Loudon, plumbers, last leaves, 4 
Hayes C. rubber goods . col. leaf opp. 6b 
Heuess Theophilus, school of modern 

languages . . . follows p, 41 

Hennessey James, wire worker 

last leaves, 16 
Hill Benjamin, show cases, last leaves, 25 

Hill Wm. C. piano-fortes . . .on map 
Hodgdon C. W . dentist . last leaves, 22 
Holiings R. & Co. gas fixtures . . opp.38 
Horan G. tailor, . . . last leaves, 13 
Howe I. A. shirt manufacturer, last leaves, 19 
Jackson & Co. hatters and furriers 

marginal lines, gen. dir. 
James George B. & Co. lumber 

title page, front cover, and marginal lines, 
over streets, courts, avenues <$c. 
Johnson T. M. millinery, front colored page 
Johnston Thus. H. teas, dec. col. leaf opp. 34 
Kenison P. chiropodist . . last leaves, 2 
Kinsley, Eddy & Hastings, ins. agents 

opp. streets, etc. 
Lambert Bros, glass . . . front col. p. 
Leavitt 11. H. hats, caps, turs etc. . . *> 
Lincoln & Hopkinson, wooden ware . 20 
Littell & Gay, publishers . last leaves, 7 
Loomis G . H. photographer last leaves, 15 
Lovejoy Wm. S. dining rooms last leaves, 26 
Lowell & Bate, plumbers, last leaves, 21 

Alacomber I. cleansing . . . opp. 37 
Magee John A. painter . last leaves, 16 
Marshall Augustus, photographer . 

. _ last leaves, 4 

Martin James & Son, tents, awnings 

etc. . • • .. • • . . opp. 212 
McClearn M. analytical physician 

last leaves, 28 
McNutt J. J. Novelty Wood Works, 

col. leaves opp. 37 
Meyer Charles E. & Co. mouldings 

last leaves, 10 
Morrill AWinslow, printing ink, back coPd 
Naylor Robert P. real estate, front cover 
Needhain Christopher, fresco painter 18 

Newman <fc l'erriu, ins. agents, front cover 
North, Meriaiu & Co. provisions, last leaves, 1 
Parker «fc Gannett, seed store, last leaves, 20 
Parker John S. hats, etc. ... 30 

Parker & Jones, dentists . . .on map 
Partridge Horace & Co. jewelry . op p. 360 
Pear & Bro., silversmiths, last leaves, 15 

Peck Frank E. artist tailor, . 

marginal lines, gen. directory 
Perry George P. real estate 

marginal lines, business directory 
Perry H. A. painter . . .334 



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GEOKGJE W. WARE & CO., Hair Mattresses 

and Pillows, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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Page 
Pierce J. G. clothes cleansing, last leaves, 24 
Pope John & Son, stencils, last leaves, 17 

Pratt R. "VV. <fc Co. machinery . 

last leaves 27 
Pratt W. "W. & Co. weather strips . 

last leaves, 23 
Rand & Blake, mouldings, last leaves, 11 

Read James J. saddlery .... 

back cover and opp. 25 
Read J. Stacey, real estate agent . 

last leaves, 18 
Rice George E. birds and fowls, last leaves, 16 
Ritz «& Hemtz, photographers . on map 
Sargent George B. & Co. hand stamps 

last leaves, 2 
Sawyer & Lane, dentists . last leaves, 26 
Shedd & Sawyer, civil engineers 

last leaves, 12 
Simmons B. carpet cleaner, last leaves, 14 
Snow & Haseltine, children's carriages 

last leaves, 11 
Spear E. D. physician . last leaves, 19 
Sprague B. photographer, last leaves, 24 

Squire J. P. & Go. provision dealers 

last leaves, 12 
St. James laundry ... ODp. p, 19 
Strong \V. C. & Co. nursery and green- 
house opp. 34 

The Boston Document Envelope Co. 

last leaves, 6 



Page 
Traiser Henry, smokers' articles . 

last leaves, 18 
Union Carpet Cleaning Co. last leaves, 14 
Union Mutual Life Ins. Co. . back edge 
Vincent. Hathaway & Co. soda water 

manufacturers . . . back cover 
Waldo J. Adan, drain pipe . back cover 
Walther George J. laces etc. front col. page 
Ward Samuel & Co. stationers back col. 

Ware George W. & Co. furniture . 

marginal lines, gen. and bus. directory 
Warren & Dwyer, sawing etc. last leaves, 8 
Wairen George K. photographer . 

marginal lines, gen. dir. and front cover 
Warren Ralph, millinery goods, last leaves, 13 
Washburn Wm. jr. »fc Co. mouldings etc. 

col. leaves opp. 36 
Wellington C. W. architect and builder 448 
White H. G. physician* .... 15 
Whitman E. F. oculist . . last leaves, 4 
Wilder & llolway, real estate agents 

last leaves, 13 
Willett , Drake & Co. desk manufs. 

last leaves, 23 
Williams C. jr. telegraph instruments 

map and title p. 
Wilmot H. B. clothing . . . opp. 24 
Winuett J. & Co. real estate front col. p. 



DAY AND FAMILY SCHOOL, 

TO PIT BOYS FOR BUSINESS, COLLEGE, OR 
SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. 



Ten Boys are taken into the family of the Principal. 
For Circulars, address 

JOSHUA KENDALL, Principal. 
School, 13 Appian Way . . House, 123 Inman Street. 



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Designers, Draughtsmen, 

AND 

Engravers on Wood. 

No. 19 Tremont Row, Boston, 

Henry W. Bricher. James S. Conant. 



GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber Dealers, East 
Cambridge (see adv. outside cover.) 



WAED BOUNDARIES., 



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Ward No.l.— Beginning at the boundary line between Cambridge and West 
Cambridge, on Concord avenue; thence by the centre of Concord avenue to a 
street next northwesterly of the estate of E. S. Dixwell; thence by the centre of 
said street to Garden street; thence by the centre of Garden street to Shepard 
street; thence by the centre of Shepard street to North avenue; thence by the cen- 
tre of North avenue to Sacramento street; thence by the centre of Sacramento 
street to the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville; thence by said 
boundary line to a point which would be struck by the central line of Dana street, 
if extended northerly to said boundary line; thence by a line to Dana street, and 
by the centre of Dana street to Main street; thence by the centre of Main street to 
Mount Auburn street; thence by the centre of Mount Auburn street to Putnam 
street; thence by the centre of Putnam street to Western avenue; thence by the 
centre of Western avenue to the boundary line between Cambridge and .Brighton ; 
thence by sal J boundary line to the boundary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town; thence by the last mentioned boundary line to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and West Cambridge; thence by the last mentioned boundary line to 
the point begun at. 

Ward No. 2.— Beginning at the boundary line between Cambridge and Somer- 
ville, at a point which would be struck by the central line of Dana street, if extend- 
ed northerly to said boundary line; thence by a line to Dana street, and by the 
centre of Dana street to Main street; thence through the centre of Main street to 
Norfolk street; thence by the centre of Norfolk street to Washington street; 
thence by the centre of Washington street to the junction of Washington and Main 
streets; thence by a line at a right angle southerly to the water; thence by the 
water to the mouth of Broad canal ; thence by the centre of Broad Canal to North 
canal; thence by the centre of North canal, and northerly, in a line continued there- 
from, to the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville; thence by said 
boundary line to the point begun at. 

Ward No. 3.— Beginning at the mouth of Broad canal; thence by the centre of 
Broad canal to North canal; thence by the centre of North canal, and northerly, 
in a line continued therefrom, to the boundary lhie between Cambridge and Somer- 
ville; thence by said boundary line to the waters of Charles Kiver; thence by the 
water to the point begun at. 

Ward No. 4.— Beginning at the boundary line between Cambridge and Brighton, 
on Western avenue; thence through the centre of Western avenue to Putnam 
street; thence through the centre of Putnam street to Mount Auburn street; thence 
through the centre of Mount Auburn street to Main street; thence through the 
centre of Main street to Norfolk street; thence through the centre of Norfolk street 
to Washington street; thence through the centre of Washington street to the 
Junction of Washington and Main streets; thence by a line at a right angle south- 
erly to the water; thence by the water to the point begun at. 

■■ -Wapd No. 5.— Beginning at the boundary line between Cambridge and West 
Cambridge, on Concord avenue; thence by the centre of Concord avenue to a 
street next northwesterly of the estate of E. S. Dixwell; thence by the centre of 
said street to Garden street; thence by the centre of Garden street to Shepard; 
thence by the centre of Shepard street to North avenue; thence by the centre of 
North avenue to Sacramento street; thence by the centre of Sacramento street to 
the boundary line between Cambridge and Somerville; thence by said boundary 
line to the boundary line between Cambridge and West Cambridge; thence by 
the said last mentioned boundary line to the point begun at. < 



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FINE ART STORE. 




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Mo. 13 HAHOVER STREET, 

NEAR COURT STREET, 



GEO. B. JAMES & CO. Lumber Dealers. East 
Cambridge (see adv. outside cover.) 



STREETS, AVENUES, COURTS, ETC. 



Albro, fr. Western Avenue to-Blackstone 
Allen, fr. 178 North Avenue to 8 Orchard 
Allstou, from 114 Magazine to Waverley, 

east to Fort Washington 
Amory, from S29 Broadway to 190 Hamp- 
shire 
Amory Place, from 11 Amory street, west 
Antrim, from 353 Broadway to Atwood's 

Corner, 532 Cambridge 
Appian Way, fr. 63 Brattle to 3 Garden 
Appleton, fr. 155 Brattle to Vassal lane 
Arlington, fr. 131 North Avenue to Wash- 
ington Avenue 
Arrow, from 866 Main to Bow 
Ash, fr. 84 Brattle to 151 Mount Auburn 
Ash Street Court, fr. 13 Ash Street, east 
Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south 
Auburn, from 20 Western Ave. to Svduev 
Aub.irn Court, from 62 Auburn "to 23 

Watson 
Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman 
Austin Place, from 86 Austin, south 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Linnaean 
Avon Hill Street, continuation of Avon 
Baldwin, fr. 661 Cambridge, to 78 lvirk- 

land 
Baldwin Court, from 26 Baldwin, east 
Baldwin Place, from 35 Baldwin street, 

west 
Banks, fr. 10 Mount Auburn to Western 

Avenue 
Bath, from 158 Mount Auburn, south 
Bay, from 770 Main to 288 Kinnard 
Beacon Street (Somerville), Irom Hamp- . 

shire, west 
Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwait, south 
Beech, from 188 North Avenue, to Elm, 

in Somerville 
Bennet, from Murray, west 
Bent, from Court to Ninth 
Berkeley, fr. 9 Phillips Place to 4Craigie 
Berkshire, from Bristol, north 
Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard 
Biuney, from Court to Ninth 
Blackstone, from 129 River to Western 

Avenue 
Blair Place, from 72 Bolton Street 
Blanch, from 16 Front, south 
Boardman, fr. 183 Harvard to 256 Broad- 
way 
Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east 
Bond, fr. 43 Concord Avenue to 58 Garden 
Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mount Auburn 
Bowdoin, from 1 Harrison Court to 22 

Linnaean 
Brattle, from 9 Harvard Square to Mt. 

Auburn 
Brattle Square, fr. 34 Brattle Street to 99 1 

Mt. Auburn, at Fresh Pond Lane 
Brewer) Street, from 166 Broadway to 27 

Washington 
Bridge, from Craigie's Bridge to Somer- 
ville 
Brighton, fr. 9 Harvard Sq. to Brighton 

line 
Brighton Bridges, from River Street and 
from Brighton Street, Western Avenue 
to Brighton 



Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland 
Broadway, fr. 99 Main, Ward 2, to Cam- 
bridge 
Brookline, from 520 Main to the river 
Brookline Bridge, from Brookline Street 

to Brookline 
Brooks, from 73 Pearl to 66 Magazine 
Brooks Court, fr. 37 School to 12 Myrtle 

Place 
Buckingham, fr. 25 Craigie to 58 Concord 

Avenue 
Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to SKirkland 
Cambridge Great Bridge, from Brighton 

Street to Brighton 
Carver, from 7U Sacramento to Jarvis 
Cedar, fr. 939 North Avenue to 57 Spruce 
Centre, from 21 Hancock to 8 Dana 
Chauning, fr. 108 Brattle to Mt. Auburn 
Chapman Place.fr. 13 Gerry to 14 Howard 
Charles, from 121 Third, west 
Charles Court, from 37 Charles, north 
Charles River, from 52 Mount Auburn to 

11 Dyke Street 
Chatham, from 51 Hancock to 36 Dana 
Chauucy, from 21 North Avenue to 15 

Concord Avenue 
Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard 
Chester, from 260 North Avenue to Som- 
erviile [Ward 4 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Sydnev, 
Chestnut, Irom 406 Harvaid, to 33" Bow, 
Ward 1 
33 Bow 
Chestnut Place, from 38 Essex, east 
Church, fr. 29 Harvard Sq. to 45 Brattle 
Clark, fr. 387 Main to 20 Webster Avenue 
(lark's Court, from 24 Cherry, east 
Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey 
Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey 
Clinton, from 707 Main to 2!M.) Harvard 
Coggswell Avenue, fr. 287 North Avenue 

to Fitchburg K. K. 
Columbia, from 473 Main toMiller's Riv- 
er, Somerville 
Concord Avenue, from 3 Waterhouse to 

Belmont 
Condon's Court, from 152 Court, east 
Coolidge Avenue, from Mount Auburn 

to Arsenal st. Watertown 
Cottage, from 45 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, 

Ward 4 
Cottage, from Milk to Elm, in Somer- 
ville, WardS 
Cottage Court, from 8 Cottage, south 
Court, or Third, fr. 27 Main, L. P. to 

Charles, E. C. 
Cowperthwait, from 25 Banks to DeWolf 
Craigie, from ^8 Concord Aveuue to 141 

Brattle 
Craieie's Bridge, from Bridge East Cam- 
bridge to Boston 
Crane, from 17 Banks to 24 DeWolf 
Crescent, fr. 104 Oxford to 61 Sacramento 
Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol 
Dana, from 7IAS Main to 634 Cambridge 
Dana Court, Ir. 21 Western Avenue north 
Dana Square, Magazine, from Brooks to 
Lake and Niagara 



GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber Dealers, East 
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Daniels' Court, from 17 Hilliard, west 
Davenport, from Elm (Somerville), south 
Davis, from 125 H arvard to 42 Hampshire 
Day, from 274 North Avenue to Somer- 

ville 
Day Avenue, from 8 Blackstone, west 
Deacon, from 12 Dock Street to Pioneer, 

L.P. 
DeWolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to 41 

Cowperthwalt 
DeWolf Court, from 11 DeWolf, west 
Dickiuson, fr. 16 Davis to 236 Broadway 
Dinsmore Court, from 33 Willard, west 
Di6tillhouse Street, from 365 Cambridge 

to Somerville 
Divinity Avenue, fr. 27 Klrkland, north 
Dock, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main 
Donnell, from 99 Concord Avenue to 140 

Garden 
Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin 
Dover, from 286 North Avenue to Somer- 
ville ; 
Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce 
Duneter. from 1 Harvard Square to Col- 
lege wharf 
Dwight, fr. Walden to Raymond 
Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke 
East, from 113 Bridge, north 
East Perry, from 81 Brookline to 66 Pearl 
East Perry Court, from 10 East Perry, 

south 
Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 14 Pine 
Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south 
Eliot, fr. 104 Mt. Auburn to 63 Brighton 
Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge 
Ellsworth Avenue, from 403 Broadway 

to 612 Cambridge 
Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville, 

Ward 4 
Elm, from Cottage to Russell, Ward 5 
Elmwood Avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mt. 

Auburn 
Emmet, from Garden to Raymond 
Ericsson Court, troni 91 Green, north 
Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine 
Essex, from 591 Main to 238 Harvard 
Essex Court, from 51 Essex 
Eustis Court, from 110 Oxford, east 
Everett, from 42 North Avenue east to 45 

Oxford 
Everett Place, from 154 Mount Auburn 

south to Gas Works 
Fayerweather, from 181 Brattle Street, 

north to Vassal Lane 
Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 

Cambridge 
Felton, from 471 Broadway to 732 Cam- 
bridge 
Fifth, from 68 Winter to 75 Charles 
First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndyke 
Flagg, from 31 Putnam to DeWolf 
Follen, from 9 Concord Avenue to 13 

Waterhouse 
Forest, from 120 North Avenue to Som- 
erville 
Fort Putnam, junct. of Fourth and Otis 
Fort Washington, Washington Square, 
from Waverley, foot of Allston, to 
G. J«R. K. 

Fort , east of Cambridge Cemetery 

Fort , Franklin, near Putnam 

Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell 
Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles 
Franklin, from 29 Sydney to 22 Putnam 
Franklin Alley, from 47 Cambridge to 

Gore 
Fremont, from 95 Pleasant to 100 River 
Fresh Pond Lane, from 253 Brattle to 

Fresh Pond Hotel 
Frisbie Place, from 23 Kirkland, north 
Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village 
Front Street Court, from 14 Front, south 
Frost, from 12 Roselami^) Harris 



Garden, from North Avenue, at the Col- 
leges, to Walden 
Garden Court, from Garden, nr. Dublin, 

cast 
Gardner, fr. 31 Tremont to 110 Prospect 
Gardner Court, from 128 Mount Auburn, 

south 
Gerry, from 138 Mount Auburn, 60Uth 
Gilpin, from 357 Main to 76 Washington 
Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville 
Green, from 9 Brookline to 13 Sydney, 
and from 9 Pearl to 14 Hancock, south 
and from 10 Bay to 9 Putnam 
Groveland. fr. 20 Spruce, south to Fitch- 
burg R. R. 
Hamilton, fr. 98 Magazine to Waverley 
Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver 
Hampshire, from 179 Broadway, L. P. to 

Somerville 
Hancock, hom 745 Main to 386 Broadway 
Hancock, south, from 746 Main, to_195 

Franklin ' 

Harris, from 22 Frost to Beacon, Somer- 
ville 
Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washinton 
Harrison Avenue, from 77 Pleasant to 78 

River 
Harrison Court, fr. 69 North Avenue to 

Wright 
Harvard, fr. 201 Main, L. P. to 1 Harvard 

Square 
Harvard Square, junction of 472 Harvard 

and Brattle 
Harvey, from 9 Cedar, west 
Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore 
Hastings Square, Brookline, between 

Chestnut and Henry 
Haymarket Square, Main, junct. Western 
Avenue, River and Magazine street*- 
Henry, from Waverley to 158 Pearl 
Highland, from Appleton to Reservoir 

Street 
Highland Avenue, from 393 Broadway to 

588 Cambridge 
Hilliard, fr. 62 Brattle to 133 Mt. Auburn 
Hollis, fr. 285 North Avenue to 37 Spruce 
Holly, from 361 Main to 34 School 
Holly Place, from 15 Holly Street, west 
Holmes Place, from 2 North Avenue to 

Kirkland + 

Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Duke st. 
Holyoke Place, from 64 Mount Auburn to 

34 Holyoke 
Houghton, from Prospect to Somerville 
Howard, fr. 71 River to Kinnard, Ward 4 
Howard.fr. 146 Mt. Auburn, south, Ward 1 
Hubbard, fr. Walden to Raymond 
Hunting, fr.329 Cambridge to Somerville 
In in an, fr. 677 Main to 214 Hampshire 
Inman Place, fr. 57 luman to 352 Broad- 
way 
Irving, fr. 456 Broadwav to 52 Kirkland 
Irving Place, fr. 124 Brattle to 13 Foster 
Jackson, from 105 Spruce to 52 Harvey 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason 
Jarvis, fr. 24 North Avenue to 31 Oxford 
Jay, from 51 River to Kinnard 
Jefferson, from 23 Warren to 22 Rideout 
Jennings Court, fr. 2 Front Street, south 
Jones Alley, fr. 350 Broadway to 13 West 
Kent, fr. 119 River to Western Avenue 
Kinnard, from 45 River to 30 Putnam 
Kirkland, fr. North Avenue, nr. common 

to Somerville 
Kirkland Place, fr. 35 Kirkland, north 
Lake, from 83 Pearl to 76 Magazine 
Lake View Avenue, from 1S9 Brattle to 

Vassal Lane 
Lambert, fr. 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge 
Lambert Avenue, fr. 145 North Avenue, 

west 
Langdon, from 49 North Avenue to 11 
Chauncy *» ■— 



GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber Dealers, East 
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Lechmere Place, from 4S North, west to 

Boston and Lowell Railroad 
Lee. from 721 Main to 372 Broadway 
Leighton Court, from 26 East, west 
Lilac Court, from Portland, west, near 

Hampshire 
Lincoln, fir. 129 Windsor to 90 Elm 
Lincoln Court, fr. 7 Lincoln, north 
Lincoln Place, fr. 26 Essex, east 
Linden, fr.424 Harvard to (il Mt. Auburn 
Line, fr. 55°> Cambridge to 90 Kirkland 
Linna-an, from 111 North Avenue to 69 

Garden 
Livermore or Union, fr. 37 Market to S 

Lincoln 
Lopez, from 65 Broolcline to 52 Pearl 
Loughrey Court, from Pioneer, west 
Lowell, fr. 156 Brattle to 269 Mt. Auburn 
Lowland Avenue, from 40 Spring, south 
Madison, from 6a Concord Avenue to 90 

Garden 
Magazine, fr. 610 Main to Captain's Island 
Magazine Court, fr. 117 Magazine Street 

to 12 Walnut Court 
Main, from West Boston Bridge to 400 

Harvard 
Maple Avenue, fr. 381 Broadway to 564 

Cambridge 
Market from 207 Broadway to 34 Elm 
Mason, from 87 Brattle to 11 Garden 
McCabe, fr.277 Cambridge to 10 Jefferson 
Meacham, fr. 294 North Avenue to Som- 

erville 
Mellen, fr. 50 North Avenue to 55 Oxford 
Milk, from,Union Square, LM North Ave- 
nue, to Somerville line 
Mill Street, fr. 21 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke 
Munroe, from Court, west to Sixth 
Mu n roe Alley, from 130 Court to East, 

Ward 3 
Montgomery, fr. 79 Spruce to 28 Harvey 
Moore, fr. 77 Washington to 212 Broad- 
way 
Mt. Auburn, fr. 842 Main to 252 Brattle 
Mt. Auburn Place, from 132 Mt. Auburn, 

south 
Mt. Vernon, fr. 139 North Avenue 
Murdock, fr. 164 Hampshire to 9 Gardner 
Murdock Court, fr. 80 Putnam to West- 
ern Avenue 
Murdock Place, from 245 Mt. Auburn 
Murray, from Brighton, west 
Myrtle Place, from 31 Gilpin, between 

Washington and School 
Niagara, from 16 Brooks to 17 Lane 
Ninth, fr. 233 Cambridge to Potter 
Norfolk, fr. 54!) Main to Somerville 
Norris from 319 North Avenue 
North, from 13 Water to 16 East 
North Avenue, from Harvard Square to 

Arlington iine 
Norton, fr. 25 Bowdoin to 10 Avon 
Norton Court, fr. 12 Norton 
Oak, fr. 509 Cambridge to Somerville 
Orchard, fr. 9 Davenport to Somerville 
Osboru. fr. 368 Main, south to the marsh 
Otis, fr. First to Eighth 
Otis Place, fr. 134 Mt. Auburn 
Otter, from 24 Cowperthwait, south 
Owen Place, fr. 13 Eliot, west 
Oxford, fr. 13 Kirkland to Somerville 
Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church 
Park, fr. 81 Magazine to SO Pleasant 
Pearl, fr. 568 Main to the Charles River 
Perry, trom 61 Pearl to 54 Magazine 
Phillips Place, fr. 'J Mason to 18 Garden 
Pine. fr. 87 School to WO Harvard 
Pioneer fr. 52 Broadway to Deacon, L. P. 
Pioneer Place, fr. Dock Street to Broad- 
way 
Pleasant, fr, 672 Main to Willow 
Plymouth,fr.91 Hampshire to If* Portland 
Porter, fr. 126 Pleasant to Walnut Court 
Ward 4 



Porter, from 37 Warren to 33 Rideout, 

Ward 2 
Portland, fr. 31 Hampshire to Cambridge 
Potter, fr. Third or Court to G. J. R. R. 
Prescott, fr. 391 Harvard to 472 Broadway 
Preston, fr 78 Kirkland to Cambridge 
Prince, fr 99 Magazine to 112 Pleasant 
Prison Point Bridge, from Bridge Street 

north to Charlestown 
Prospect, fr. 617 Main to Somerville 
Putnam, fr. 1 Mt. Auburu to Western 

Avenue 
Putnam Place, fr. 66 Putnam to Western 

Avenue 
Quincy, fr. 900 Main to 28 Kirkland 
Railroad Street, fr. 150 Dublin to Sargent 
Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg 

11. R. 
Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey 
Reed's Lane, fr. Broadway to West 
Remington, fr. 857 Main to 380 Harvard 
Reservoir Street, fr. 10 Fayerweather to 

Vassal Lane 
Rice, fr. 297 North Avenue to 60 Cedar . 
Rice Place, fr. 261 Mt. Auburn 
Rideout, fr. 321 Cambridge, nr. E. C. to 

Somerville 
River, fr. 620 Main to Brighton line 
Rockwell, fr. 85 Pleasant to 86 River 
Rogers, fr. Court to Ninth 
Rollins Court, fr. 8 Walden, south 
Roseland, fr. 138 North Avenue to Somer- 
ville 
Russell, fr. 240 North Ave. to Somerville 
Sacramento from 70 North ave. to Som- 
erville [land 
Summer, from 735 Cambridge, to 38 Kirk- 
Sartrent, fr. 67 Spruce to Railroad Street 
School, fr. 331 Main to 23 Austin 
School Court, fr. 53 Brattle 
Second, fr. 24 Gore to 28 Spring 
Second Street Court, fr. 64 Second 
Seventh, from 204 Cambridge, south 
Seventh street Court, north fr. 205 Cam- 
bridge 
Shepard, fr. 63 North Avenue to 47 Garden 
Short, 145 Bridge to 42 North, Ward 3 
Short, from 91 Magazine to 98 Pleasant, 

Ward 4 
Sibley Court, fr. 19 Sparks, west between 

Foster and Mt. Auburn 
Sixth, from 144 Gore to 83 Vine 
Soden, from 29 Western Avenue to 150 

Franklin 
Somerset, from 125 Pleasant to the creek 
Somerset Place, fr. 114 Magazine to 120 

Magazine 
South fr. 41 Holyoke to 64 Brighton 
Sparks, fr. 237 Mt. Auburn to 80 Concord 
Avenue [nue to Sparks 

Sparks Street Court, fr.70 Concord Ave- 
Spring, south of 28 South Second to Eighth 
Spruce, from 257 North Aveuue to the 

meadows 
Squire's Court, tr. 164 Gore, south 
State, fr. 13 Front to Osborn 
Steven's Court, fr. 11 Fourth, west 
Stinson's Court, from 8 Porter 
Story, fr . 43 Brattle to 125 Mt. Auburn 
Suffolk, fr. 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk 
Summer, fr. 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirkland 
Sydney, fr. Henry to Hamilton, and fr. 

8 Front to Auburn 
Tannery, from 382 North Avenue to the 

Almshouse 
Temple, fr. 641 Main to 134 Austin 
Ten n y, fr. 39 Orchard to Elm in Somer- 
ville 
Third, from 209 Bridge, and Boston and 

Lowell Railroad to Charles 
Thorndike , fr. First to 33 Eighth 
Tremont, fr. 303 Broadway to Somerville 
Trowbridge, fr. 839 Main to 442 liroadway 
Tuttle, from 8 Douuell to 9 Wyeth 







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For the following reasons: It will not rust ; it will not crack at the joints ; it requires no 
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44 SCHOOL STREET, 

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Gent's Heavy Boots, 

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Ladies' Boots - 

Ladies' Shoes 

Misses' Overshoes, 

Boys' Boots, 

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Heavy Black Rubber Coats, 

Heavy White Rubber Coats, 

Ladies' Sandals, 

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a superior article of Reversible Macintosh Coats. 

Among the Specialties -we offer 

Gentlemen's and Ladies' Perforated Rubber Vests, for the Prevention and cure of Rheumatism. 

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40 

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40 

Also, 



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DENTIST, 

Hyde's Block, Room 7, 
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Dr. White gives special attention to operations upon 
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Constructed on the Improved methods, 
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GEO. B. JAMES & CO., Lumber Dealers, East 
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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



35 



Union or Livermore, fr. 37 Market to 8 

Lincoln 
Union Squ are, junction 160 North Avenue 

with Milk 
Valentine, fr. 95 Brookline to 80 Pearl 
Vassal Lane, from 85 Sparks to Concord 

Avenue, Fresli Pond 
Vernon, fr. 700 Main to 129 Green 
Village, fr. 18 State to 35 Front 
Vine, fr. 99 South Third, to 81 Sixth 
Walden, fr. 225 North Avenue to Vassal 

Lane 
Wallace, fr. 41 Garden to 38 Shepard 
Walnut, fr. Waverley to 150 Pleasant 
Walnut Avenue, fr. 23 Arlington 
Walnut Court, fr. 97 Walnut 
Ware, fr. 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway 
Warland, fr. 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant 
Warren, fr.263 Cambridge to Gore street 

Somerville 
Washington, fr. 275 Main to 32 Norfolk 
Washington Avenue, fr. Arlington 
Washington Court, fr. 40 Putnam, east 
Washington Square (see Fort Washing- 
ton) 
Water, fr. 185 Bridge to M iller 's Biver 
Watei house, fr. 17 Garden to 11 North 
. Avenue 



Watson, fr. 49 Bookline to 40 Pearl 
Waverley. fir. Henry to Hamilton ^ 

Webster, fr. 35 Magazine to 56 Pleasant 1 
Webster Avenue, from 49 Hampshire to 

Somerville 
Webster Place, fr. 50 Pleasant 
Wendell, fr. 58 North Avenue to Carver > 
West, from 53 Inman to Lee 
West Boston Bridge, fr. Cambridgeport 

to Boston 
Western Avenue, fr. 622 Main, Hay- 
market Square, to Brighton line 
Willard,fr. 114 Brattle to 185 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Place, fr. 17 Foster 
Willard Street Court, from 18 Willard 
Williams, fr. 37 Pearl to 26 River 
Willow, fr. Magazine to Pleasant 
Willow Place, fr. 345 Cambridge street to 

Somerville 
Windsor, fr. 4C3 Main to Somerville 
Winter, fr. 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth 
Winthrop, fr. 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot 
Winlhrop Square, corner 94 Mt. Auburn 

and Brighton 
Worcester, fr. 59 Columbia to 54 Norfolk 
Wright. fr.H Harrison Place to 8 Norton 
Wyeth, from 79 Concord Avenue, to 106 
Garden 



HALLS, BUILTCHGS, BLOCKS, ETC. 



Baldwin's Block, Main, near West Bos- 
ton Bridge 

Bank Building, Harvard Square 

Boyle's Block, from 34 Charles 

Brewer's Block, Brattle Square 

Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Broadway Block, Broadway, nr. Main 

Brooks' Buildings, Main, L. P. 

Buckley's Hall, Main, corner Norfolk 

Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery 

Cambridge City Hall, 666 Main 

College Buildings and Chapel, Harvard 
Square 

Co-operative House, Bow, near Mount 
Auburn 

Cuddy's Block, Columbia, corner Lincoln 

Dolton's Block, Harvard, corner Linden 

Douglass Block, Main 

Everett Hall, Hyde's Block, 603 Main 

Gault's Block, Pleasant, near Fremont 

Gore Hall, Harvard Square 

Hannum's Block, Broadwav. nr. G.J.R.R. 

Harvard, or Little's G. Block, Harvard 
Square 

Harvard Memorial Hall, junc. Kirkland, 
Cambridge and Quincy 

Harvard Gymnasium, junc. Broadway, 

, Quincy and Cambridge 

Henderson's Block, North Avenue, opp. 
Walden 

Hew's Block, Western Avenue, nr. Put- 
nam 

Hixon's Block, Pearl 

Hixon's New Block, 17 Magazine 

House of Correction, Thorndike, E. C. 

Hovey's Block, 402 Main 

Hyde's Block, Main, opp. Haymarket 
Square 

Institute Hall, 77 Cambridge 

Keruan's Block* Charles River I 



echmere Block, Bridge, junction Cam- 
bridge [Bridge 

Lechniere Building, Cambridge, junction 

Little's Block, same as Harvard Block 

Lyceum Building, Harvard Square, cor- 
ner Brattle 

Lyceum Hall, Lyceum Building, Harvard 
Sq uare, cor. Brattle 

Masonic Hall, 53 Cambridge 

Masonic Hall, Main, near Temple 

Melledge's Block, Main, corner Norfolk 

Moore's Block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles 
River 

Odd Fellow's Hall, 55 Cambridge, E. C. 

Osborn's Block, State 

Shea's Block, 151 to 155 Bridge 

S. of T. Hall, Lechmere Bank bldg. Cam- 
bridge street 

Shepherd's Block, Charles River 

State Arsenal, Chauncy, corner Concord 
Avenue 

Stone's Block. Blackstone 

Stratton's Block, Cambridge, near Fifth 

Symond's Block, DeWolf 

Union Hall, 631 Main W est, on Temple 

Viles' Block, Main, cor. Pioneer, L. P. 

Vining's Block, Main, nr. West Boston 
Bridge 

Warland Block, Harvard 

Washington Hall, Wood's Block, Main > 

Webster Hall, Main, corner Norfolk 

Welch's Block, North, opp. N. E. Glass 
Works 

Wheatland's Block, Cambridge, junction 
Bridge 

Whitne> 's Block, 465 Main 

Whitney's Building, Brattle Square, Old 
Cambridge 

Williams' Hall, Webster ave. nr. Main 

Wood's Block, Main 



WHARVES. 



Boynton's Wharf, East Cambridge 
Brooks' Wharf, Bridge, next Bay State 

Glass Co. [way. L. P. 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co.'s Wharf, Broad- 
College Wharf, foot of Dunster, Old 

Cambridge [Water 

Eagle Sugar Refinery Wharf, foot of 
Gale's G. W., Wharf, L. P. 
Gas Wharf, foot of Bath, Old Cambridge 
HalTs Wharf, end of Bridge street, E. • - 
Harrington's wharf, Main, L. P. 



Holmes & Ragg's Wharf, River, nr. Clrv 

Mills [Cambridge 

Hubbard's, foot of Charles River, Old 
Luke <fc Bent's Wharf. Main, L. P. 
N. E. Glass House Wharf, foot of North 
Sanborn's Wharf, Bridge street, East 

Cambridge 
Smith's Wharf, Mellen, L. P. 
Warren's Wharf, Bridge street, next to 

Cragie's Bridge Cragie's Bridge 

Wellington Brothers' Wharf, Bridge, nr. 

ymaa's Wuf.east end Craigie's Bridge 



GEO. W. WARE & CO., Furniture and 

Upholstery Goods, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 




OP 






PATEONS OUTSIDE OF CAMBRIDGE. 



Agents (Patent Novelties. > 

Fearing James H. & Co. 32 Washington 
(see advt. last leaves 25) 

Agricultural Warehouse and 
Seed Store. 

Parker & Gannett, 49 North Market and 
46 Merchants .Row (see advt. last 
leaves 20) 

Ale and Porter. 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co. 109 and 118 
Broad (see advt. back cover) 

Analytical Physician. 

McClearn M. 206 Tremont (see advt. 
last leaves, 28) 

Apothecary. 
Choate Henry A. under Revere House 
(see advt. opp. p. 40) 

Auctioneer. 
Brown C. Warren (see advt. marginal 
lines, bus. dir. and city record) 

Awnings. 

Erick6on A. 38 North Market (see advt* 

la6t leaves 3) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. p. 212) 

Bedding, Feathers, etc. 
Pay & Co. 80 Hanover and 14 Elm (see 
advt. last leaves 24) 

Birds and Fowls . 
Rice George £. 66 Eliot (see advt. last 



leaves 16) 



Blacksmith. 

Bramhall Otis, 117 and 119 Cambridge 
(see advt. opp. 39) 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Brown George B. & Co. 94 State (see adv 

opp. page 34) 
Cook« Cyrus G. & Brother, 13 Brom- 

fleld (see adv. col'd leaf, opp. p. 34) 
Gay Aaron It. & Co. 130 State (see advt. 

lust Icitvc'ij !£7} 
Ward Samuel ACo.8 8State (see advt 

back eolored page) 

Boat Sails. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. p. 212) i 

Bookseller. 
Clapp Otis (horn.), 3. Beacon (see advt 
last leaves 13) 

Boots, Shoes, etc. 
r<ranolly & Power, 10 School (see advt, 
ast leaves C) 



Brackets and Ornamental Work 
Manufacturers. 

McNutt J. J. Novelty Wood Works' 
Maiden, junc. Wareham (see advt 
col. leaves opp. p. 37) 

Willett, Drake & Co. 49 and 51 Ware- 
ham (see advt. last leaves 23) 

Bricks. 

Gore D. & H. 6 Traveller building (see 
advt. opp. p. 18) 

Brokers (Commercial.) 
Wilder & Holway, 3 Tx*emont row (see 
advt. last leaves 13) 

Brokers (Insurance.) 

Newman & Perrin, 146 Washington and 
16 Guild row (see advt. front cover) 

Brokers (Mortgage.) 

Newman A Perrin, 146 Washington and 
16 Guild row (see advt. front cover) 

Perry Geo. P. 22 School (see advt. mar- 
ginal lines business dir. and city gov- 
ernment) 

Read J . Stacey, 5 Pemberton sq. (see advt. 
last leaves 18) 

Wilder & Holway, 3 Tremont row (see 
advt. last leaves 13) 

Brokers (Real Estate.) 

Newman & Perrin, 146 Washington and 
16 Guild Row (see advt. front cover) 

Perry Geo. P. 22 School (see advt. mar- 
ginal lines business dir. and city gov- 
ernment) 

Bronze Goods and Clocks. 

Hollings R. & Co. 369 Washington (see 
advt. opp. p. 38) 

Builders. 

Partrioge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 
advt. opp. p. 360; 

Builders' Hardware. 

Burdltt & Williams, 20 Dock sq. (see 
adv. marginal lines, gen. dir.) 

Canvas Signs. 

Erlckson A. 38 North Market (see advt. 

last leave3 3) 
Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 212) 

Carpet Cleaning. 

Union Carpet Cleaning Co. B. Simmons, 
prop., Cambridge, cor. Charles (see 
advt. last leaves 14) 



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Have in store an unsurpassed assortment of 



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FOR 

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C. M. & F. are agents for the celebrated 

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Having purchased the right to attach this Regulator, they are 
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WEST BOSTON 




COR. OF CAUSEWAY AND MERRIMAC STS. 
BOSTON, MASS. 

Mouldings of all kinds 

used by Builders and Frame Makers. 

Stearns' Gutters and Conductors. 

Stair Bail and Eake Mouldings. 

Walnut, Ash, Chestnut, and Pine Sheathing, 

Hard Pine Floors. 

Kiln - Dried Walnut, Ash, Chestnut, 
Whitewood, Hard Pine and Pine 

LUMBER. 

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are promised. 

Before purchasing elsewhere, please call and examine the quality 
of our work and the Prices. 

Sole Agents for the "Austin & Boynton" 

Rope Moulding. 
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Office, 14:> Merr-imac Street, Boston, Mass. 








J. J. MCNUTT, 

Junction of Maiden arid Wareham Sts- 

BUILDER AND MANUFACTURER OF 

WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, 

Bank Counters and Desks, 

Sashes, Doors, Window Frames, Drawers, Packing Boxes, 
&c. Planing, Sawing, Turning, Fret Sawing, &c. 

ALSO, 

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ROPE, TWIST, AND SPIRAL MOULDINGS. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

Fitting up Banks, Banking-Houses, and Offices. 

ALL ORDERS ADDRESSED TO 

"J. J. McNUTT, Novelty Wood Works, Boston," 

Will be executed with promptness and despatch. 






FRENCH DYE HOUSE. 



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284 Washington St. 



3 Doors North of Bedford Street, 



Ladies' Dresses, Sacks, and Shawls 

Dyed and Cleansed in a Superior Manner. 

Dyed and Cleansed, 
Kid Gloves Dyed & Cleansed. 

FIAfHISS 

DYED, CLEANSED, AND CURLED. 



C. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

Street, Boston. Mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



37 



Carpetings. 

Bright William E. & Capen, 328 Wash- 
ington (see advt. front cover) 

Goldthwait, Snow & Knight, 33 Washing- 
ton (see advt. inside front cover) 

Children's Carriage Manu- 
facturers. 

Snow & Haseltlne, 607 Washington (see 
advt. last leaves 11) 

Chiropodist. 

Kenison Parker, 145 Tremont (see advt 
last leaves 3) 

Chromos, Engravings, etc. 
Gould J. Jay, 20 and 22 Bromfleld (see 
advt. opp.p. 34) 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Traiser Henry, 125 Court (see advt. last 
leaves 18) 

Civil Engineers and Land Sur- 
veyors. 

Ehedd & Sawyer, 7 Court sq. (see advt. 
last leaves 12) 

Clocks, 

Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 

advt. opp. p. 360) 
Pear & Bro. 29 Avery (see advt. last 

leaves 15) 

Clothes Cleaner and Repairer^ 

Pierce J. G. 25 Howard (see advt. las 
leaves 24) 

Clothing Healers. 

Bean N. J. & Co. 10 and 12 North (see 

advt. front col. page) 
Carnes George W. A Co. 43 and 45 Sum- 
mer (see advt. marginal lines general 
directory) 

Clothing manufacturer. 

Wilmot H. B. 121 Washington (see advt. 
opp. page 24) 

Confectioner. 

Fera George, 343 Washington (see advt. 
last leaves 10) 

Coppersmiths. 

Chase N. E. & Co. 77 Cambridge (see 
advt. last leaves 18) 

Cordage - 

Lincoln A Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneuil 
Hall sq. (see advt. p. 20) 

Curled Hair Manufacturers. 

Fay A Co. 81 Hanover and 14 Elm (see 
advt. last leaves 24) 

Cutlery. 

Burditt A Williams, 20 Dock square (see 
advt. marginal lines general dir.) 

Partridge Horace A Co. 51 Hanover (see 
advt. opp. p. 360) 

Decorator. 

Needham Christopher, 608 Washington 
(»ee advt..p 18.) 

Dentists. 

Dillingham J. R. 31 Winter (see advt. 

last leaves 25) 
Hodgdou C. VV. 169 Court (see advt. last 

leaves 22) 
Parker A Jones, 3 1-2 Beacon (see advt. 

on map) 



Sawyer A Lane, 616 Washington (see 
advt. last leaves 26) 

Desk Manufacturers. 

Derby, Tavener & Norris, warerooms 2S 

Merrimac and 26 Canal (See advt. last 

leaves 12) 
Hill Beniamin, 16 and 18 Harvard pi. (s«e 

advt. last leaves 25) 
McNutt J. J., Novelty Wood Works, 

junc. Maiden and Wareham (see advt. 

col. leaves opp. p. 37) 

Dining Booms. 

Lovejoy William S. 2 Wilson lane (see 
advt. last leaves 26) 

Doors, Sashes, etc. 

Cutter A Parker, 9 and 10 Chatlestown 

(see advt. p. 16) 
Hastings A. W. & Co. 142 Friend (see 

advt. on map) 

Drain Pipe. 

Waldo J. Adan, 13 Liberty sq. (see advt. 
back cover) 

Dyeing and Cleansing. 

M acomber I. 284 Washington (see advt. 

opp. p. 37) 
Pierce J. G. 25 Howard (see advt. last 

leaves 24) 

Elevators. 

Pratt R. W. A Co. 116 to 124 Merrimac 
(see advt. last leaves 27) 

Engravings, Pictures, etc. 

Haskell A Allen, 14 Hanover (see advt. 
last leaves 18) 

Engravers (Plate.) 

Dearborn N. S. 24 School (see advt. opp 
page 18) 

Engravers (Wood.) 

Bricher A Conant, 19 Tremont row (see 
advt.p 8) 

Envelopes. 

The Boston Document Envelope Co., 
Dean A Co. 11 John (see advt. lat>t 
leaves 6) 

Fancy Goods. 

Choate Henry A. under Revere House 

(see advt. opp. p. 40) 
Partridge Horace A Co. 51 Hanover fsee 

advt. opp. p. 360) 

Fertilizers. 

Parker A Gannett, 49 North Market and 
46 Merchants row (see advt. last leaves 
20) 

Fire Bricks, Clay and Tile. 

Waldo J. Adan, 13 Liberty square (see 
advt. back cover) 

Flags. 

Erickson A. 38 North Market (see advt. 

last leaves 3) 
Martin James A Son, 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 212) 

Florists and Nurserymen. 

Dugan Thomas, 142 Washington (see 

advt. last leaves 10) 
Strong W. C. A Co. 4 Beacon (see advt. 

opp. 34) 



GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



22 School St . 
Boston. 



GEO. W. WARE & CO., Parlor and Chamber Furniture, 157 Tremont 

Street, Boston. 



38 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Furnaces, Ranges, Grates etc. 

Chilson Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackstone 

(see advt. front col. pages) 
Chubbuck Levi, 10 Bedford (see advt. 

front col. page) 

Furniture and Upholstery 
Goods. 

Braman, Shaw & Co. 27 Sudburv and 69 

Portland, factory, East Cambridge (see 

advt. last leaves 9) 
Buckley, Bancroft & Boyden, 503 and 511 

Washington (see advt. opp. p. 51) 
Ware Geo. W. & Co. 157 Tremont (see 

advt. marginal lines gen. directory) 

Galvanic Instruments. 

Williams Charles jr. 109 Court (see advt- 
on map and title page) 

Gas Fitting and Fixtures. 

Chase N. E. & Co. 77 Cambridge (see 

advt. last leaves 18) 
Holllngs R.&Co. 369 Washington (see 

advt. opp. p. 38) 

Gas Stoves. 
Hoi Hugs R. & Co. 369 Washington (see 

advt. opp. p. 38) 

Gent's Furnishing Goods. 

Brine Geo. R. & Co. 201 Washington (see 

advt. on map and back covert 
Wilmot H. B. 121 Washington (see advt. 

opp. page 24) 

Glass (Window.) 
Cook James M. 131, 139 and 141 Congress 

(see advt. last leaves 1) 
Lambert Brothers, 10 and 12 Merchants 

row (see advt. front col. page) 

Glass Importers (Plate.) 

Lambert Brothers, 10 and 12 Merchants 
row (see advt. front col. page) 

Glass Stainers and Cutters. 

Cook James M. 131, 139 and 141 Congress 
(see advt. last leaves 1) 

Glaziers. 

Magee. John A. 22 Bowker (see advt. las* 

leaves 16) 
Perry H. A. 188 Washington (see advt. 

opp. p. 334) 

Glaziers' Diamonds. 

Lambert Brothers, 10 and 12 Merchants 
row (see advt. front col. p.) 

Ground and Cut Glass. 

Cook James M. 131. 139 and 141 Congress 
(see advt. last leaves 1) 

Gutters and Conductors. 

Rand & Blake, 17 and 19 Wareham (see 

advt. last leaves U) 
Washburn William jr. & Co. Causeway. 

cor. Merrimac (see advt. col. leaves 

opp. p. 36) 

Hair Jewelry. 

Tear & Bro. 29 Avery (see advt. last 
leaves 15) 

Hair Mattresses and Pillows- 
Ware George W. & Co. 147 Tremont (see 
advt. marginal lines general directory) 

Hand Stamps. 

Sargent George B. & Co. 7 Spring lane 
(see advt. last leaves 2) 



Hats, Caps and Furs. 

Frey Frederick, 156 Washington (see 

advt. opp. p. 19) 
Jackson & Co. 59 Tremont (see advt. 

marginal linesgen. directory) 
Leavitt H. H. 91 Court (see advt. p. 20) 
Parker John S. 132 Washington (see 

advt. p. 30) 

Horse Furnishing Goods. 

Read James J. 108 Sudbury (see advt. 
back cover and opp. p. 25) 

Hosiery and Trimmings. 

Harrington John & Co. 17 Tremont (see 
advt. back cover) 

Ink. 

Ward Samuel &Co. 8 State and 58 Wash- 
ington (see advt. back col. p.) 

Inlaid and Fancy Flooring. 

Dill Joseph & Co. 53 and 551-2 Wareham 
(see advt. last leaves 3) 

Insurance Agents. 

Kinsley, Eddy A Hastings, & State (see 

advt. opp. streets) 
Wilder & Holway, 3 Tremont row (see 

advt. last leaves 13) 

Insurance Companies. 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co. Foss & 

Ganiwell, agents. 95 1-i Washington 

(see advt. front cover) 
Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. James 

C. Benn, solicitor and collector, 27 

Court (see advt. back edge) 

Iron Fence and 1< ailing Builder 

Bramhall Otis, 117 and 119 Congress (see 
advt. opp. p. 39) 

Irregular Mouldings. 

Warren & Dwyer, 60 Albany (see advt' 
last leaves 8) 

Italian Awnings. 

Martin James & Son, 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. 212) 

Jewellers <Manufg.) 

Crosby, Morse & Foss, 240 Washington 

(se*» advt. opp. p . .'.6) 
Gale William T. & Co. 221 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 213) 

Jewelry, Watches and Pla te. 

Crosby, Morse & Foss, 240 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 36) 
Gale William T. & Co. 221 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 213) 
Pear & Brother, 29 Avery (see advt. last 

leaves, p. 15) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hauover (see 

advt. opp. p. 360) 

Jig Sawing, and Turning. 

McNutt J.J. junction Maiden and Ware- 
ham (see advt. coTd leaves, opp. p. 37) 

Rand & Blake, 17 and 19 Wareham (see 
advt. last leaves, p. 11) 

Warren & Dwyer, 60 Albany (see advt. 
last leaves 8) 

Lact-s, Embroideries, etc 

Walther George J. 14 West (see advt 
front colored page) 



"SOUVENIR" RAZOR STRAP f B - J ,5A1>GFK ' »«■**■*■* 



SI Kim St., Charlestown, Mass 



369 Washington Street. 

GAS FIXTURE MANUFACTURERS, 



"We would respectfully call your attention to our 
"Well Selected. Assortment of 

GAS FIXTURES 

Being Manufacturer?, we offer Greater Inducements to purchasers than any other 
parties in our line of business. 

GAS FIXTURES DESIGNED EXPRESSLY 

FOR 

Churches, Halls, Masonic and Odd - Fellows' Buildings, 

At extremely low prices. 
We have constantly on hand a great variety of 

Bronze Statuettes, Groups, Vases, 

Card Receivers, Match Boxes, &c. 

FRENCH CLOCKS, AMERICAN CLOCKS, 

Trench and American GAS TABLE-LAMPS, 

G-A.S STOVES, 

FOlt HEATIXG AJVD COOKDTG. 

^° Call and examine our Stock and Prices before purchasing, ^gj 

R. ROLLINGS & CO. 

369 Washington Street, 

Second door south of Boston Theatre, 
Factory, 14 Beverly Street. 



Iron Railings, 



FOR 



Cemeteries, Balustrades, &c. 

In all its Branches, done at short notice. 



OTIS BRAMHALL, 

117 & 119 CONGRESS ST. 
BOSTON. 

Respectfully calls the attention of all inter- 
ested in the purchase of 

ORNAMENTAL 

IRON 
FENCES, 

TO HIS 

New, Complete, and Beautiful 
Patterns. 

A large assortment of which he has pro- 
cured at great expense and labor. He 
flatters himself that in this branch of his 
business he is surpassed by none. 

He is prepared to put up at short notice, 
IronFences unequalled for strength, beauty, 
and durability in any part of New England 
or New 1 ork ; and he would refer to hun- 
dreds in the vicinity of Boston for speci- 
mens of his work. 

NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS, 

of the latest styles and superior finish, are 
constantly received. 




OTIS BRAMHALL, 



C. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

Street, Boston. Mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



39 



Laundry 
St. James Laundry. J. G. Crawford, pro- 
prietor, 607 Washington (see advt. opp. 
p. 19) 

Looking Glass and Picture 
Frame Manufacturers. 

Mever Charles E. & Co. 7 and 8 Holmes 
block, Havmarket square, and 105 and 
107 Friend* (see advt. last leaves p. 10) 

Lumber I>ealers. 

James Geo. B. & Co. 14 State (see advt. 

front cover and marginal lines, streets 

&c.) 
]VIcNutt J. J., Novelty Wood Works, 

Wareham, junction Maiden (see advt. 

col. leaves opp. p. 37) 
Hand & Blake, 17 and 19 Wareham (see 

advt. last leaves p. 11) 
Washburn Wm. .ir. & Co. Causeway, cor. 

Merriuiac (see advt. col. leaves opp. 

p. 36) 

Machinery. 

Pratt R. W. & Co. 116 to 124 Merrimac 
(see advt. last leaves 27) 

Mattresses. 

Fay & Co. 81 Hanover and 14 Elm (see 
advt. last leaves p. 24) 

Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

Johnson T. M. Mrs. 683 Washington (see 

advt. front colored page) 
Warren Ralph, 90 Court (see advt. last 

leaves p. 13) 

Millinery and Straw Goods. 

Cromack J. B. & Co. 26 Temple place 
(see advt. last leaves p. 21) 

Mirrors. 

Ware George W. <fe Co. 157 Tremont (see 
advt. marginal lines, general and busi- 
ness directory) 

Mouldings (Gilt.) 

Haskell & Allen, 14 Hanover (see advt. 
last leaves p. 18) 

Meyer Charles E. <fe Co. 7 and 8 Holmes 
biock. Havmarket square, and 105 and 
107 Friend (see advt. last leaves p. 10) 

Mouldings (Wood.) 

McNutt John J., Novelty Wood Works, 
Wareham, junction Maiden (see advt. 
col. leaves opp. p. 37) 

Ocuiist. 

Whitman E. F. 110 Court (see advt. last 
leaves 4) 

Oil Finisher and Polisher. 

Magee John A. 22 Bowker (see advt. 
last leaves p. 16) 

Oil (Lard.) 

North. Meriam & Co. 27 and 29 Faneuil 
Hall market (see advt. last leaves 1) 

Squire J. P. & Co. 23 and 25 Faneuil Hall 
market, and 39 North Market (see 
advt. last leaves p. 12) 

Opticians. 

Hamblin J. B. 32 School (see advt. last 

leaves p. 17) 
Whitman E. F. 110 Court (see advt. last 

leaves 4) 



Painter (Fresco.) 

Needham Christopher, 608 Washington 
(see advt. p. 18) 

Painters (Fresco, Sign and 
.Banner.) 

Carl & Modlich, 20 Studio building (see 

advt. last leaves p. 14) 
Handcock Z. A Co. 5 Tremont (see advt. 

last leaves %) 

Painters (House. Sign and 
Fresco.) 

Magee John A. 22 Bowker (see advt. last 

leaves p. 16) 
Perry 11. A. 188 Washington (see advt. 

p. 334) 

Paper Hangings and Hangers' 

Ammidon & Co. 108 Summer (see advt. 

last colored leaves) 
Eaton Brothers, 17 Cambridge (see advt. 

on map) 
Gregory & Robinson, 225 Washington 

(see advt. last col. page) 

Parlor Furniture. 

Braman, Shaw & Co. 27 Sudbury and 
69 Portland, factory East Cambridge 
(see advt. last leaves, p. 9) 

Patent Medicines. 

White H. G. White's Specialty, 37 Court 
(see advt. p. 15) 

Patent Novelties. 

Fearing Jas. H. & Co. 32 Washington' 
(see adv. last leaves, 25) 
Pattern and Model Makers. 

Coffin Galen, 17 Harvard place (see 
advt. on map) 

Pattern Making. 

McNutt J. J. & Co., Novelty Wdod 

Works, junction Maiden and Wareham 

(see advt. colored leaves, opp. p. 37) 

Pavers. 

Gore D.& H. 6 Traveller building (3 ee 

advt. opp. p. 18) 

Perfumery. 
Clifford F. S. 40 Bromfield (see advt. 
last leaves, p. 28) 

Photographers. 

Black J. W. 173 Washington (see advt. 

last leaves 2) 
Blanchard H. T. 313 Washington (see 

advt. on map) 
Looinis G. II. 7 Tremont row (see advt. 

last leaves 15) 
Marshall Augustus, 147 Tremont (see 

advt. last leaves 4) 
Ritz & Hemtz, 13 Tremont row (see 

advt. on map) 
SpragueB.22 Tremont row (see advt. 

last leaves 24)| 
Warren George K. 145 Tremont (see 

advt. marginal lines, general directory) 

Physicians. 

Spear E.D.713 Washington (see advt. 

last leaves 19) 

Piano-Fortes. 
Hl'd Wm. C. 22 Eliot (see advt. on map) 
Pictui'es and Picture Frames. 
oul d J. Jay, 20 and 22 Bromfield (see 

advt. opp. p. 34) 



GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



22 School St. 
Boatton. 



CEO. W. WARE k CO., Parlor and Chamber Furniture, 157 Tremont 

Street, Boston. 



40 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Planing and Moulding Mills. 

McNutt J. J., Novelty Wood Works, 

"Wareham, junction Maiden (see advt. 

colored leaves opp. p. 37) 
Rand A Blake, 17 and 19 Wareham (see 

advt. last leaves 11) 
"Washburn William jr. & Co. Causeway, 

cor. Merrimack (see advt col'd leaves 

opp. page 36) 
Willett, Drake & Co. 49 and51Wareham 

(see advt. last leaves 23) 

Plumbers. 

Chase N. E. & Co. 77 Cambridge (see 

advt. last leaves 18) 
Hawthorn & Loudon, 16 Province (see 

advt. last leaves 4) 
Lowell & Bate, 3 Stoddard (see advt. 

last leaves 21) 

Pocket Book and Blank Book 
Manufacturers. 

Cooke Cyrus G. & Brother, 13 Bromfleld 
(see advt. col. leaf opp. p. 34) 

Pork Packers. 

North, Meriam & (Jo. 27 and 29 Faneull 
Hall market, and 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket (see advt last leaves 1) 

Squire John P. & Co. 23 and 25 Faneuil 
Hall market, and 39 North Market (see 
advt. last leaves 12) 

Printers. 

Barnard J. Howard, 60 Bromfleld (see 

advt. on map) 
Brown W. F. & Co. 50 Bromfleld (see 

advt. col. leaf opp. p. 372) 
Clapp David & Son, 334 Washington (see 

advt. last leaves 15) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 

advt. opp. 360) 

Printers' Ink. 

Morrill & Wlnslow, 6 Water (see advt. 
inside back cover) 

Printers' Joiner. 

Coffin Galen, 17 Harvard place (see advt. 
on map) 

Print Publishers. 

Haskell & Allen, 14 Hanover (see advt. 
last leaves 18) 

Produce. 

North, Meriam & Co. 27 and 29 Faneuil 
Hall market, and 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket (see advt. last leaves 1) 

Provision Dealers. 

North, Meriam & Co. 27 and 29 Faneuil 
.Hall market, and 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket (see advt. last leaves 1) 

Squire John P. & Co. 23 and 25 Faneuil 
Hall market, and 39 North Market (see 
advt. last leaves 12) 

Publishers. 

Llttell & Gay, 30 Bromfleld (see advt. 
last leaves 7) 

Bazor Straps. 

Badger B. F.51 Elm (see advt. marginal 
Hues, business directory) 

Beal Estate Agents. 

Brown C. Warren, 34 School (see advt. 

marginal lines business directory and 

city government, Ac) 
French J. 80 Washington (see advt. over 

calendar) 



Naylor Robert F. 89 Court (see advt 

front cover) 
Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see. 

advt.opp.p. 360) 
Read J. Stacey, 5 Pemberton sq. (see 

advt. last leaves J 8) 
Wilder & Holway, 3 Tremont row (see 

advt. last leaves 13) 
Winnett J.& Co. 5 Tremont (see advt. 

front colored page) 

Boofers. 

The Granite Roofing Co. Godfrey & 
Holmes, agents, 8 Congress sq. (see 
advt. col. leaf opp. p. 34) 

Bubber Goods. 

Hayes C. 44 School (see advt. col, leaf 

opp p. 35) 

Bubber Jewelry. 
Hayes C. 44 School (see advt. col. leaf 

opp. p. 35) 

Bubber Mouldings. 

Pratt W. W. & Co. 57 Bromfleld (see 
advt. last leaves 23) 

Saddlery and Harness Manu- 
facturer. 

Read James J. 108 Sudbury (see advt. 
back cover and opp. page 25) 
Sail Cloth. 

Erickson A. 38 North market (see advt. 
last leaves 3) 

Sail makers. 

Erickson A. "8 North market (see advt. 
last leaves 3) 

Sashes, Boors etc. 
McNutt J. J., Novelty Wood Worka, 
Maiden, junction Wareham (see advt. 
colored leaves opp. p. 37) 

Seal Engravers. 
Sargent George B. & Co. 7 Spring lane 
(see advt. last leaves 2) 

Seal Presses. 

Sargent George B. & Co, 7 Spring lane 
(see advt. last leaves 2) 

Settees. 

Derby, Tavener <$; Norris, warerooma 
25 Merrimac, and 26 Canal (see advt. 
last leaves 12) 

Sewing Machines. 

Buckley W. H. 151 Washington (see 
advt. p. 16) 

Shirt Manufacturer. 

Howe I. A. 221 Washington (see advt, 
last leaves 19 j 

Show Cases, Counters and 
Desks. 

Hill Benj. 16 and 18 Harvard place (see 

advt. last leaves 25) 
Willett, Drake & Co. 49 and 51 Wareham 

(see advt. last leaves 23) 

Silversmiths. 

Crosby, Morse & Foss, 240 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 36) 
Gale William T. & Co. 221 Washington 

(see advt. opp. p. 213) 
Pear & Bro. 29 Avery (see advt. last 

leaves 15) 



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B. F. BADGER, Manufacturer, 
51 Elm St., Chariest© wu, Mass 



Choate's Odonto 

Is the admiration of the Ladies. Gives the breath an agreeable 
flavor. Is one of the few preparations children delight to use. 

Choate's Odonto 

Is used by smokers to remove stains and sweeten the breath. Its 
success is largely due to its satisfactory results. 

Choate's Odonto 

Gives the Teeth a lasting and pearly whiteness, polishes the 
enamel and removes spots of insipient decay. 

Choate's Odonto 

Removes all Tartar, Mucus or Greenish Incrustation from the Teeth. 
" r sd with safety and! " nr,iinf fail to give ent*^ satisfaction. 



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and is absolutely free from the least admixture of any mineral or injurious ingre- 
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tions by its extraordinary efficacy in removing tartar, ensuring to the Teeth the most 
beautiful and pearly whiteness, and by its corrective and astringent properties inducing 
a healthy action of the Gums, and a consequent firmness and brightness of color. It 
gives peculiar sweetness to the breath, and, if used regularly, will preserve the Teeth 
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SAMUEL M. COFEAN, 

Briit Imliitirir. 

BRICK-YARD, CONCORD AVENUE, 

NEAR, WALDEN STREET, 
KESIDENCE, 70 Concord Avenue, near Catholic Church, 

CAMBRIDGE. 



All orders attended to with promptness and despatch. The past 
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zBOSTonsr. 



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J. MACAULAY, 

CORNER OF 
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Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hour* 
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SCHOOL 



OF 



MODERN LANGUAGES 



Boston . . No. 161 Tremont Street. 
Cambridge . .No. 7 Brattle Street. 



THEOPHILUS HENESS, 

Principal of the German Department, 
No. 7 Avon Street, Cambridge. 

LAMBERT SAUVEUR, 

Principal of the French Department. 
No. 7 Bowdoin Square, Boston. 



C. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

Street, Boston. Mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



41 



Smokers' Articles. 
Traiser Henry, 125 Court (see advt. last 
leaves 18) 

Soda and Mineral Water. 

Vincent, Hathaway & Co. 109 and 113 
Broad (see advt. back cover) 

Sponge Goods. 

Fowle Charles L. salesrooms 503 and 511 
Washington, manufactory 2 Lincoln 
(see advt. back edge) 

Stained and Cut Glass. 

Cook J. M. 131 139 and 141 Congress (see 
advt. last leaves 1) 

Stationers. 

Barnard J. Howard, 50 Bromfleld (see 

advt. on map) 
Brown George B. <fe Co. 94 State (see 

advt. opp. p. 34) 
Cooke Cyrus G. & Brother, 13 Bromfield 

(see advt. col. leaf opp. p. 34) 
Dearborn N. S. 24 School (see advt. opp. 

P. 18) 
Gay Aaron R. <fc Co. 130 State (see advt. 

last leaves 27) 
Ward Samuel & Co. 8 State (see advt 

back colored page) 

Steam Engines and Boilers. 

Pratt R. W. & Co. 116 to 124 Merrimac 
(see advt. last leaves 27) 
Stencils. 

Pope John & Son, 8 Dock square fsee 
advt. last leaves, 17) 

Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, etc. 

Chase N. E. & Co. 77 Cambridge (see 

advt. last leaves 18) 
Chilson Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackstone 

(see advt. front colored pages) 
Chubbuek Levi, 10 Bedford (see advt. 

front colored leaves; 

Straw Bonnets and Frames. 

Warren Ralph, 90 Court (see advt. last 
leaves 13) 

Tailors and Merchant Tailors. 

Brine George R. & Co. 201 Washington 

(see advt. map and back cover) 
Campbell & Foran, 100 Washington (see 

advt. on map) 
Horan G. 2 Province ct. (see advt. last 

leaves 13) 
Peck Frank L. 13 Temple place (see advt. 

marginal lines, general directory) 

Teacher (Languages.) 

Heness Theophllus, 161 Tremont (see 
advt. index) 



Teas and Coffee. 

Johnston Thomas H.88 Union (see advt. 
col. leaf opp. p. 34) 

Telegraph Instrument Manu- 
facturer. 

Williams Charles jr. 109 Court (see adv 
on map and title p.) 

Tents. 

Erickson A. 3S North Market (see advt. 

last leaves 3) 
Martin James & Son. 114 Commercial 

(see advt. opp. p. 212) 

Tin and Japanned Ware. 

Lincoln <fc Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneull 
Hall sq. (see advt. p. 20) 

Toys. 

Partridge Horace & Co. 51 Hanover (see 
advt. opp. 360) 

Ventilators. 

Barney J. E. & Co. 8 Province ct. (see 

advt. last leaves 1) 
Chilson Gardner, 99 and 101 Blackstone 

(see advt. front colored pages) 

Wagon Covers. 
Martin James & Son. 114 Commercial 
(see advt. opp. p. 212) 

Watchmaker. 

Hamblin J. B. 32 School (see advt. last 
leaves 17) 

Weather Strips. 

Pratt W. W. & Co. 57 Bromfleld (see 
advt. last leaves 23) 

White's Specialty. 

White H. G. 37 Court (see advt. p. 15) 
Window Shades and Fixture* 

Pratt W. W. & Co. 57 Bromfield (see* 
advt. last leaves 23) 
Wire Workers and Weavers. 

GreenleafG. & Co. 116 Union (see advt. 

last leaves, 5) 
Hennessey James, 32 Eliot (see advt. 

last leaves 16) 

Wooden and Willow Ware. 

Lincoln & Hopkinson, 15 and 16 Faneull 
Hall sq. (see advt. p. 20) 



Wood Working. 

Warren & Dwyer, 60 Albany (see advt. 
last leaves, 8) 



GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



23 School St. 
Boston. 



LATEST ADDITIONS TO GENERAL DIRECTORY. 

Alden Wlilliam B. machirist, 356 Main, house 17 S3'dnev 

Bane Martin, reed manufacturer, (B.) house 120 Harvard [Walnut 

Bobinson John D. drug clerk, (69 and 71 Blackstone, B.), house cor. Pearl and 



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J. FRENCH, 

No. 80 Washington Street, . . . Boston, 

AGENT FOR THE 

PURCHASE, SALE, AND LEASING OF REAL ESTATE, 

Houses, Stores, and Land in Boston and vicinity, bought and 
sold on liberal terms. 
Negotiator of Notes and Mortgages. 
Particular attention paid to the CARE OF REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION 
OF RENTS. COffice up one flight.) 



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HOUSE BUILDERS', CABINET, AND CARRIAGE WORK, 

FENCE, SIDEWALK, AND STAIR POSTS 

On hand and made to order. 

MAIN ST., Smart's Building, (Opposite Clark St.,) 

CAMBRIDGEPOKT. 

PORTER'S HOTEL, 

NO. 185 NORTH AVENUE, 

AT PORTER'S STATION. 

FRANK LOCKE, Proprietor. 



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This is the most convenient, most durable, and therefore the 
cheapest WRINGER ever made. 

Refrigerators, Ice-Cream Freezers, &c. 

HOOFS COVERED WITH TW. 
FURNACE, STOVE, SHEET-IRON, & TIN WORK 

Done to order in a faithful manner at short notice. 
No. 2 Hyde's Block, 
605 Main Street, - - Cambridgeport, Mass. 



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ABBREVIATIONS USED IX THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; ave., avenue; b. or bds., boards; bet,, 
between; bldp., building; blk., block; (B), Boston; com. mer., commission 
merchant; cor cor., corner; ct., court; b. house; lab. .laborer; L. P., Lower 
Port; H. U., Harvard University; mkr., maker; maiiuf., manufacturer; n., near; 
opp,, opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post Office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev n 
reverend; st., street; sec, secretary; sq., square; supt., superintendent; treas., 
treasurer; (U. S. X.), United States Navy; (U. S. A.), United States Army; whol. 
wholesale; wid„ widow; whf., wharf. 



AARON LEWIS, cigar maker, h. r, 5$ Harvard 

Aaron Moss, cigar maker, h. 329 Main 

Aaron Solomon, cigar maker, h. 105 Fourth 

Abbot Anne W. Miss, h. 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Ezra, assistant librarian, H. U. b. 23 Berkeley 

Abbott Charles H. clerk, boards 42 Austin 

Abbott Charles S. box-maker, h, 90 Washington 

Abbott Edward A. clergyman, h. 100 Ellery 

Abbott Electa, widow of Joseph, h. 35 Brookline 

Abbott Geo. A. clerk, B. & A. R. R. h. 5 Dickinson 

Abbott George W. h. Harvard, cor. Clinton 

Abbott Henry H, yard-master, B. & A. R. R. h. 5 Dickinson 

Abbott Horatio N. engineer, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 154 

Cambridge 
Abbott Jesse B. carpenter, h, 16 Walnut ct [Windsor 

Abbott John, engineer (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), house 81 
Abbott John P. printer, house 159 Windsor 
Abbott Joseph H. clerk 548 Main, bds. Douglass, nr. Main 
Abbott Lucy K. Mrs. boarding-house, 5 Dickinson 
Abe Dora Miss, millinery, h. 202 Cambridge 
Abe John, laborer, h. 158 Harvard 
Abele Frank, tanner, bds. Smith's, North avenue 
Abele Valentine, tanner, boards Hughes', North avenue 
Abercrombie M. B. Mrs. house 26 Brattle square 
Aberle Jacob, cigars and tobacco, house 161 Main 
A born J, Henry, carriage painter, bds, 11 Inman 
Ackerman Temperance Mrs. h. 324 Harvard 

WARREN'S PHOTOGRPHS, Post Office Building Cambridjeport 
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ACKERS JOHN L. P. painter, Main, opp. Austin, bds. 

Macauley's, Tremont 
Ackers Sarah A. Mrs. house 32 Short 
Ackers William H. printer, house 32 Short 
Adam Alexander, blacksmith, house 222 Broadway 
Adams Albert, mason, house 17 Winthrop 
Adams Alexander L. house 858 Main 
Adams Benjamin N. (Farnum & Co., N. F. H., B.), house 

145 Mt. Auburn 
Adams Charles A. builder, house Brookline, cor. Lopez 
Adams Charles J. deputy jailor and master House of Cor- 
rection, house Thorndike, corner Third 
Adams Charles W. book-keeper (14 and 22 Sudbury, B.), 

house 442 Broadway 
Adams David J. cutter, house Second street court 
Adams Dean J. navy yard (C), h. Third, n. Cambridge 
Adams E. French, boards 79 Thorndike 
Adams Frank H. gold-beater (B.), house 17 Winthrop 
Adams Harry H. (Custom House,B.), h. Thorndike, n. Fourth 
Adams James, laborer, B. & M. R. R. h. Cambridge, near 

Lambert 
Adams Jas. S. printer, bds. 77 River 
Adams John, laborer, house 50 Amory 
Adams John, cooper, boards 2 Brooks 
Adams John, brass-finisher, h. Cambridge, near Lambert 
Adams John, h. 1 Magazine ct. 

Adams John, steam and gaspipe manuf. (B.), bds. 89 Tremont 
Adams John P. gas-fixtures, 12 Harvard row,h. 14Mt. Auburn 
Adams Jonathan, civil engineer, b. 43 Dana 
Adams Joseph M. whalebone worker, h. 5 Tremont 
Adams Joseph M. jr. whalebone worker, h. 39 Tremont 
Adams Joseph M. widow, house 147 Columbia 
ADAMS J. FRENCH, stair-builder, Seventh, cor. Cam- 
bridge, house 79 Thorndike 
Adams J. Getney, book-keeper (B.), house 40 Cherry 
Adams Peter, printer, house 7 Harrison avenue 
Adams Reuben A. fish-dealer (Commercial, B.), house 
North avenue, near Meacham [house 53 Cherry 

Adams Samuel P. grocer (State, cor. Atlantic ave. B.), h. 53 

Cherry 
Adams William R. (Adams & Durrell), fancy goods, 106 
Cambridge, house do. [fancy goods, 106 Cambridge 
Adams & Durrell (Wm. Adams and Oliver H. Durrell), 
Agassiz Alexander, house Norton place, Kirkland 
Agassiz Louis, director of the Museum of Comparative 
Zoology, H. U. house Quincy, corner Broadway 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The at- 
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O Agen Martin, laborer, h. Franklin, n. Soden rt 

g Agin James, laborer, house 41 Pearl » 

pq Agin Michael, teamster, house 75 Brookline hj 

Agin Patrick, laborer, house 79 Elm § 
O Ahearn Cornelius, printer, house Franklin, near Putnam 

c3 Ahearn David, laborer, h. East, near R. R. ^ 

q\ Ahearn Michael, mason, h. 2 Baldwin place, Baldwin £ 

Ahearn Morris, laborer, h. 149 Dublin P 

,2 Ahearn Morris, laborer, h. Gore, n. Squire's block ^ 

P* Ahearn Patrick, laborer, house 4 Vine g 

3 Ahearn Timothy, baker, house 170 Franklin © 

2 Ahern John, laborer, house 50 Araory P^ 

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q Ahern William, carver, Braman, Shaw & Co.'s, house Cam- 8 ^ 

•g bridge, near G. J. R. R. • P<p 

fl Aiken Charles H. clerk, boards 152 Spring ^^ 

^jh Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal dealer, ^K' 

O Cambridge, junc. Bridge, house 152 Spring CQ P 

.. AIKEN & WOODARD (Jos. M. Aiken and Jonas Wood- gg 

W ard), charcoal dealers, Cambridge, junction Bridge P »-j 

£^ Ainsley Hannah Mrs. house Essex, cor Chestnut ct. P q 

IT Ainsley John R. book-keeper (95 Summer, B.), bds. 48 § £ 

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pj Aitken William, photographer, h. 73 Columbia ft 9 

Albee E. A. sash-maker, h. 25 Western avenue © P 

M Albee Sumner, attorney (20 Court, B.), h. 30 Essex S-y 

J5 Albest Albert, laborer, h. 101 Fourth " © 

<! Alden Abigail Mrs. widow Harvey, h. 434 Harvard g p 

PS Alden Albert, brush-maker, Cambridge, near G. J. R. R. h. w ££ 

^ 66 Thorndike O g 

Alden Ann Mrs. confectionery, &c. 546 Main, h. do. P © 

JQ Alden Edward M. boards 41 Cottage g. 

§ Alden Geo. A. com. mer. (23 India, B.), h. 37 Harvard 

^ Alden George L. mason, bds. 3 Baldwin place, Baldwin ^ 

& Alden James B. (83 Broad, B.), h. Langdon 2 

d Alden Sophia D. Mrs. widow Elbridge G. h. 18 Hancock 5 

ij Alden Thomas, book-binder, McDonald & Son's, h. 546 Main 

• Alden W. R. plasterer, h. Kernan's block, 13 Charles River ^J 

&[ Aldrich Ambrose (6 F. H. market, cellar, B.), h. 289 Harvard r* 

.9 Aldrich Frank S. moulder, h. 293 Broadway Q 

+* Alexander Albert, carpenter, bds. 10 Brookline t> 

b Alexander Daniel, carpenter, h. 63 Elm «d 

Alexander J. Scott, provisions, 531 Main, h. 10 Brookline ^ 



§ Alexander Peter, teamster, h. Spruce, near brickyard g| 
^ Alexander Thomas, printer, boards 77 River 

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Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 



Alfin James, laborer, house 126 Brookline 

Alger Morton (Stillman, Alger & Co.), hides (92 High, B.), 
h. 33 Sacramento 

Alghieri Simon, caterer, K Worcester, cor. Norfolk 

Allan Thomas, machinist, h. 5 Windsor 

Allen Addison, trader, h. 23 River 

Allen Albert F. machinist, h. 250 Broadway 

Allen Ann Mrs. h. 11 Fifth 

Allen Avery T. tailor, house 30 Norfolk 

Allen A. V. G. Rev. Prof. Episcopal Theological school, h. 
Brattle, cor. Irving pi. 

Allen Caleb C. (Allen & Endicott), machinist and boiler 
maker, Main, h. 26 Columbia 

Allen Charles E. book-keeper, H. O. Houghton & Co.'s, h. 5 
Fremont 

Allen Charles H. physician, h. 11 Temple 

Allen Charles P. stair-builder, h. 142 Thorndike 

Allen Daniel, teamster, h. 170 Franklin 

Allen Daniel, boiler maker, boards 4 Pioneer place 

Allen Eliza W. Mrs. house 71 Cambridge 

Allen Elizabeth C. Miss, house 34 Brighton 

Allen F. A. (O. Tea Co., B.), house 782 Main [Putnam 

Allen George, pressman, Welch, Bigelow & Co.'s, h. 64 

Allen Geo. B. driver, icecart, boards 478 Cambridge 

Allen George D. machinist, boards J. H. Allen's, 116 Inman 

Allen Henry Mrs. house 39 Gore 

Allen Henry George, proof-reader, house 1 Fremont 

Allen James, blacksmith, h. 54 Amory [Inman 

Allen James H. cutter (40 Washington, B.), house 116 

Allen Joel A. asst. Zoological Museum, rooms Zoological Hall, 

Divinity avenue 
Allen John H. carpenter, bds. Henderson's, Boyle's block, 

Charles 
Allen Joseph H. clergyman, house 5 Garden 
Allen Kate Mrs. widow John C. h. 110 Brookline 
Allen Matthew, laborer, h. 211 Franklin 
Allen Samuel A. house 13 Market 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 6 Brattle, house 69 do. 
Allen William, laborer, h. Suffolk, n. Columbus 
Allen Wm. B. teacher (Somerville), bds. FitchamV 

Coggswell avenue 
Allen Wm. B. machinist, house 17 Sydney 
Allen Wm. H. B. supt. Whitney dye wood mills, house 13 
Market [Squire's block, Gore 

Allen William Martin, paper-ruler (9 Spring Lane B.),h. 16 

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§ dicott), engine and boiler manufacturers, Main, o 

PQ Cambridgeport, office in Boston at 5 Liberty square Jj. 

Alley Elliott A. upholsterer, house 140 Otis t^ 

© Allison Andrew, grocer (8 South Market, B.), house 201 °^ 

c$ Harvard Q 

2 Allison James, clerk (B.), boards 201 Harvard O 

Allyn John (Sever, Francis & Co. 21 Bromfield, B.), h. 5 p* 

5 Berkeley g' 
P* Alore Cyrille H. ice-man, house 106 Spruce TO 
P Amador , currier, bds. Kimmerly's, North ave. |J. 

|2 Amaral Manueldo, boarding house, 108 Gore ^ 

Ambrose Datus A. mason, house 17 Wendell & 

^ Ambrose John L. clerk in clerk's office, Court House, boards p*" 

© 57 Spring £3 

'S Amee Ellen, widow of John, house 894 Main 

§ Amee Jacob E. clerk (Henry Damon's B.), bds. 894 Main Q 

i Amee Lucy A. widow of Jacob, house 894 Main jrj 

6 Ames George W. feeder in stable, house 95 Windsor O 
jT Ames John G. carpenter, house 23 Front WfS 
g Ames Olive Mrs. house 507 Main § Gj 
pq Ammel Napoleon, blacksmith, boards Gerry's, Elm q™ 
p_i Ammidon Philip R. paper hangings (108 Summer, B.), h. P ^ 

Main, cor. Hancock 

H Anable Courtland W. Rev. house 351 Harvard Q 

M Anderson Abby E. Miss, clerk, 579 Main, bds. 746 Main l> 

»2 Anderson Alexander, laborer, house 20 Rice place g 

^j Anderson Arabella Mrs. boarding-house 69 Mt. Auburn g 

p^ Anderson Charles, laborer, house Brighton, near Elliot ^ 

pt| Anderson James, boot-maker, h. Sparks, near Willard 

Anderson James, carpenter, house 10 Daniels' court " 

^ Anderson James J. machinist, h. Plymouth, near the dike C 

5 Anderson' J. Frank, blacksmich, Soden, n. Laundry, house P 

§ Walnut, near Pearl J 

»-j Anderson- John, driver, U. R. R. bds. 89 Tremont fe 

** Anderson John F. blacksmith, bds. 58 Walnut p 

§ Anderson Lewis, carpenter, h. 189 Mt. Auburn 

Pn Anderson Lewis, carpenter, rooms Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn P* 

^ Anderson M;iry J. Mrs. wid. John F. h. rear 4 Somerset [j-j 

# Anderson Stephen, brass moulder, house 118 Spring 

+5 Anderson Wm. painter, h. 17 Sydney * £ 

•jn Anderson William, laborer, house Beaver, near Flagg g 

" Andrews C. H. publisher, Boston Daily Herald (103 Wash- g 

+a ington, B.), house 9 Wendell © 

q Andrews Geo. W. soap maker, h. 171 Windsor *"* 



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Andrews H. N. stone-cutter, 103 Fourth 

Andrews James, cabinet maker, bds. Cambridge, n. Second 

Andrews John, house 17 Plymouth 

Andrews Nicholas, stone cutter, h. 56 Charles 

Andrews Robert M. painter, h. 27 Crane 

Andrews Robert R. Dentist, Whitney's building, 23 Brattle 
square, house 37 Brattle 
© Andrews Samuel G. proof-reader, house 30 Short 

Andrews W. H. hardware dealer, Henderson's block, North 

Cambridge, bds. Prospect House 
Andrews Wm. E. tinsmith, h. 25 Prince 
Andros Henry S. druggist, 641 Main, bds. Mrs. Howe's, 
Norris 

Angels William, carpenter, h. Wheatland blk. Cambridge 

Angier Massillon W. Knox & Angier, granite workers, 
Mt. Auburn, house Arsenal, Watertown 

Anglim James, laborer, house Banks, near Flagg 

Anglim John, varnisher, house 27 Vine 

Anglim Michael, laborer, house Banks, near Flagg 

Angus Wm. N. gardener, h. rear Mt. Auburn, near Elm- 
wood avenue 

Annis , baker, bds. Mrs. McCann's, Pearl 

Ansell Stevens H. pedler, house 85 Clark 

Anshelm John H. boot and shoe-maker, h. 158 Harvard 

Anthony Henry D. printer (37 Congress B.), bds. Merrill's, 
Meacham 

Anthony John G. assistant professor, Zoological Museum, h. 
96 Franklin 

Appell Frederick, currier, house Ninth, n. Cambridge 

Appleby Mark H. laborer, h. 2 Harrison 

Appier Charles, at North Merriam & Co.'s, h. 242 Cambridge 

Appleton Charles F. shoe-dealer, 15 Leverett B. h. 45 Dana 

Appleton Charles T. P. shoe-dealer (15 Leverett B.), house 
13 Dana 

Appleton Henry K. jr. apothecary, 105 Cambridge, h. 148 do. 

Appleton J. Warren, clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 61 Pleasant 

Appleton Warren J. house and sign painter (B.), h. 39 
Cottage 

Applin Benjamin, stair-builder, h. 7 Dover 

Applin Clarence S. paper collar manuf. (50 Sudbury B.)> 
house North avenue 
9 Applin Sumner (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manufac- 
turer, Bridge, opposite Prison Point Bridge, h. North 
avenue, corner Arlington 

Apsey Wm. S. clergyman, h. 11 Coggswell avenue 

Joiners' Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of 
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g Apthorp Harrison O. teacher of elocution, house Putnam, o 

PQ opposite Franklin £ 

Arey David B. currier, house 81 River ^ 

© Arey John W. master mariner, house 18 Prospect °£ 

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,2 Arkerson John, laborer, fa. 10 Willard place [River g* 

P< Arkerson Leonard, rope-manufacturer ( Brighton) - y h. 85 crq 

3 Armstrong Anna A. boarding-house, 4 Pioneer pi. ~ 

r2 Armstrong Charles, baker, Newmarche's, bds. 49 Clark **• 

Armstrong James Mrs. washerwoman, house Howard, n. £j 

g Chapman place % 

© Armstrong Mary A. widow of Wm. C. h. 24 Cherry £2. 

*§ Armstrong Rebeca Mrs. house 63 Sixth i" - 

g Armstrong Samuel, cooper (5 Commercial wharf, B.), house 

3 63 Sixth g 

O Armstrong Thomas, cement pipe-maker, h. n. G. J. R. R. 5 

m Armstrong Wm. butcher, h. 189 Spruce m 

M Armstrong Wm. M. cooper (5, Commercial wharf, B.), bds. Wq 

g 63 Sixth g ft 

jjj Arnold George, coal (86 Water, B.), h. 58 Mt. Auburn g* , 

Arnold George Henry, freight agent, boards Arnold's, 58 Mt. P <1 

Jxj Auburn L. 

Arnold John H. private school, Appian Way, house r. Han- ^ 

M cock, near Harvard hj 

5 Arnold Joseph W. agent (B.), house 5 Park ^ 

Arnold Robert, glass-cutter, h. 46 Austin £3 

Arnold Samuel S. hide and leather dealer (12 Matthews,B.), w 

house 741 Main gjs 

Arnold Thomas, carpenter, bds. 49 Auburn ^ 

oq Artesane A. shoemaker, house 1 Daye avenue q 

ri Ashburner Annie Miss,- house Kirkland, opposite Preston Z 

O Ashburner Grace Miss, house Kirkland, opposite Preston £> 

*3 Ashburner Samuel, engineer, h. 26 Trowbridge, ^ 

*g Ashcroft Joseph, carver, house 67 Washington § 

ri Ashworth Daniel, moulder, h. 67 Spring p 

" Ashton Henry G. (mechanical draftsman), h. Vine, n. Sixth £> 

bD Asmond Augustus, sugar refiner, h. Ill Spring, near Fifth. ^ 

,9 Athearn Lydia R. house Essex, n. Austin Cg 

£5 Atherton Herrick, cooper, 140 Spring 5 

gj Atkins Alexander, bar-tender, bds. 110 Otis g 

Atkins Donald, carriage maker, Henderson Bros.' boards g 

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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c. JOHN 
J. H0RGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 
Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [A] DIRECTORY. 



Atkins Reuben (Atkins & Munroe), saloon, 111 Caihbridge, 
Atkins Silas H. grocer, house 85 Gore [h. Gore 

Atkins Will J. box-maker, h. 563 Main 
Atkins William, carpenter, 69 Gore, house 85 Gore 
Atkins & Munroe (Reuben Atkins and Nathaniel W. Mun- 
roe), lager beer and lunch room, 111 Cambridge 
Atkins Donley, carriage maker, h. 26 Charles River 
Atkinson Frank, clerk, (B.), bds. 3 Holly 
Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, h. 10 Appian Way 
Atkinson Richard P. machinist, house 3 Holly 
Attner Thomas, tailor (Temple place, B.), h. 6 Watson 
Atwill Emeline N. widow John B. h. Russell, cor. North 

avenue 

Atwood Benjamin F. book-keeper (172 Devonshire, B.), h. 

Thorndike, between Fourth and Fifth [bridge 

Atwood Charles H. ticket-master, B. L. R. R. h. 136 Cam- 

Atwood David, oyster-dealer (32 Faneuil Hall Sq. B,) h. 2 

Seaver Place 
Atwood P21iza M. widow Stephen, house 8 Hamilton 
Atwood Ephraim, book-keeper (27 Court,B.),h. 81 Thorndike 
Atwood Lyman W. vegetable pedler, h. 8 Hamilton 

Atwood , machinist, house 170 Norfolk 

Aubrey Alonzo, tinsmith, bds. 104 Main 

Aubrey S. tinsmith, bds. 104 Main 

Auerbach Maximillian, (public library B.), h. 49 Cherry 

Auger Edward D. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 113 Elm 

August Peter, carpenter, house 114 Court 

Aulbach Adam, currier, bds. Lentche's, North avenue 

Austin Charles A. brush-maker (86 Chardon, B.), house 71 

Austin James R. cabinet maker, 10 Holly place [Spring 

Austin Laurel, teamster, George B. James', h. East, n. Bridge 

Austin Susan S. Mrs. widow R. T. h. Linnsean, n. Bowdoin 

Averell Leonard M. book-keeper, bds. 26 Webster 

Averill Charles H. clerk, house rear 74 Washington 

Averill Geary C. carpenter, h. 22 Lopez 

Averill Joseph, carpenter (B.), h. 183 Hampshire 

Averill Joseph W. warden at almshouse, Tannery 

Avery Charles B. shipper (B.), bds. 32 Broadway 

Avery George, slater h. Jefferson, corner Warren 

Avery Harris, slater, h. twelfth in Willow place 

Avery John, teamster, house 32 Broadway 

Avery Solon E. clerk, bds. 33 Fourth 

Axtman John, brass-finisher, h. 46 Spring 

Ayer , carver, h. rear 144 Spring 

BDRDITT & WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
if Builders is called to our very large stock and complete as- 



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AND RICH 

We make no pretension of having " the largest and best 
stock of Furniture in Boston," or "in the country," 
which we are selling at " twenty per cent less than man- 
ufacturers' prices," but would respectfully say that we 
have 

as Good and Well Selected a Stock op 

FURNITURE 

AND 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

as can be found in any establishment in Boston, or else- 
where, and we guarantee our prices 

SHALL BE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. 
Special attention given to 

DRAPERY & CURTAIN WORK, 

by Mr. Prichard, who has had large experience, and for 
twelve years was with Messrs. Lawson & Harrington, so 
long and favorably known to the citizens of Boston and 
vicinity. 

All are invited to visit our Warerooms and see for them- 
selves the quantity, QUALITY, STYLE and FINISH of 
our work. 

BUCKLEY, BANCROFT, & BOYDEN, 

503 <£ 511 Washington Street, Boston. 



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peries, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 



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Ayers Andrew J. carpenter, h. 13 Rockwell 
Ayers Charles D. machinist, house 121 .Cambridge 
Ayers Geo. C. pianoforte worker, h. 29 Harvard 
Ayers William F. cabinet maker, h. 62 Spring 
Aylward James R. (James AylWard & Bros.), provisions, 
6 Gore, house do. [6 Gore, h. do. 

Aylward Richard (James R. Aylward & Bros, provisions, 
Aylward James R. & Bros. (James R. & Richard), pro- 
visions, 6 Gore 
Aylward William J. carpenter, h. Harvey, opp. Clay 

BABBIDGE LEVI F. at Doe & Hunnewell's, h. Winter, 

n. Fifth 
Babbitt Albert, bronzer (B.), h. 105 Prospect 
Babcock Finley R. carpenter, bds. 104 Main 
Babcock Frank H. varnish manuf. bds. Green, cor. Magazine 
Babcock John, copal varnish manuf. h. 84 Green 
Babcock Lysander F. varnish maker, bds. 84 Green 
Bacchus Ellen Mrs. h. 76 Harvard 
Backoff John, currier, bds. Dublin 

Bacon Allen J. Bedding's, Russia salve, h. 163 Broadway 
Bacon Fred, book-keeper (B.), h. 1. Lee 
Bacon Henry A. mason and drainpipe dealer, basement St. 

John's Institute Hall, r. 79 Cambridge, h. 116 Thorndike 
Bacon John D. tailor (91 Devonshire, B.), h. 20 Elm 
Bacon Leonard, instructor, House [of Correction, house 158 

Thorndike [Bacon's, North ave. 

Bacon Leonard B. machinist, Fitchburg R. R. Co. boards 
Bacon Lucy A. widow of Warren, house 17 Lee 
Bacon Martha Mrs. h. North ave. cor. Dover [Chester 

Bacon M. Clinton, shoes (Tremont Row, B.), bds. Kingsley's, 
Bacon W. Frank, gold-beater (33 Hawkins, B.), h. 30 Lee 
Badger George A. clerk (Badger & Batcheller's), boards 

Derby House 
Badger Samuel A. (Badger & Batcheller), furniture manu£ 

Bridge, near Craigie's bridge, bds. Derby House 
Badger & Batcheller (Samuel A. Badger and Edwin H. 

Batcheller), furniture manufs. Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge 
Bagley Cornelius, teamster, h. 22 Reed 
Bagley Thomas, glass-blower, bds 104 Tremont 
Bailey Alfred, mason, h. on the marsh, nr. Fort Washington 
Bailey Alonzo E. clerk (Weeks & Potter's, B.), h. 28 Coggs- 

well avenue 
Bailey Geo. E. teamster, h. 113 Webster avenue 
Bailey George W. printer, house 17 Brooks 

WARREN'S PHOTOGRAPHS, Post-Office Building-, Cambridgeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bailey H. B. shoe manuf. (57 Hanover, B.), h. 26 Essex ci 

Bailey Henry, painter, house 31 Front JJ 
Bai ey Isaac W. carpenter, Green, n. Pleasant, h. 88 Auburn 

Bailey Isaiah, mason, house near Fort Washington § 

Bailey Jacob L. stoves and tinware and new and second- g, 

hand furniture, 67 Cambridge and North Second, house P 

South Second, cor. Otis 

Bailey Lewis, laborer, h. Union, near Hampshire ^ 

Bailey Samuel W. clerk 67 Cambridge, h. So. Second, c. Otis © 



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Washington [bridge 

Bailey William, fireman, L. R. R. h. Lechmere bldg. Cam- 
Bailey William H. (C. C. Priest & Co.), wood dealer (152 

Congress B.), h. Cottage, near Milk 
Baird Lewis, machinist, h. 12 Meacham [Clinton 

Baker Adah W. Miss, teacher, Boardman primary, house 26 
Baker Arven, laborer, h. 62 Pearl 

Baker Arven T. engineer, Bird's iron foundry, h. 62 Pearl 
Baker Benjamin Mrs. h. 91 Gore 
Baker Betsey N. widow, h. 4 Austin place 
Baker Catherine C.Mrs, h. North avenue, cor. Holmes' place 
Baker Charles F. ice-cream saloon, 3J Hamilton place (B.), 

h. 31 Windsor 
Baker Charles T. teamster, h. 93 Sixth [block 

Baker Cornelia, widow of George h. Wheatland, Cambridge 
Baker Eben, milkman, h. 15 Park 
Baker Edgar P. clerk, Sam'l James's, boards 2 Norfolk 
Baker Edward L. pattern maker, h. winter, near Fifth t 
Baker Freeman, fancy goods, h. 41 Pearl 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs. h. 26 Clinton 
Baker James A. moulder, Lechmere block. ' 
Baker James K. clerk, Main, bds. 29 River 
Baker John F. britannia worker, F. Draper & Co.'s, house q 

Gore, near Fifth 
Baker Joshua S. teamster, h. Second, near Gore 
Baker Josiah S. paver, h. 45 Broadway [Columbia 

Baker Moore (Baker & Son), grocer, Cherry, cor. Main, h. 54 
Baker Osborn H. polisher at Hixon's, h. 19 Pine 
Baker Thos. G. clerk (B.), bds. Mrs. Chandler's, Smith's 

block, North avenue. [10 Windsor 

Baker Wm. A. (M. Baker & Son), grocer, 421 Main, boards 
Baker Wm. L. baker, h. 29 Green 

Baker Wm. S. currier, h. 377 Cambridge [Main 

Baker & Son (Moore and Wm. Baker), grocers, Cherry, cor. 
Balch John H. watchman, University press, bds. Kent's Hotel 

sortment of Builders' Hardware, suitable for houses of the highest 
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Marquetrie Work, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 



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Balch Moses*B. watch-maker and jeweller, 575 Main, h. 48 

Austin 
Balch Moses P. watch-maker, Main, cor. Norfork, h. 72 Inman 
Balcom Frank, works on stone, h.jLechmere blk. junc. Bridge 
Balcom Frank M. stone-cutter, h. Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Balcom Reuben, painter (B.), h. 73 Washington 
Baldwin Benjamin G. bds. J. "W. Baldwin's, North avenue 
Baldwin David, laborer, h. 30 Gore [North ave. 

Baldwin Edward E. clerk (25 North Market, B.), h. 114 
Baldwin James W. provision dealer (25 North Market, B.), 

h. 114 North avenue 
Baldwin Patrick, fireman in sugar house, h. 19 Third 
Baldwin Peter L. letter carrier, house 25 Washington 
Baldwin Richard, carpenter, b'ds. Purcell's, 27 Mt. Auburn 
Baldwin Win. F. tinsmith, b. 22 Garden [cor. Spring 

Ball Edward, glass-blower, Bay State Glass Co. h. Fourth, 
Ball Elijah, h. 51 Pine [Linnehan's blk. Third 

Ball Hezekiah, laborer (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h. 4 
Ball Joseph G. baker, 1 Austin, h. 3 do. 
Ball Joseph G. house Suffolk, near Norfolk 
Ball Michael, glass-maker, h. 15 Winter 
Ball Samuel, shoe-maker, h. Montgomery 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, house De Wolf, corner Mill 
Ballam Alexander jr. painter, boards De Wolf, cor. Mill 
Ballou E. A. Mrs. house 40 Western avenue [ave. 

Ballou Edward F. jeweller (112 Court B.), h. 40 Western 
Ballou George, painter, house Coggswell avenue 
Ballou J. E. printer, h. 40 Western avenue 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, h. 259 Mt. Auburn 
Bancroft Edward, trader, house 17 Sydney 
Bancroft Joel C. express office, Porter's Hotel, h. do. 
Bane Hannah Mrs. bds. 43 Brookline 

Bane John W. Mrs. widow, h. 13 Norfolk [380 Harvard 
Brancroft Joseph H. paper hangings, (21 Hanover B.), h. 
Bandorff , engineer, Fisher's tannery, h. North avenue, 

cor. tannery 
Banfield Thomas E. mason, h. Charles, n. Fifth 
Bang Jacob N. Mrs. h. 84 Windsor 
Bangs C. W. chair-painter, (B.), h. 121 Thorndike 
Bangs Barnabas, book-keeper (11 Constitution wharf B.), 

house 794 Main 
Bangs Deborah K. widow, house 263 Harvard 
Banister John F. cabinet maker, bds. 15 Myrtle place 
Banks Henry, carpenter, h. 33 Baldwin 
Banks John, baker, h. Hasting's, n. Brewery 

WARREN'S PHOTOGRAPHS, Post-Office Building-, Cambridgeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 

Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Banks Parker, clerk, Boyden's, Brattle square, bds. Stratton's 

Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Bannan James, house Cambridge, cor. Hideout 
Baptiste John, laborer, h. 108 Spruce 
Barber Edw. bread-driver, h. 105 Spring 
Barber Robt. moulder, Bird's iron foundry, h. 182 Harvard 
Barbour Frank H. (Shawmut Bank, B.), bds. 12 Ellery 
Barbour James H. clerk (70 Fulton, B.), h. Story cor. Mt. 

Auburn 
Barbour James S. clerk, gas-works, h. 9 Ellery 
Barbour John N. house 33 Franklin 

Barbour Wm. S. (W. S. Barbour & A. Hodges), civil engi- 
neer and surveyor, 563 Main and (36 Merchants Bank 

Building, 28 State, B.), h. 14 Cottage 
Barden John, carpenter, h. 153 Otis 
Bargron Octave, teamster, house 41 Garden 
Barker Alex A. foreman Mt. Auburn, h. at Watertown 
Barker Charles E. painter, house 145 Main 
Barker Charles H. clerk for Prof. Agassiz, h. Old Cambridge 
Barker Chester E. house 145 Main 

Barker Edmond P. life ins. (106 Washington, B.) h. 4 Centre 
Barker Henry A. salesman (19 Milk B.), h. 125 Tnorndike 
Barker Hugh T. workman, for Clark, confectioner 552 Main 
Barker James M. attorney, Whitney's, building, 23 Brattle 

sq. boards Rev. F. A. Foxcroft's, 17 Arlington 
Barker John, carpenter, house 89 Concord avenue 
Barker Joseph, watchman, house 65 Elm 
Barker J. P. Boston stamping Co. Main, near Court 
Barker Robert, blacksmith, house East Perry, near Pearl 
Barker Thomas, cabinet maker, house Murdock, near Gardner 
Barker William, japanner, boards 104 Main 
Barker William H. laborer, house 27 Vine, near Fourth 
Barlow Edward (junk dealer), house 196 Norfolk 
Barlow porter, house Elm, corner Hampshire 

Barpard Anna B. widow, house Franklin 
Barnard George, cabinetmaker, 600 Main, h. Hasting's, near 

Brewery 
Barnard Thomas L. (G. T. Barney & Co. ), perfumery (68 

Congress, B.), house 46 Trowbridge 
Barnes David H, clerk, 534 Main, bds.W. Barnes's, Kinnard 
Barnes Edward, painter, boards 24 Dunster 
Barnes John, teller, (Merchants National Bank, 28 State, 

B.), house 31 Bowdoin 
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Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
Lashes for sale at lowest prices, wholesale and retail. 



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and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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-g Barnes Lawrence (Skillings, Whitney Bros. & Barnes), ~ 

O lumber dealer, Prison Point, house at Burlington, Vt. M 

ffl Barnes Lemuel H. overseer (tube wks. Somerville), house O 

66 Brighton ** 

u Barnes William, house Kinnard, near River ^ 

,2 Barnes William H. seaman, house Walnut ct 2 

P* Barnet John, laborer, house Clay, near Spruce y 

q Barney Adam, boot-maker, boards 212 Cambridge ^ 

^ Barney John, carriage painter, boards 40 Brookline g 

d Barnicoat George F. cabinet maker, Beal & Hooper's, house © 

© 130 Spring g 

£"■ Baro James, laborer, house Jackson jjj* T 

03 Barr Peter, book-binder, house 74 Pearl ^ 

£j Barr Theodore, sculptor, house 64 Thorndike £ © 

rQ Barrett Andrew, laborer, house Suffolk, near Columbia q,h$ 

9 Barrett Bridget, Mrs. house 8 North . "* 

2 Barrett Edward, laborer, house Jefferson, near Warren en 5' 

q Barrett Edward G. clerk, Adams' express, h. 4 Amory place r/j q 

„ Barrett Edwin S, com. mer. (96 Milk, B.), house Hancock, £ P 

M near Broadway p " 

^ Barrett Frederick O. clerk, Adams' express, boards Barrett's, |3 O 

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Barrett James, florist, boards 3 Oak g* 

pj Barrett Johanna, widow, John, house 7 Lechmere place SSg 

Barrett John, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge JJ 

M Barrett Michael (Dwyer & Barrett), leather dealer, (139 ©O 

2 Summer, B.), house 86 Green * ,g 

?j Barrett Oliver, pianoforte maker, house 112 Inman, Wp 

" Barrett Richard, laborer, house rear Bridge,opposite Mansion § 3. 

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g Barrett William, laborer, house Warren, corner Jefferson P g 

§ Barrett Wm. H. laborer, J. H. Squire & Co.'s, h. 25 Fourth ' g. 

5 Barrett Wm. M. physician, 189 Cambridge 

£ Barrett , baker, rooms 100 Gore 

d Barrington George T. gate-keeper, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, gj 

p2 boards 9 Irving place q 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, house 9 Irving place 

&fl Barron E. laborer, house 83 Vine ^ 

•th Barron Hermon A. C. brush-maker (B.), house 8 School 

+» Barron Martin, driver of breadcart, boards 171 Cambridge • Q 

Pn Barron Richard B. boarding house, ,53 Fourth i^ 

^ Barron Richard B. jr. B. & L. R. R. boards 53 Fourth & 

© Barrows James E. printer, house Norfolk ^ 

«m Barrows Orrin R. driver, house 102 Mt. Auburn ^ 

© Barry David, teamster, house 57 Spruce c-j 



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Barry Eben, carpenter, h. Putnam place, near Western ave. 

Barry James, marble polisher (B.), house 52 Charles 

Barry James, tinsmith, house rear 20 Brighton 

Barry James D. salesman (159 Wash. B.), h. Ill Magazine 

Barry John, carriage painter, boards 40 Brookline 

Barry John, bar-tender (B.), house 16 North 

Barry John Francis, book -binder, house 111 Magazine 

Barry Martin, house 220 Harvard 

Barrry Matthew, marble polisher, house 44 Washington 

Barry Michael, plasterer, house Broadway, near Fayette 

Barry Patrick, laborer, house 40 Brookline 

Barry Philip, tailor, boards 2 Brooks 

Barry Richard, laborer, house 5 Water 

Barry Robert, laborer, house 5 Water 

Barry Timothy, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge 

Barry Wm. H. carpenter, h. Putnam place 

Barry William J. reporter, Boston Post, house 133 Thorndike 

Barthelmess Anton ; confectioner (B.), h. Warren, near 

Cambridge 
Bartholomew Susan W.- widow, Edwin,h. 71 Inman 
Bartlett Bela N. millwright (93 Merrimack, B.), h. 145 Otis 
Bartlett Benj. F. periodical dealer, (B.) h. 19 Washington 
Bartlett David C. gardner, h. 55 Essex 
Bartlett Edward E. (Holman's, 21 Salem, B.), bds. 3 State 
Bartlett Geo. L. h. 48 Austin 

Bartlett Horace S. druggist, Harvard sq. h. 6 Story 
Bartlett James N. Cambridge, h. 35 Seventh 
Bartlett John, book-seller and publisher (110 Washington, 

B.), h. Brattle, cor. Lowell 
Bartlett Joseph G: printer, L. S. Learned & Co's, h. 45 Erie 
Bartlett Wm. grease-collector, h. Willow place 
Barton Artemas, officer House Correction, bds. jailor's 
Bartley Clara Miss, teacher, bds. 86 Cambridge 
Barton John, jeweller (B.), h. 42 Austin, n. Douglas 
Bascom Wm. B. book-keeper (B.), h. 183 Main [Sixth 

Bass Jonathan H. boot-maker, 23 North Third, h. 93 South 
Bassett Alexander, mechanic, h. 58 Market 
Bassett Alf. machinist; 882 and 888 Main, bds. 58 Market 
Bassett Charles, express, h. 2 Brewery 
Batchelder Albert W. carpenter, h. 8 Village 
Batchelder Eldridge A. £L restaurant (Eastern Depot, B.), 

h. 151 Franklin 
Batchelder John G. book -binder, h. 8 Prince 
Batchelder John M. civil engineer (16 Pemberton square, 

B.), house 3 Divinity avenue 

BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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Batchelder Samuel, house 94 Brattle, cor. Ash 

O Batchelder Samuel, jr. counsellor (16 Pemberton sq. B.), h. 
W h Hilliard 

- Batchelder Samuel D. clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 11 River 

g Batcheller Chas. F. clerk (B.), h. 175 Main 

,5 Batcheller Edwin H. clerk (B.), h. 175 Main 

P< Bate Chas. H. foreman University Press, h. 22 "Wallace 

Q Bateman Wm. H. cabinet maker (Harrison ave. B.), house 
•^ Lechmere blk. Bridge 

d Bates Benj. F. brass-finisher, h. 2 Short 

§ Bates Charles, clerk (27 Winter, B.), h. 15 Mellen 

H Bates Charlotte F. Miss, teacher, bds. Ellery, n. Main 

w BATES EDWARD, plumber, 4 Hyde's block, Main, house 
g rear 82 Green [Pearl 

,q Bates Edward B. book-keeper (17 Kilby, B.), bds. Main near 

2 Bates Eliza Mrs. house Ellery, near Main [h. 582 Main, 

«* Bates Erastus C. (Davis & Bates), grain dealer, 559 Main 

q Bates Erastus C. jr. clerk, bds. 582 Main 

Bates Esther A. Mrs. widow William, h. 45 Brattle 

M Bates Fletcher, book-keeper (Traders' National Bank, B.), 
q house 10 Ellery 

H Bates George, clerk (105 Hanover, B.), bds. 73 Brattle 

A* Bates Geo. W. machinist and engineer, h. 112 Auburn 

• Bates George W. furniture and crockery ware, 489 Main, h. 
W 162 Harvard [line 

y Bates James C. clerk (97 Wash. B.), h. Franklin, n. Brook- 

£5 Bates James E. lawyer (42 Court, B.), h. 19 Church 

<J Bates James V. h. 19 Church 

p3 Bates John S. dry goods, 587 Main, h. 24 Shepard 

fn Bates Thomas, machinist, h. 4 Holly pi. 

Bates Walter, machinist, bds. 4 Holly pi. 

qq Bates William, mason, boards 73 Brattle 

d Bates William, Mrs. widow, house 73 Brattle 

§ Bates Wm. H. last-maker, h. 107 Windsor 

*3 Battis Leonard, agent, house 13 Jay 

"g Battles William, mer. (B.), h. 72 Allston 

c3 Batty Benj. currier, h. 43 Reed 

" Baty William, laborer, h. 15 Walnut court 

bp Baur Frederick, varnisher, h. 198 Cambridge 

BAUMEISTER AUGUSTUS, plumber, Brighton, corner 
Brattle, house 10 Howard 

gj Baxter Robert, glass-cutter, house 190 Hampshire 

Bay State Brick Co. Spruce, near Jackson, office (17 Pern- 
's berton square, B.) 

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. MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c. JOHN 
J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 
Bridge. . 

CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bay State Glass Co., Bridge street, bet. Third and Fourth 
salesrooms (54 Kilby, B.) [760 Main h. 133 Austin 
BAYLEY AUGUSTUS R. apothecary, 3 Hyde's block, 
Bayley Frank A. student, h. 133 Austin 
Beadle R. M. carpenter, bds. 10 Elliot 

Beal Alexander (Beal & Hooper), furniture manuf. Cam- 
bridge, near First, h. (B.) 
Beal Sophia N. wid. David, h. 106 Auburn 
Beal & Hooper (Alexander Beal and Geo. K. Hooper), fur- 
niture manufacturers, Cambridge, u. First, warerooms 
(3 and 4 Holmes' block, Haymarket square, B.) 
Beaman Chas. C. clergyman, house Frost, near Forest 
Beaman Geo. H. (Beaman Bros.), com. mer. (230 State,B.), 

h. 20 Ash 
Beaman Harriet, wid. Ezra, h. 35 Brookline 
Beaman Nathaniel P. (Beaman Bros.), (com. mer 230 State, 

h. 20 Ash 
Beaman Win. S. student, H. U., boards Frost, near Forest 
Bean Alvin T. clerk, B. A. Brown's, b. 11 Gardner 
Bean Benj. box-maker, Page's, bds. 1 Pioneer pi. 
Bean Henry Otis, freight-conductor, L. R. R. h. 151 Gore 
Bean Jas. S. grocer, 149 Windsor, h. do. 
Bean John, clerk (B.), b. 149 Windsor 
Bean Mary Miss, h. 15, Cottage [visions, 908 Main 

Beane Bros. (Enoch Beane and Horace G. Beane), pro- 
Beane Enoch (Beane Bros.), provisions, h. 6 Trowbridge 
Beane Geo. At clerk, Beane Bros., b. Enoch Beane's 
Beane Horace G. (Beane Bros.), provisions, h. at Waltham 
Bearce Geo. W. moulder at Henry Bird's, h. 121 Harvard 
Beard Chas. R. boiler maker, Kendall & Roberts', h. 1 Pio- 
neer place 
Beard Chas. R. jr. machinist, b. 1 Pioneer place 
Beath J. E. (Beath Bros.), carpenter, bds. Porter's Hotel, 

North avenue 
Beath T. P. (Beath Bros.), carpenter, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Beath Bros. (T. P. and J. E.), carpenters, North Cambridge 
Bebelten John, gardner, bds. 3 Oak 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, h. 117 Spruce 

Beck Joseph, teamster, h. 12 Fifth [Putnam 

BECKER FRANK, florist, Main, opp. Ellery, h. Green, n. 
Becker Sarah, wid. A. C. h. 7 Putnam [cor. Columbia 

Beckett Chas. P. book-keeper (75 Broad, B.), h. Broadway, 
Beckett David, carpenter, h. Brighton, n. Huckins' mill 
Beckett Margarett Mrs. h. Brighton, n. Huckins' mill 
Beckett Richard, laborer, h. Brighton, cor. Eliot 

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O Beds Geo. F. butcher, h. 43, Winter os 

W Beedle Melville C. ship-joiner (Navy Yard, Charlestown), m, 

•» h. 4 Shepherd's bl'k. cor. River hj 

O Bejsrs Hiram S. printer, h. 24 Howard .j 

,2 Beers Joseph S. clerk (161 Blackstone, B.), boards Western q 

£* ave. near Jay £ 

q Began Patrick, currier, house 222 Franklin fa 

Belcher Chas. F. confectioner, Harvard sq. h. Holmes' place 

Belcher Edward F. clerk, 18 Brattle S 

© Belcher Geo. G. sign-painter and dealer in picture-frames, § 

EH 523 Main, h. 499 do. ^£ 

M Belcher Geo. W. carriage painter, h. 5 Auburn court CO 

^ Belcher Geo. W. pattern maker, Shawmut iron works, h. 45 p <j 

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Q Belcher John Mrs. house Holmes' place ^*£t 

c3 Belcher J03. W. moulder, Bird's iron foundry, h. 15 State <fei-u 

q Belcher William, cabinet maker, house 63 Concord avenue P 

^ Belches D. M. salesman (B.), h. 34 Wendell 2*0 

y Belches John W. clerk, h. 34 Wendell g g 

O Bell Edmund B. inspector Gas Co. bds L. J. Cloyes', Church m 

H Bell Joseph G. jeweller (89 Washington, B.), h. 47 Mt. Au- g <? 

* bum [Charles ^g 

• Bell Robert, glass-presser, Union Glass Works, h. Sixth, nr. CQq 

H Bell Samuel Rev. h. 137 Otis Hg 

Bell Wm. teamster, bds. Getchell's, Stone's blk. Blackstone © 

Bellen Robert, laborer, h. 75 Elm 5* d 

^ Bellis William J. mason, h. rear Bolton, n. Clay Pit y^ 

q» Belluchi A. carpenter, house 2 Day avenue O Jj 

pui Belluchi Angelo, boards Warland, near Magazine S- p- 

Belman Andrew, butcher, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge § B 

^ Beluche John, binder, Riverside press, h. 1 Daye avenue ■ p 

g Bemis George Mrs. house 32 Short f 

§ Bemis Richard, switcher, h. Charles, near Court 

^ Benard Jos. glass-blower, house 133 Windsor Q 

-g Bender Antone, varnisher, bds. 161 Broadway W 

§ Benigan John, plumber, 627 Main, bds. Harvard, n. Columbia P 

Ph Benjamin John, carpenter, boards 127 Prospect . 

^0 Bennett Bernard, boot and shoe-maker, Cambridge, n. Windsor ^ 

H Bennett Daniel, carpenter., house 78 Spring 

j*| Bennett James, clerk, boards 90 Washington [Main 

gj Bennet James H. (19 No. Market, B.), bds. W. A. Bullard's, £ 

Bennett Martin, laborer, h. Ill Spring 2 

"g Bennett Wilder, mason, house 80 Thorndike jS 

jg Benney Nathaniel, proof-reader, Riverside, h. 21 Walnut 02 

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Bennink Adrian W. printer, John Ford & Son's, boards 50 

Austin 
Bennink Cornelius G. H. dry goods 581 Main, h. 25 Amory pi. 
Bennink Gerritt J. carpenter, house Austin, corner Douglass 
Bennink Leonard, clerk, D. W. Hyde's, bds. 50 Austin 
Benson Albert S. box-maker, Page's, boards 12 Douglass 
Benson Amori, policeman, house 159 Bridge 
Benson Henry J. H. (Benson & Waller), hair-dresser, 117 

Cambridge, h. do. 
Benson John M. carpenter, house 128 Harvard 
Benson & Waller (Henry J. H. Benson and John A. Waller), 
hair-dressers, 117 Cambridge [block, Charles River 

Bent Charles R. printer, University Press, house 7 Shepherd's 
Bent George H. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 168 Main, 

b. N. Bent's, 1U Brattle 
Bent John H. clerk, Woodward's, North ave. bds. Russell 
Bent Newell, house 164 Brattle, near Lowell 
Bently John H. house Third, cor. Cambridge 
Benz George, sausage maker, house Sixth, near Vine 
Berard Louis, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Berdeen Andrew J. carver, boards 96 Spring 
Bergen Kieran, plasterer, house 1 88 Hampshire 
Bergeron August, currier, house Dublin 
Bergeron Peter, currier, house Clay, near Cedar 
Berlyn Philip P. pedler, house 34 Auburn 
Bernard John H. book-binder, house 12 Jay 
Bero James, iceman, house Jackson, near Spruce 
Bero Joseph, farmer, h. Clifton, near Spruce 
Bero Louis, farmer, h. 85 Spruce 
Berry A. Caroline Mrs. nurse, house 44 Austin 
Berry Charles E. machinist, bds. 61 Third 
Berry Charles 1L clerk, house Cambridge, near Seventh 
Berry George G. carpenter, house 107 Pleasant 
Berry R. W. clerk A. R. Smith's, North ave. c. Walden, h. do. 
Berry James H. carpenter, b. 61 Third 

Berry John A. night-watchman, U. R. R. stable, h. 5 Gray ct. 
Berry John E. joiner, house 107 Pleasant 
Berry John G. piano-forte maker, boards 61 Third 
Berry Mary, clerk (Halliday's library, B), bds. 79 Oxford 
Berry Minnie, copyist, College library, H. U. bds. 79 Oxford 
Berry William B. carpenter, bds. 61 Third 
Berry W^m. B. tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. Williams, n. Pearl 
Berry Wm. B. tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. Williams, n. Pearl 
Berry & Co. (Wm. Berry & W. T. Richmond), wool deter- 
gent manufs. Main, near junc. Broadway, L. P. 
Bertsch Stephen, brass-finisher, T. S. Hudson's, h. 31 Seventh 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
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§ Bertseh William, marble worker, bds. 31 Seventh © 

PQ Bertwell Jas. C. picture-frame moulder, h. 41 Reed S- 

., Berwick Cornelius G. h. 5 Armory £5 

g Berwick L. C. Mrs. h. Araory, near Summer 
c3 Bess Joseph, laborer, house 84 Harvard 
CL| Best Andrew, cigars, house Otis, near Eighth 

Best John, brass-finisher (B.), bds. 34 Clark 

Best Thomas, house 160 Otis 



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Bettinson John W. carpenter, bds. Mrs. Russell's, 33 Bow §. 

£h Bettinson Mehitable, widow, h. Brookline, n. Franklin ^ 

Bettinson Wm. H. book-binder, McDonald & Sons', boards o 

$4 Brookline, n. Franklin p* 

2 Betts William, stair-builder, house 22 School & 
d Beunke Leon G. Mrs. h. 129 Washington 

cj Bickford Thos. ice-dealer, house 30 Columbia Q 

*3 Bicknell Edwin, assistant, Zoological Museum,Mjoards C. P. H 

*■' Illsley's, 11 Summer O 

±? Bidwell Ira G. Rev. (Methodist), house 84 Prospect Wg 

q Bieler Jacob C. carver, house 239 Broadway m S 

pq Bigelow Alanson jr. jeweller (331 Washington, B.), h. 265 o 

P-i Harvard [1 Forest P d 

. Bigelow Jonathan, produce dealer (23 North Market, B.) , h. 

W Bigelow Marshall T. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, Uni- O 

M versity Press, Brattle sq. house Craigie 2 

& Bigelow Melville, lawyer, h. 11 Amory S 

Bigelow Samuel, h. 15 Sumner S 

Biggers Stephen, paper hanger, h. 14 Seventh §j 

pq Biggers Wm. O. paper hanger, h. 147 Gore ^ 

Bigley Daniel, horse-trainer, 66 River, h. do. ™ 

. Bignoll Harriet, widow, house 200 Harvard O 

g Bill Frank C. salesman (1 Winthrop sq. B.), h. Centre, opp. P 

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2 Billings Clarence H. merchant tailor, 430 Harvard, h. 191 do. fe 

j| Billings John, bed-spring maker, boards 390 Main p 

rt Billings Lillieore, wid. Erailius G. h. 16 Short 

pj Billings Lyman K. book-keeper, 600 Main, b. 191 Harvard & 

Billings Uriah, h. 191 Harvard jft 

|f Bingham Frank J. clerk (B.), h. rear 82 Green OT 

•£ Bingham Oscar N. plumber, h. rear 82 Green g 

."E Bingham Sarah A. widow Oscar, h. rear 82 Green - 
fr Binney Barnabas, collector (77 Kjlby, B.), house 102 Otis 



Binney Barnabas, jr. (Binney & Co. 77 Kilby, B.) h. 95 g 
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Binney Benjamin, paper manufacturer, h. 102 Otis 
Bird George, house 199 Harvard [house at Somerville 

BIRD HENRY M. iron founder, Broadway, cor. Dock, 
Bird Hermon (Bird & Whittemore),real estate and ins. agent, 

547 Main (and 36 Washington, B.), h. 547 Main 
Bird James, cabinet maker, h. 70 Hastings 
BIRD & WHITTEMORE (Hermon Bird and Joseph 

Whittemore), real estate and ins. agts. 547 Main, and 

(36 Washington B.) 
Bishop Ann Miss, h. 71 Green 
Bishop Joel P. lawyer, h. Sacramento, n. Crescent 
Bishop Julia A. wid. of John H. h. 184 Cambridge 
Bishop Sarah E. wid. Henry, h. 77 Inman 
Bitch Peter, marble worker, h. 114 Spring 
Bixby Benoni (Bixby & Cole), pile-drivers, tool house E. C. 

bridge, h. at Somerville 
Bixby & Cole (Benoni Bixby & Erastus E. Cole), pile dri- 
vers, tool house E. C. bridge 
Bixby Charles H. student, bds. Lester's, 56 Shepard 
Bixby Eben F. piano-forte action maker, D. Osborn's, State, 

bds. 92 Auburn 
Bixby Elizabeth C. Mrs. house 39 Brattle 
Bixby Hiram A. machinist, h. 97 Washington 
Black James, clerk, New Haven, bds. 11 Suffolk 
Black James, cabinet maker, h. 73 Hastings 
Black James, pedler, h. eighth in Willow place 
Black James, paper hanger, 522 Main, h. 360 Broadway 
BLACK JAMES WALLACE, photographer (163 and 173 

Washington, B.), h. 17 Norton 
Black John, H. binder, Riverside Press, h. 159 Main 
Black John M. accountant, Burrage, Shepherd & Co's, house 

98 Main 
Black Julia E. wid. Robert, h. 33 Bow 
Black William, tinsmith (Charlestown), h. 159 Main 
Blackburn Thomas, carriage maker, F. Ivers', bds. Somerville 

Black , hair-dresser, bds. Wendell, n. Carver 

Blacklock Ann M. widow, house 19 Sydney [Boston 

Blacker James E. clerk, Walter S. Blanchard's, East, h. South 
Blackman Horace P. organ maker (235 Cambridge, B.), h. 

Pleasant, cor. Franklin 
Blackman Wm. R. planer, h. 167 Cambridge 
Blackstock Frances Mrs. h. 8 Broadway 
Blackwood Joseph, h. 5 Shepard [bds. Atwill's, Russell 

Blagdon Philip F. clerk, A. R. Smith's, North ave. n. Walden 

BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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" Blaikie John, boat-builder, h. 24 Charles River Ha 

£ Blaikie Thomas, carpenter, h. Hampshire, n. Atwood'a cor. § 

O Blair James, driver, h. foot Dunster 

5 Blaisdell Catherine Mrs. h. Cambridge, n. Seventh *g 
" Blaisdell Charles P. cabinet maker h. 142 Thorndike pj 
q Blaisdell D. Henry, overseer, Union R. R. stable, Cambridge P 
'cl Blaisdell Ezra R. teamster, h. 18 Seventh 

d Blaisdell Geo. J. upholsterer, h. Gerry, c. Chapman place g 

q Blake Andrew M. book-binder, house 8 Sydney o 

EH Blake Bridget widow, 1 house 39 Hastings [William's R, 

M Blake Chas. H. confectionery and ice cream, 601 Main, h. 8 jjj w 

*g Blake Charles M. paper carrier, bds. North ave. cor. Beech <| 

6 Blake Darius, blacksmith, h. 22 Orchard p Jj 
Q Blake Edward W. (Bowen & Blake), books, stationery and P*g 
g periodicals, 9 Cambridge h. 156 do. [bridge ^» 
g BLAKE EDWIN H. grocer, 158 Cambridge, h. 134 Cam- ^g* 

Blake I. E. moulder, bds. 53 Fourth OT P 

M* Blake Jas. H. asst. Zoological Museum, bds. Zoological Hall £ § 

O Blake J. C. carpenter, bds. 47 Baldwin g »-* 

W Blake John, groomsman, for H. M. Clark, h. Somerville g Q 

^ Blake John L. bds. Orchard, n. Tenny ►§ £ 

• Blake Joseph, book-binder, house 75 Green 03 S" 

" Blake Joseph W. expressman, house 9 Wheatland bl'k ^2 

v^* Blake Sylvester E. printer (199 Washington, B.), house 66 g ^ 

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Blake Theodore E. clerk, bds. 134 Cambridge w § 

Blake Thomas C. upholsterer, h. 39 Hastings O p 

pH Blakie Suther, carpenter, h. 203 Hampshire ^3. 

Blakie Thos. B. carpenter (B.), h. 202 Hampshire g 

^ Blanchard Jerusha B. Miss, h. Roseland, n. North ave. • g 

Blanchard Joseph B. treasurer,Nat. Self-Threading Needle Co. c+ 
§ (94 Tremont, B., h. Coggswell ave. 

^ BLANCHARD WALTER S. lumber dealer, East, and (18 q 

•g State, B.), house 17 Maple avenue, near Cambridge £j 

§ Blank Ernest, organ maker, 426 Main, h. 33 Pleasant O 
P4 Blevins James, slater, h. West, n. Lee 

fcU Blevins John, slater, 408 Harvard, h. 12 Mt. Auburn ^ 
fl X Blevins Joseph J. slater, Main, cor. River 

£ Blish Ariadne, private school, 39 Dana, near Broadway, b. do. O 

gj Blish Lucia A. widow, h. 39 Dana, n. Broadway K* 

Bliss C. H. marble worker, Main, n. West Boston bridge, h. g 

*£ (68 Newton, B.) § 

,g Bliss Edward P. student, h. 329 Broadway g} 

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Bliss Henry P. (Cushing & Bliss), upholstery goods (55 

Milk, B.), house Broadway,*cor. Amory 
Bliss Richard jr. asst. Zoological Museum, h. Zoological Hall 
Bliss Zenas W. proof-reader, h. 5 Stone's blk. Blackstone 
Blodgett Alvaro (Blodgett & Rhoades), carpenter, Elm, near 

Market, house 11 Worcester [Third 

Blodgett Elias, junk-dealer (4 Russia wharf, B.), h. Otis,near 
Blodgett James, glass-cutter, New England Glass Co. 
Blodgett James L. musician, h. 121 Prospect 
Blodgett & Rhoades (Alvaro Blodgett and Silas Rhoades), 

carpenters, Elm, near Market 
Blondon Anthony, stone-cutter, h. 26 Vine 
Blood Chas. E. hair-dresser, bds. Maynard's, 195 Mt. Auburn 
Blood C. W. piano-action maker, State, h. 1 Pleasant 
Blood Hiram, engineer, steam fire engine, Niagara, h. 40 Fifth 

Blossom , box-maker, Osborn's, bds. 38 School 

Blumve Frederick W. icetool manuf. h. 141 Mt. Auburn 

Blumve John A. gas-fitter, bds. Blumve's,141 Mt. Auburn 

Blunt John J. laborer, h. 48 Hastings 

Boardman Anna, widow Andrew, house 15 Harrison ave. 

Boardman Charles, machinist, bds. John Moran's, Gore 

Boardman Charles, house 9 Worcester 

Boardman Edward, painter, house Jackson, near Spruce 

Boardman Emma J. clerk, 587 Main, bds. 15 Harrison ave. 

Boardman Wm. C. cutter (188 Wash'n, B.), h. 102 Pearl . 

Bock Wm. A. gardener, h. 35 Cedar [Holyoke 

Bocker Ferdinand, prof, of modern language, Holyoke place, 

Boggin Robert, laborer, Muller's tannery [Norfolk 

Boggs Edwin P. clerk (83 Broad, B.), boards Broadway, cor. 

Boggs Francis M. steamboat captain, house 289 Broadway 

Bohm G. A. organ-pipe maker, S. S. Hammill's, h. 100 Gore 

Bohm A. currier, house Reed 

Boice Geo B. leather (86 Pearl,B.), house 266 North ave. 

Boiture Louis, painter, house 85 Spruce 

Boland Mary, widow, house 9 Winter 

Poland Patrick, laborer, house 12 North 

Boiler Henry, cabinet maker, h. 25 Sixth 

BOLGER JAMES, horseshoer, 9 Church, h. 92 Mt. Auburn 

Bolles Fanny D. widow Frederick, h. 95 Mt. Auburn 

Bolster A. Augustine, furnishing goods, 453 Main, house 

Boston Highlands 
Bolster Richard, boot and shoe-maker,' 34 Brighton, house do. 
Bolton Alden, mechanic, house Chestnut, near Sydney 
Bolton Charles, plasterer, house .rear 136 Spring 
Bolton William, laborer, Shawmutiron works, h. 152 Court 

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Bond John H. shipping-clerk (B.), house Elm, n. Hampshire 

Bond Mary, widow Richard, h. North ave. n. Harrison pi. 

Bonin Francois, laborer, house Clay, near Spruce 

Bonner John, lather, house Tremont, near Cambridge 

Bonnet Frank, laborer, Mullers' tannery, house Clay 

Bonnet Peter, currier, Mullers' tannery 

Bonney Pelham (Hanson & Bonney), ins. agent (27 State, 

B.), house 52 Pleasant 
Bonney Perez F. salesman (242 Wash'n, B.), house 18 Lee 
Boodro Baptiste, brick-maker, Bay State Brick Co. h do. 
Boomer Charles, officer, House of Correction, bds. at jailor's 
Booth C. E. J. painter, house 20 Walnut court 
Booth Thomas, grocer, 86 Pleasant, cor. Park, house 35 do. 
Borden George E. carpenter, house 55 Brookline 
Borgie Bartholomew, house McCabe, near Cambridge 
Boris Peter J. teacher of French, house 866 Main 
Boston & Lowell Railroad machine shop, Bridge, near East 

Cambridge bridge 
BOSTON SILVER GLASS CO., R. F. Lombard & Co. 

proprietors, Broadway, Lower Port, (office 51 Water, B.) 
BOSTON STAMPING & MANUFACTURING CO. 

Court, Seavey & Co. sole agents (93 North, B.) 
Bosworth Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Green 
Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, house Holly ave. 
Bosworth Otis, carpenter, bds. Wm. E. Bosworth's, Holly ave . 
Bosworth WilliamE. carpenter, house Holly ave. 

Bosworth , fish-pedler, house rear 58 Harvard 

Botton Henry, engineer, house Bristol 

Bourn Robert T. carpenter (10 Lime, B.), house Union 

Bournique Hannah Mrs. boarding-house, 87 Gore 

Boutelle Sylvia Miss, house 44 Fourth 

Boutelle Theodore, clerk, house at Woburn 

Boutong Abraham, laborer, house 111 Spruce 

Bovey ThoS. L. carpet upholsterer, 5 Union, h. r. 31 Norfolk 

Bovyer John A. lounges & chairs, Broadway, opposite Page's 

box factory, house 96 Austin 
Bowen Albert L. (Bo wen and Blake), books, stationery 'and 

periodicals, 91 Cambridge, house 156 do. 
Bowen Charles J. widow, boarding-house, Mason 
Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, etc. 

H. U. house 9 Follen 
Bowen James, laborer (B.), house 63 Elm 
Bowen James, laborer, house Lechmere place 
Bowen James, laborer (B.), house 54 Washington 
Bowen Maria Miss, boards 85 Brattle 

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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c. JOHN 

J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 

Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [J$] DIRECTORY. 



Bowen Patrick, laborer, house 6 North, 

BOWEN & BLAKE, (A.L.Bowen and E. W.Blake), period- 

cal, 'stationery &c. 91 Cambridge 
Bowers Charles, agent sewing machine, (B.), house Hollis, n. 
Bowers Charles E. boots and shoes (29 Federal, B.), boards 

C. Bowers', Hollis n. North avenue [avenue 

Bowers Edward L. painter (B.), house 1 Gray court 
Bowers George, house 99 River 

Bowers Wm.(Wm. Bowers & Co.), provisions, 194 Cambridge 
Bowers William, & Co. (William Bowers & W. J. Turner), 

provisions, 194 Cambridge 
Bowker Anson, carpenter, boards 29 Dunster 
Bowker Edwin F. engineer and surveyor, city engineer's office 

City Hall, Main, house 125 Austin 
Bowker Winslow L. insurance (31 State, B.), h. 90 Norfolk 
Bowlby James R. blacksmith, for George Mcintosh h. 30 Front 
Bowles Benjamin F. Rev. house 102 Inman 
Bowman Alex, gardener, house 54 Washington 
Bowman Edward, painter, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Bowman Francis, travelling agent, house 7 Shepard 
Bowman Fred, shoe-maker, house 4 Vine 
Bowman Henry, sausage maker, house Eighth, near Spring 
Bowman Joanna H. widow, Abner H. house 823 Main 
Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, B.), bds. 40 Essex 
Boyce James, iron moulder, h. 75 Hastings 
Boyce Thomas, engineer, h. 37 Union, n. Hampshire 
Boyd Fanny L. Miss, millinery goods, 584 Main, b. 3 Prospect 
Boyd John M. book-binder, bds. 13 Myrtle pi. 
Boyd Orman T. grocer (216 State, B.), h. 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Orville G. grocer (216 State, B.), h. 100 Austin 
Boyd Samuel, stair-builder, Main, n. Osborn's mill, h. 536 

Main 
Boyd Thomas, architect (36 Merchants Bank building, 28 

State, B.), house Prospect, near Main 
Boyd Wm. printer, h. Putnam, opposite schoolhouse 
Boyden Benj. F. grocer, Brattle sq. h. 13 Prospect 
Boyden Sanford E. carriage trimmer, F. Ivers', h. Somerville 
Boyer Samuel, stair-builder, 371, 373, 375 Main, h. 536 Main 
Bovle Daniel, junk-dealer (107 Merrimack, B.), h. 309 Cam- 
. bridge [28 Winter 

Boyle Edward G. cabinet maker, Braman, Shaw & Co.'s, h. 
Boyle Edward, laborer, house Walden, corner Dublin 
Boyle Elizabeth Mrs. house 163 Windsor 
Boyle James, grocer, 125 Court, h. do. 

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Boyle James, teamster, bds. 80 Concord ave. 
Boyle John, teamster, fa. 141 Webster ave. 
Boyle Michael, stone-cutter, h. 24 Vine 
Boyle Nancy, wid. John, house 105 Court 
Boyle William, glass-cutter, house 125 Court 
Boynton E. J. carpenter, bds. 10 Elliot 
Boynton Fred H. foreman at Boynton's piggery (Somerville), 
bds. 3 Oak [bridge 

Boynton John L. policeman, captain, Station 3, h. 151 Cam- 
Boynton Morris B. (53 Commercial, B.), house 13 Chauncy 
Boynton P. stable keeper (Charlestown, B.), h. 117 Inman 
Boyson Geo. provision dealer, Main, cor. Windsor, h. 21 
Boyson Sarah Mrs. widow, house 99 River [Windsor 

Boyson Simon M. provisions, Geo. Boyson's, h. 20 Green 
Brabrook Ezra H. furniture, (4, 6 & 8 Friend, and 4. 6 & 8 

• Union, B.), h. 298 Harvard 
Brackett I. Frank salesman (83 Pearl, B.), h. 15 Worcester 
Brackett James, house 23 Everett [Hlliard 

Brackett Wm. H.carriage painter, h. 133 Mt. Auburn, cor. 
Bradbrook Albert, stationer, h. 6 Antrim, nr. Broadway 
Bradbury Caleb, glass-packer, N. K Glass Co. h. 138 Otis 
Bradbury Caleb B. paying teller (National Bank of Re- 
demption, 91 State, B.), h. Sixth, n. Otis [Otis 
Bradbury Frederick T. clerk (Redemption Bank, B.), h. 138 
Bradbury Harry, painter, house Bridge, near Fourth 
Bradbury Horace D. clerk (113 Broad, B.), h. 74 Fourth 
Bradbury Wm. F. teacher Hopkins' High School, house 36 

Trowbridge 
Bradeen Jacob F. mason, h. Norfolk, n. Cambridge 
Bradfield Robert, laborer, h. Fourth, n. Charles 
Bradford Alexander W. provisions and groceries, Broadway, 
corner Elm, house do. [house 21 Williams 

Bradford Charles R. window shades, etc. (96 Hanover, B.), 
Bradford Isaac, chief police, h. 46 Mt. Auburn 
Bradford Kate Mrs. widow, house 11 Sumner 
Bradley A. Mrs. (Mrs. A. Bradley & Mrs. E. Martin), dress 

and cloak-maker and milliner, 648 Main, h. 646 Main 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, h. rear 41 Clark 
Bradley Anthony F. clerk (102 Blackstone, B.), bds. 145 

Mt. Auburn 
Bradley Daniel, laborer, house 17 Washington 
Bradley Daniel, laborer, house Cambridge, n. Lambert 
Bradley Dennis, bds. Main, near Court 
Bradley & Martin (Mrs. A. Bradley and Mrs. E. Martin), 
dress and cloak-makers and milliners, 648 Main 

WARREN'S PHOTOGRAPHS, Post-Office Building-, Cambridgeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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Bradley Patrick, painter, house Hideout 

Bradley Robert, laborer, house 238 Franklin [44 Erie 

Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Central wharf, B.), b. 

Bradshaw Alfred A. clerk (Washington, B,), b. 20 Cottage 

Bradshaw James, house Norfolk place, near Cambridge 

Bradshaw Thomas C. tailor, house Amory 

Brady Bridget Miss, house 8 Vine [Fourth 

Brady Charles, porter (Custom House, B.), h. Stevens ct 

Brady James, laborer, house 14 Dublin [near Third 

Brady Jeremiah, glass-blower, N. E. Glass Co. house Winter 

Brady John, laborer, house, 66 Charles 

Brady Michael, job-wagon, house 12 Eighth [Charles river 

Brady Michael J. baker, Wm. Wright's house Mill, near 

Brady Wm. laborer, h. 108 Fourth 

Brainard Cornelius S. saloon, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 

Brainard Frank, carpenter, bds. 12 Bow 

Braisley Dennis, laborer, bds Water, cor. Bridge 

Braman H. B. (Braman, Shaw & Co., h. at Newton 

Braman, Shaw & Co. (H. B. Braman, Daniel W. Shaw, 

Sumner Applin & Edward A. Lawrence), furnituro 

manufactures, Bridge, near Craigie's bridge, office and 

salesroom (27 Sudbury, B.) 
Bramhall Charles E. printer, bds, 75 Green 
Bramhall George N. shoe-manuf. (B.), h. 75 Green 
Bramhall Joseph, organ maker, 626 Main, h. Washington, 

cor. Chauncy, Somerville 
Brandin John, laborer, b. Bay, cor. Franklin 
Brandt Hendrick H. painter, h. 1 Village 
Brannan Eugene, laborer, h. 15 Dinsmore court 
Brannan Patrick, laborer, h. 104 Sparks 
Braslan Patrick, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 35 Sargent 
Braslin James E. stereotyper, boards O. Braslin's, Willard r 

near Brattle 
Braslin Joseph, boiler maker, h. 30 Gore 
Braslin Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 18 Reed 
Braslin Owen, laborer, h. Willard, near Brattle 
Braslin V. Cornelius, electrotyper, h. Charles River 
Brassel Daniel C. laborer, h. Franklin, cor. Hancock 
Brass-il James, laborer, h. Flagg, near Beaver 
Brasslin John, laborer, h. Clay, cor. Spruce 
Brasslin Timothy, laborer, h. 11 Sargent 
Brattles Edward, gardener, h. 11 Follen 
Braxter Patrick, laborer, h. Hastings, near Brewery 

BDEDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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Brazee Morton P. carpenter, bds. Mansion House 

Brazier Franklin J. (Brazier & Whittemore), soap-maker 

Davis, cor. Broadway, h. 693 Main 
Brazier & Whittemore (Franklin J. Brazier and Benjamin B. 
Whittemore), soap manufacturers, Davis, cor. Broadway 
Brazil Thomas, laborer, h. 202 Green 
Breaid Philip, laborer, h. 124 Dublin 
Breeden George, clerk, bds. L Breeden's, 14 Short 
Breeden Lewis, house 14 Short 
Breeden Lewis jr. clerk, bds. L. Breeden's 14 Short 
Breen Pollen Mrs. h. r. Seventh, near Cambridge 
Breen William J- house-painter, h. r. Seventh, n. Cambridge 
Brennan James, laborer, h. Sparks, near Foster 
Brennan James, laborer, h. 24 Somerset 
Brennan James, granite cutter, h. 3 Linden 
Brennan James J. book-binder, h. 67 Brookline 
Brennan J. E. at Fulton, Long & Co's., bds. 15 School 
Brennan John, laborer, h. Dunster, near South 
Brennan John, gardener, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 
Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, h. r. Bridge, near the 

water 
Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, h. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan Mary Mrs. h. Charles, near Court 
Brennan Patrick, laborer, h. Sparks st. ct. cor. Sparks 
Brennan Patrick, currier, h. 2 Hastings 
Brennan Timothy, provisions, 14 and 16 Sparks 
Brennan William J. brush-maker, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Bresnahan Timothy, laborer, h. 105 Spruce 
Bresnan Thomas, laborer, h. 149 Dublin 
Bressaw Alexander, laborer, h. 148 Spruce [Shepard 

BREWER DAVID, provision dealer, 26 Brighton, h. 32 
Brewer Thomas H. provision dealer, 1 Brewer's blk. Brattle 

sq. h. do. 
Brewster Henry B. printer, h. 45 Washington 
Brewster John, banker (40 State, B.) h. 145 Brattle 
Bridden Benjamin F. policeman, h. 13 Holly place 
Bridden Benjamin F. jr. telegrapher, bds. 13 Holly place 
Bridden H. E. letter carrier, 559 Main, bds. 13 Holly place 
Bridge James, h. 35 Auburn 
Bridge Samuel G. h. 35 Auburn 
Bridges Julia A. widow Hiram, h. 62 Auburn 
Bridges Warren F. carpenter, bds. 62 Auburn 
Brigg Freeman G. piano-forte maker (Dover, B.), h. Pearl, 
c. Hamilton 

WARREN'S PHOTOGRAPHS, Ppst-Office Building", Cambridjeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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Briggs Fowler, fruit and vegetables, h. 88 Mt. Auburn 

Briggs George W. clergyman, h. 61 Kirkland 

Brings John, bedstead maker, bds. 389 Main 

Briggs John, foreman, N. E. Brick Co. h. Groveland, n. Spruce 

Briggs Walter D. Mrs. house 720 Main 

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Brigham Charles O. house 87 Norfolk 

Brigham Freeman, salesman, 606, 608, 610 Main, h. 512 Main 

Brigham Josiah M. Cambridge and Boston express, house 

40 Windsor 
Brigham Lydia, widow, h. 18 Windsor 
Brigham Owen B. moulder, h. 90 Windsor 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs. h. 104 Preston 
Bright Horace O. (H. O. & J. J. Bright), ice-dealer, Boston 

Ice Co. h. 328 Broadway 
Bright H. O. & J. J. (Horace O. and John J. Bright), ice- 
dealers, Cambridge, Junction Bridge, and (99 State, B.) 
Bright John J. (H. O. & J. J. Bright), ice-dealer, Boston Ice 

Co. (99 State, B.), house 320 Broadway 
Bright Nathan F. book-keeper (B.), bds. 104 Preston 
Briley Henry, laborer, h. rear 30 Front 
Brimbecom Nathaniel (16 F. H. Market, B.), h. 208 Harvard 
Brine George R. merchant tailor (371 Washington, B.), h. 

128 Otis [of Third, h. Prospect, cor. Oak 

Brine John F. (Brine & Clark), coal and wood, Bridge, foot 
Brine John H. book-keeper, Brine & Clark's, bds. Prospect, 

cor. Oak 
Brine Michael, laborer, h. Conlons ct. Court 
Brine Robert, tailor. (371 Wash. B.), h. 74 Otis 
Brine William, tailor, 66 Cambridge, h. 120 do. 
Brine William H. upholsterer, h. 500 Cambridge 
BRINE & CLARK (John F. Brine and Patrick T. Clark), 

coal and wood, Bridge, foot of Third 
Briney James Mrs. h. 53 Charles [n. Fifth 

Briney Thomas, glass-presser, Bay State Glass Co. h. Gore 
Brinkley Richard, laborer, h. 30 Hastings 
Briody Thomas, laborer, h. Clifton, near Spruce [Sixth 

Briscoll Thomas O. carver, Braman, Shaw, & Co'.s, h. 91 
Britton Henry A. carpenter, h. Spring, near Fourth 
Britton Joseph, clerk (Post Office, B.), bds. 79 Auburn 
Broad Thomas, last-maker, h. Cuddy's blk. Columbia 
Brodrlck Ellen, wid. of Daniel, boarding-house, 190 Bridge 
Brodrick Patrick, laborer, bds. Murdock, near Hampshire 
Brogan John, laborer, h. 14 Dublin [near Cambridge 

Brogan John, pork-packer, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. Lambert, 
Brogan Patrick, laborer, h. 45 Sargent . 



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Brookhaven Henry, carpenter, h. 126 Green 
Brookings Charles S. (Brookings & Sheafe), painter, 491 
f_j Main, house 38 Erie [painters, 491 Main 

Brookings & Sheafe (Charles S. Brookings and J. C. Sheafe), 
g Brooks Cyrus, house Livermore, near Lincoln 
o3 Brooks Edward H. surveyor City Hall, bds. 44 "Windsor 
2 Brooks Edwin C. engineer, h. Vassal lane, near R. R. 
Brooks Eliza, widow John, nurse, h. 7 Suffolk 
Brooks Elizabeth Miss, h. North avenue, near Holmes* place 
Brooks Eugene D. (Noble & Brooks), leather (84 High, bds. 
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U Brooks Hiram W. com. mer. (68 Federal, B.), h. 5. Dana P © 

Jq Brooks Isaac Mrs. widow, h. 42 Market [Winter ^ 4 

d Brooks James, glass-worker, Bay State Glass Co. boards 39 " 

c3 Brooks James W. counsellor (20 State, B.), h. Oxford, near JyJ p' 

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W Brooks J. Mason, clerk (97 State, B.), h. 28 Inman 

M Brooks John (10 Devonshire, B.), h. Oxford, near Forest ^ 

O Brooks John Mrs. widow, house 39 Winter g Q 

W Brooks John L. piano maker (344 Washington, B.), house g § 

F^ Sydney, n. Walnut 4 g" 

Brooks Lorin S. (Eager & Brooks), butter, cheese, &c. 2 JJg 

Dolton's blk. 426 Harvard, h. 12 Eliot g P 

y Brooks Mary Mrs. house 21 Lee CD O 

£3 Brooks Matthew, carpenter, house 204 Harvard - S 

<j Brooks Nathaniel P. (William C. Brooks & Co.), coal, etc. fctf p 

Ph Bridge, n. Bay State glass house, h. Thorndike, n. Fourth g 3. 

fr Brooks Patrick, marble worker, A. McDonald & Co.'s 54 g- g 

Mt. Auburn,- house at Belmont p g 

02 Brooks Sumner J. house 123 North avenue " §» 
g Brooks William, clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 44 Windsor 
O Brooks Wm. C. (Wm. C. Brooks & Co.), wood, coal, etc. 

rt Bridge, n. Bay State Glass Co. bds. 98 Ellery g 

"§ Brooks Wm. C. & Co. (Wm. C. and Nathaniel P. Brooks), § 
c3 coal, etc. Bridge, n. Bay State glass house 

Brooks W. H. school-teacher (46 Winter, B.), house Harvard, ^ 
bD corner Hancock 

,2 Brosnahan Timothy Rev. house Norfolk, n. church Q 

:£_ Brown Artemus Z. assessor, house 57 Magazine \> 

j£[ Brown Benjamin A. provisions, Broadway, corner Norfolk, *0 

house 11 Gardner ■ g 

"o Brown Benjamin K. house 137 Hampshire gj 
cS Brown Charles, laborer, house 196 Cambridge 

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* ** Brown Charles A. car-driver, house 17 Mellen 2 02 
« - Brown Charles F. cabinet maker, boards Wheatland block, 

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jj * Brown Charles H. car-driver, U. R. R. h. 9 Lambert ave. g, q 
g * Brown Charles H. C. clerk (B.), house 49 Clark P* i-g 
£ jj Brown Chas. W. messenger, Cambridgeport National Bank, W2 
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« 3 Brown Daniel, wheel wrigbt, Palmer, house 14 Appian Way 3 
| a Brown Daniel, laborer, house 6 Lopez g. CQ 
P< S Brown Daniel, mason, bds. Main, opp. Austin hh 
« g Brown Daniel L. house 16 Ash q 
« -g Brown E. cigar dealer, Main, n. Austin, bds. do. H 
h | Brown Eben P. cabinet organ maker, 426 Main, h. 13 State 2 
"* Brown Edmand H. printer, bds. 4 Charles River l_g 

Brown Edward, laborer (Navy Yard, Charlestown), house 66 ^ 

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Brown Edward A. Mrs. house 35 School 

Brown Edwin R. sawer, house 82 Green 

Brown Eliza A. Miss, house 717 Cambridge 

Brown Elizabeth C. widow of Daniel Jay, h. Moore's block, 
54 Mt. Auburn 

Brown Ellis E. coachman, house 432 Broadway 

Brown Evan house Brattle, corner Story 

Brown Ezekiel, expressman (City whf. B.), h. 116 Prospect 

Brown Fell, Mrs. h. 4 Dickinson 

Brown Francis W. soap-maker, h. 11 Lincoln 

Brown Frank D. clerk (115 Blackstone, B.), b. North ave. 
Jg near Roseland 
g Brown Frederick T. teamster (B.), bds. 121 Harvard 
" Brown Freeman G. tract-depot (3 Tremont Row, B.), h. 42 Q 

^J £ Mt. Auburn • 

rjj bo Brown George, cooper, h. 15 Eighth ^ ., 

O 2 Brown George, gas-fitter, 644 Main, bds. Auburn, n. River p \J 
p jjj Brown Geo. A. stoves, &c. (115 Blackstone, B.), h. North g * 
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M § Brown Geo. A. jr. stoves (115 Blackstone, B.), bds. North 2. ^ 
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H rt Brown Geo. D. clerk (Brown, Dutton & Co.'s, Milk, B.),h. 856 o h 
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H o Brown George H. gas-fitter, bds. 116 Auburn ££ V 

m £5 Brown George T. stone-cutter, h. Inman place " ^J 

M „ Brown George T. provision dealer (B.), h. Inman place M 

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Brown Henry J. laborer, house 165 Cambridge 

Brown Irving W. milkman, h. Vine, near Sixth 

Brown Isaac, laborer, house 33 Hastings 

Brown James, carpenter, h. 19 Short 

Brown James, laborer, house Murdock, nr. Gardner 

Brown James, laborer, house 9 Porter 

Brown James, stone-cutter, house 161 Columbia 

Brown James C. proof-reader, house 5 Blackstone 

Brown James E. carpenter, house 395 Cambridge 

Brown James H. brass-moulder, house 6 Harvard 

Brown Jane Miss, seamstress, h. 7 Appian Way 

Brown Jason B. clerk (27 Winter, B.), bds. 28 "Worcester 

Brown J. J. watchman, Beal & Hooper's, h. 130 Spring 

Brown John, shoe-maker, 192 Bridge, h. do. 

Brown John G. iron and steel (Bacon & Brown, 49 and 51 

Fulton, B.), house 101 Prospect 
Brown John W. brass-instrument maker, h. 8 Cherry 
Brown Jonathan W. laborer, house 432 Broadway 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 14 Front 
Brown Joseph A. (Brown, Dutton & Co.), dry goods (34 

Milk, B.) house 322 Broadway 
Brown Lyman, hack-driver, bds. 2 Essex ct. 
Brown Maria, widow of Edw. H. house 28 Worcester 
Brown Mary, widow of Samuel, house 36 Hastings 
Brown Nancy Mrs. dress-maker, bds. Kennard's, 9 DeWolf 
Brown Oliver, carpenter,* bds. 24 Dunster 
Brown Otis F. clerk (Claflin & Co's, B.), bds. 28 Worcester 
Brown Rachel J. widow of John P. h. rear 4 Somerset 
Brown Robert C. blacksmith, house 57 Cherry 
Brown Stephen W. restaurant, 449 Main, h. do. 
Brown Walter H. stone-cutter, bds. 121 Harvard 
Brown Willard C. carpenter, h. Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Brown William, paper glazier, house 25 Ellery 
Brown Wm. F. printer (50 Bromfield, B.), h. 14 Park 
Brown William H. conductor, h. 17 Mellen i 

Brown Wm. P. provision dealer, 515 Main, h. 15 Worcester 
Brown Wm. S. cracker dealer (216 Friend, B.), house 98 

Windsor 
Brown Wm. Wells, physician (B.), h. 15 Western ave. 
Brown Wm. Wilson, clothing (24 Brattle, B.;, house 36 

Brewery [B-)> h. 1 Berkeley 

Browne Albert G. jr. reporter (Supreme Court, Court House, 
Browne Otis S. book-keeper, Hendley, Wheeler & Co.'s, h. 

Second, n. Cambridge 
Browning Francis, tinplate worker, house 94 Allston 

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Browning Walter E. reed-maker, h. 18 Howard 
Brownlow Joseph, express, house 16 Ferry 
Bruce Eugene L. hay and straw, 42 Bridge, 
Bruce George F. carriage painter, F. Tver's, h. 32 Coggswell 
Bruce Joseph C. book-keeper (B.), h. 5 Centre 
Bruce Mark R. machinist, bds. 33 Fourth 
Bruesard John, carpenter, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Brum Antonio E. hair-dresser, 97 Cambridge, h. Somerville 
Brunt Wm. gardener, house 13 Willard [Eighth 

Bruorton George, glass-cutter, New England Glass Co. h. 8 
Bruorton Geo. E. clerk (New England News Co. B.), bds. 
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Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, &c. Washington 
Bryan Margaret A. Mrs. h. Sydney, corner Walnut 
Bryant Abram, whitener, h. 23 Brewery [land 

Bryant Amos, servant John Ilolman's, North ave. cor. Rose- 
Bryant Benjamin, lather, bds. 99 Prospect 
Bryant Benj. R. com. mer. (20 Clinton, B.), h. 10 Tremont 
Bryant David, flour and grain (Causeway, B.), h. Elm, cor. 

Beech [avenue 

Bryant Frank, dry goods (34 Chauncy, B.), h. 37 Coggswell 
Bryant Frank L, car conductor, bds. J. Bryant's 
Bryant Frederick S. watch-maker, 121 Cambridge, h. 181 

Cambridge [A. Chipman's, 80 Spring 

Bryant Geo. C. teamster, Hendley, Wheeler & Co.'s, b. Mrs. 
Bryant John, night-police (Worcester Depot, B.), h. 15 Eliot 
Bryant John E. clerk, 6 Brattle, b. J. Bryant's, 15 Eliot 
Bryant Jos. A. paper ruler, 82 State, b. 110 Prospect 
Bryant Lewis, provisions (B.), h. 183 Hampshire 
Bryant Lewis H. agent, Wheeler & Wilson's sewing macftine, 

house 19 Mellen 
Bryant Sophia Mrs. house 99 Prospect 
Bryant William T. carpenter, h. 44 Coggswell avenue 
Buchanan Wm. H. laborer, h. Eliot, n. Owen place 
Buck Abijah R. machinist (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), house 50 
Buck David S. house 16 Holyoke [Windsor 

Buck Henry L. expressman, 16 Holyoke, and P. O., Old 

Cambridge, bds. 16 Holyoke 
Buck John S. carpenter, house rear 48 Thorndike 
Buck Lucius A. moulder, house 14 Market 
Buck Silas B. carpenter. First, n. Cambridge, h. 70 Thorndike 
Buck Silas E. clerk (4 Wmthrop sq. B.), bds. 70 Thorndike 
Buckingham Joseph, wood-turner, D. Pratt's h. 118 Harvard 
Buckingham Silas H. plumber (B.), house Cambridge, near 

Ellsworth avenue 

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w 547 Main, h. 278 Harvard gl 

rS Buckley Daniel H. teamster, h. Fifth, cor. Charles 

P* Buckley James, laborer, house Short, n. Bridge P 

<D Buckley Jerry, house 51 Amory f TO 

*p< Buckley John, engineer, Clark's, Cedar, h. Rice g 

g Buckley John Mrs. liquors, 147 Bridge, h. do. © 

© Buckley John D. blacksmith, bds. Lane's, 55 Cedar ^P 

E" 1 Buckley Michael, teamster, Wellington Bro>. h. Jefferson CO 00 

M Buckley Owen E. cabinet maker, h. 19 1-4 Fifth p ^| 

£j Buckley Patrick, carver, house 13 Rice 5 J* 

,Q Buckley Patrick, laborer, h. Elm, n. Cambridge P 

9 Buckley Patrick Mrs. house 198 Cambridge [jjj* 

5 Buckley Peter, teamster, house 48 Foster [Columbia g* 

Q Buckley Timothy, grease-collector, house Webster avenue, n. £ 

„ Buckley Timothy, stone-cutter, house 26 Vine E 2 

M Buckley William, laborer, house 157 Spring g ►■< 

^ Buckner Henry, laborer, house 32 Hastings © q 

g Buckoff John, currier, house 165 Dublin *"* h 

Budworth James H. comedian, house 25 Lopez CcS- 

pcj Buell Abbie F. wid. George, h. rear 99 Cambridge ^ c 
Buffum James L. paper hanger, J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.'s, 



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Bugbee William A. builder, house 16 Garden S-3- 

Bugel Max A. japanner, h. 6 Walnut 2 Q 

Builders's Brick Co.'s boarding-house, Walden,n. Concord ave. • © 

g Bullard Asa Rev. h. 22 Centre [bouse 10 Watson §. 
§ Bullard Daniel W. clerk (Sup. Court, 3 Court House, B.), 

O BULLARD JOHN C. cashier, Cambridge National Bank, q 

d 59 Cambridge, h. 105 Otis ^ 

rt Bullard Joseph O. (A. H. Hews & Co.), earthen- ware, O 
0* Dwight, cor. Raymond, house 9 Norris 

Bullard Mary A. Mrs. house 44 Mt Auburn ^ 
bQ Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher, Dunster primary, bds, Mrs. 

.9 M. A. Bullard's, 44 Mt. Auburn O 

£ BULLARD WILLARD A. Cashier, First National Bank, gj 

t=H Main, corner Prospect, house 761 Main 2 

^ Bullen John W. cigar maker, h, 59 Brookline [opp. Chester S 

g Bullock Charles, dentist, 455 Main, opp. Pearl, h. North ave. § 
*£ Bullock Otis S. machinist, 179 Broadway, h. 210 Broadway 

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Burbank Edwin A. discount and collection clerk (North Nat. 

Bank, 18 Kilby, K), h. 40 Shepard 
Burbank George, house 18 Wendell 
Burbank Polly, wid^ Charles, h. 4 Webster 
Burdakin Arthur L. machinist, Thos. S. Hudson's, h« 7 Sixth 
Burdakin Edwd. L. clerk, Cambridge, bds 56 Fifth 
Burdakin John C. keeper Court House, house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, glass-cutter, N. E. Glass Go. h. 7 Sixth 
Burdett Sam'l F. machinist, h. 259 Broadway 
Burgess Albert, painter, h. 22 Windsor 
Burgess Albert L. (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), h. 42 River 
Burgess paniel, laborer, h. 108 Kinnard 
Burgess Ellen Mrs. h. 90 Auburn [Auburn 

Burgess John E. clerk (O. Ditson's, Washington, B.), h. 90 
Burgess Robert, carpenter, h. Third, n. Bridge 
Burges3 Wm. D. carpenter, h. 10 Union 
Burgess Z. T. piano maker, Colley's, h. 503 Cambridge 
Burguwyn James, carpenter, h. 54 Brattle 
Burke Andrew, cabinet maker, h. Vine, n. Sixth 
Burke Barney, laborer, h. 10 Somerset 
Burke Eugene, teamster, h. 5, Willow pL 
Burke James, machinist, bd9. 5 School 
Burke James, laborer, h. Jefferson 
Burke James, hostler (B.), h. Short, cor. North 
Burke James, britannia worker, h. Vine n. Third 
Burke John, grocer, Porter, n. Warner, h. do. 
Burke John, carpenter, h. 28 Charles River 
Burke John, carver (B.), h. 210 Bridge 
Burke John., laborer, house 7 Somerset 
Burke John P. plasterer, house Charles, near Third 
Burke Joseph E. mason, h. 149 Prospect 
Burke Lawrence, blacksmith, h. 108 Spruce 
Burke Michael, pedler, h. 13 School 

Burke Patrick, laborer, h. 15 Hancock [261 Franklin 

Burke Richard H. tinsmith, I. P. Estes', Harvard sq. house 
Burke William, brass-finisher, bds. 34 Clark 
Burke William, laborer, h, Stevens' ct., Fourth 
Burkett Augustus H. auctioneer (B.), h. 176 Harvard 
Burkett Stephen L. cabinet maker, h. 202 Harvard 
Burleigh Chas, H. printer, h. 2 Nichols pi. Baldwin 
Burleigh Emily A. wid. John A. h. 85 Brattle 
Burleigh Everett J. (P. B. Cloyes & Co.), country produce 

20 Brighton, h. Eliot, cor. Winthrop [cor. Kinnard 
Burleigh Jacob N. flour-dealer (186 State, B.), h. Putnam, 

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O Burley David P. foreman, U. R. R. stables, h. 89 Tremont ^ 

£Q Burnett Chas. H. clerk, boards 3 Shepherd's block g; 

~ Burnett Daniel, soap-maker, h. 49 Hampshire rji 

o Burnett Frank W. clerk, N.H.Moore's, bds. 202 Mt. Auburn _* 

£ Burnett Lewis, h. 3 Shepherd's block, Charles River 2 

Ph Burnham Chas. A. book-binder, h. 39 Tremont §. 

Burnham Chas. T. organ maker, h. 20 Green ££ 

*p^ Burnham Edward, fish-dealer (B.), h. 68 Innaan & 

£j Burnham Geo. E. carpenter, h. 4 Cowperthwait 

© Burnham Ira F. earpenter, h. 43 Windsor 

£"• Burnham Samuel, editor (149 Wash'n, B.), h. 19 Arlington 

M Burnham Sarah M. Miss, teacher, Putnam school, boards 149 z 

Jj Cambridge p" 

*Q Burns Barnard, laborer, A. C. Sanborn & Co.'s, h.l46Bridge p 

9 Burns David, laborer, house Cowperthwait, near River 

j3 Burns James, laborer, house Lambert, near Cambridge ~ 

q Burns James, stone-mason, house Cowperthwait, cor. Beaver 1L 

Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house rear Gore and Third q 

i£4 Burns John, baker, house 10 Pine y 

O Burns John, roofer, house 188 Harvard o& 

W Burns J. R, printer, rooms 16^School court Go^fcfj 

Burns Patrick, laborer, Bay State Glass Co. house 59 North O . 

Burns Peter, provisions, Brighton, near Harvard square, and P ^ 
Cowperthwait, c. Banks, h. Cowperthwait, c. Banks 

M Burns Peter, teamster, h. Cambridge, n. horsecar stable p 

^ Burns Stephen J. house Plymouth, corner Webster avenue £ 

<J Burns Thomas, stone-cutter, boards 21 Harvard 2 

p$ Burns Thomas, works F. Kennedy's, house 47 Windsor 3 

fe Burns Thomas, laborer, house 106 Kinnard 02 

Burns Thomas, glass-worker, house Gore, near Third qq 

w Burns Timothy, provisions, 25 Brighton, house do. 

§ Burns William, marble cutter, house Columbia,n.Webster ave. £^ 

O Burns William J. slipper maker (68 Pearl, B.), h. 150 Otis P 

c3 Burpee Charles W. clerk, boards E. Burpee's, 32 Tremont 7^ 

■H Burpee E. mason, house 32 Tremont CO 

§ Burpee Hannah, widow, house 27 Pleasant P 

P-i BURPEE JOSEPH E. mason, house 149 Prospect P 

Burpee Samuel W. teamster, 178 Columbia, house do. 

£ Burr Lemuel, hair-dresser, Main, cor. Essex, h. 45 Hampshire j§J 

*g Burr Lemuel D. waiter, boards 45 Hampshire xjl 

^ Burr Russell H. engraver, house 240 Cambridge [Prospect ■= 

ft Burrage Frederick E. clerk, Burrage, Shepard& Co.'s,h. 91 & 

+a Burrage Harriet L. widow of T. F. house 13 Jay P 

§ Burrage Josiah (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.), lumber dealer £> 

^rj Broadway, corner Court, L. P. house 91 Prospect „ 





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Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.),lumber dealer 

Broadway, cor. Court, bds. J. Burrage's, 91 Prospect 
BURRAGE, SHEPHERD & Co. (Josiah Burrage, Sumner 
P. Shepherd and Josiah K. Burrage), lumber dealers, 
Broadway, corner Court, L. P. 
Burridge C. C. Mrs. boards 9 Amory 
Burridge Ward J. house 9 Amory 
Burrill Charles O. (Packard & BurrillJ, brush manuf. 60 

Cambridge, house at Sotrerville 
Burroughs Chas H. foreman, Pike's stable, house 8 Eliot 
Burrowes Thomas R. coach-ironer, house 22 Watson p 

Burt Seth F. pork-dealer (24 F. H. market, B.), h. 29 West- §J 

era avenue 
Burton F. E. painter, house 19 Suffolk 
BURTON, FELLOWS & Co. (Anson Burton, John H. 
Fellows and Ezra Burton), brush manufacturers, Gore 
and (21 Exchange, B.) 
Burton Thomas C. house 21 Suffolk 
Burton Henry E. engineer, house 21 Suffolk 
Burton Mary S. widow of II. E. house 21 Suffolk 
Burton Nahum H. brush-maker, boards 115 Spring 
Busch John W. gardener, house 57 Brookline 
Bush Elizabeth, widow of Jonathan, house 40 Spruce 
Bush Washington, laborer, house rear 105 Elm 
Bushee Balona, carpenter, house Maiden, near Donnell 
xn Bushee James A. organ varnisher, 426 Main, h. 14 Watson 
J§ Bushee Patience B. widow, James L. house 14 Watson 



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111 Washington 
kJ q Buskirk Samuel V. wheelwright, boards 391 Main 
{£ k? Busnach Henry, hair-dresser (Court, B.), boards Brookline, 
Q .r-t corner Perry [576 Main, house 85 Brookline 

p Jj Busnach Micltael S. (M. S. Busnach & Sons), cigar manuf. 
PQ Q Busnach Samuel (M. S. Busnach & Sons), cigar manuf. 

ri 576 Main, boards M. S. Busnach' s, 85 Brookline 

p» ^ Busnach Solomon M. Jr. (M. S. Busnach & Sons), cigar 
pq ^q manuf. 576 Main, bds. M. S, Busnach's, 85 Brookline 

^ -g Busnach M. S. & Sons (Michael S. Busnach, Samuel and 
► H O Solomon M. Jr), cigar manufs. 576 Main 

pq S Buss Henry C. salesman, house 102 Spring 
fjj « Busteid Robert, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce [158 do 
£h 2 Buswell Brigham (Studley & Buswell), 150 Cambridge, h. 



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w • Butland Uriah, expressman, order box, 409 Main, h. 155 Pear m, 

|2 Butler Byzander F. (B. Butler & Co), dry and fancy goods, § 

~ Henderson's blk. North ave. house at Somerville . _ 

O Butler B. & Co. dry and fancy goods, Henderson's block, 



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^ North avenue £ 

g Butler Catherine A. widow of John, house 139 Cambridge Ej 

Butler Daniel M. stone-cutter, house 13 Foster 

J3 Butler Eleanor M. assistant teacher, Washington grammar § 

g4 scnool, boards Frost, corner Roseland 2 

9 Butler George, kerosene oil works, house 22 Sixth £ 

£ Butler Harriet A. teacher, Putnam primary school, Thorndike, ^ 

boards Frost, corner Otis ^ 

g Butler Henry A. Mrs. dress-maker, Hapgood's, 20 Arlington £ g 

Jg Butler Isaac, organ builder, S. S. Hammill's, h. 23 N. Fifth p,4 

£ Butler John, laborer, house 65 Spring ^ M . 

§ Butler John, rolling-mill, house 17 Washington CJiP 

,d Butler Martha II. teacher, Otis Primary school, bds. Frost, ©2 

^ corner Roseland £ £ 

l? Butler Patrick, baker, house 9 Hancock p 

Q Butler Patrick A. painter, bds. Mansion House, Gore p 1 O 

pq Butler Patrick E. carriage painter, Cambridge, corner First © § 

pn Butterfield Charles M. clerk (60 Broad, B. ), house 87 Gore g" 

. Butterfield George A. produce dealer (14 new F. H. market, 5?g 

W B.), house 106 Austin [Cambridge, h. do. g 

kj Butter'field George F (C. F. Dudley & Co.), provisions, 186 ^ rj 

5 Butterfield James B. agent, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 29 Sixth - ,§ 

^j Butterfield John, clerk (10 Blackstone market, B.), h. Fourth &j p 

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Jx* Butterfield John H. clerk, boards John Butterfield's, Fourth g* p* 

Butters Charles S. provision dealer, (B.) h. 152 Cambridge P g 

Butters John W. house painter, house Porter, near Medford §. 



d Butterworth Anthony, laborer, sugar refinery, h. 88 Fifth 

§ Buttrick Charles F. carpenter, h. 84 Windsor 

^ Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss, h. 8 Norton g 

•g Buttrick Ephriam, h, Divinity ave. n. Kirkland [5 Soden g 

§ Buxton Charles B. (C. B. Buxton & Co.), fish-dealer, house 

Ph BUXTON C. B. & CO. (Charles B. Buxton and Benjamin ^ 

^ Knowles), fish-dealers, Hay market square [h. 9 Walden 

d Buxton Geo. H. livery stable, Walden, near North avenue, Q 

£ Buxton John C. engineer, h. 29 Harvard t> 

gj Buxton John H. mason and plasterer, h. 50 Western avenue £d 

"" Buzzell James O. blacksmith, h. 149 Main ^ 

-g Buzzell William J. book-keeper (B.), bds. 478 Cambridge W 

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Byard Edward J. stereotyper, bds. Byard's, Brighton, near 
Byard John, shoe-maker, h. 169 Dublin [Huckin's mill 

Byers William, carpenter, h. Kennard's blk. Chas. River 
Byfield G. carver, Clark's Cedar, h. Newton [Haras 

Byram Eben S. cabinet maker, Grover Brothers', h. 14 Wil- 
Byron George H. carpenter, h. 22 Inman 
Byron John, painter, bds. 79 Brighton 

CABOT CHARLES H. Mrs. h. 33 Sixth 

Cabot Rhoda L. widow, Charles, h. 2 Magazine court 

Cacy Michael, marble.worker, h. 105 Elm 

Cadby Thos. C. gas-fitter (B.), h. 34 Amory 

Cade Charles B. (J. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 627 Main, 

h. 11 Worcester 
Cade Geo. L. superintendent of streets, h. 464 Main 
Cade Wm. B. polisher, h. 27 Park 
Caffrey James F. carpenter, h. Cambridge, c. Hunting 
Cahall Cornelius, tailor, bds. Smith's, 245 North ave. 
Cahill Daniel, farmer, h. Spruce, near Arlington R. R. 
Cahill John (152 Blackstone, B.), h. 167 Prospect 
Cahill Patrick, farmer, h. Spruce, near Arlington R. R. 
Cahill Patrick, currier, h. 75 Spruce 

Cairne Michael, carpenter, house Warren [ave. 

Calden Asahel W. captain steamer Ulysses, h. 41 Western 
Calderwood John C. brass-founder, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Caldwell AlmiraMrs. widow of Wm. F. h. 131 Cambridge 
Caldwell Clara, wid. George, h. River [Main 

Caldwell Henry L. groceries (141 Commerce, B.), bds. 720 
Caldwell James, farmer, h. 1 Baldwin pi., Baldwin 
Caldwell James, carriage trimmer (B.), h. 27 Sixth 
Caldwell James A. butter dealer (B.), h. 120 Magazine 
Caldwell Matthew, book-binder, h. Blackstone, cor. River 
Caldwell Randolph, hackman,h. 5 Baldwin place 
Caldwell Stephen, h. 5 Baldwin place, Baldwin 
Caldwell William, h. 354 Harvard 
Caldwell Wm. F. printer, h. River, n. Blackstone 
Calef Asa F. (Calef& Co.), planing-mill (Charles, B.), h. 

53 Broadway [h. 90 Spring 

Calef Solomon C. (Calef & Co.), planing-mill (Charles, B.), 
Call Hiram G. carpenter, bds. Willis's, Elm, cor. Russell 
Callaghan Denis, grocer, 349 Main, bds. School, n. Harrison 
Callahan Bart, grocer, 19 Washington, h. do. 
Callahan Calvin, laborer, h. 194 Bridge 
Callahan Daniel, glass-maker, h. r. Third, n. Gore 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere place 

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O Callahan Dennis, laborer, h. 251 Franklin & 

PQ Callahan James, laborer, h. 30 North |jjjf 

„ Callahan Jeremiah, night-watchman, h. Short, n. North 

§ Callahan Jeremiah, job-wagon, h> Cambridge, opp. cjiem. w'ks. Q 

^ Callahan Jeremiah, liquor dealer, fa. Elm, n. Cambridge O 

Ph Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. North, n. Short PJ 

_ Callahan Johanna, widow of Timothy, h. 124 Dublin p 

»S Callahan John, laborer, h. 7 Sparks st. pi. ^ 

g Callahan John, laborer, h. Green, n. Putnam g, 

§ Callahan John, pedler, h. 41 Vine 

H Callahan John P. printer (Boston Daily Post, B.),h. 82 Spring W 

w Callahan Mary, widow Dennis, h. Winter, near Fifth S» 

*g Callahan Margaret, widow John, h. 72 Spruce £2, 

,q Callahan Owen, laborer, h. Elm, cor. Lincoln J"" 1 

2 Callahan Patrick, blacksmith, bds. 35 Sparks 

2 Callahan Patrick, engineer, h. Winter, near Fifth HJ 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 19 Foster g 
Callahan Thomas F. cabinet maker, h. 72 Gore M 

|^ Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 12 North Wq 

O Callahan William, teamster, h. 15 Sargent § £ij 

W Callahan Patrick, laborer, N. E. Glass Co. h. 12 North g* 

" Callender Charles A. schoolbooks, stationery, threads and p ^ 

fancy-goods, 489 Main, h» 487 do. [Main, h. do. " " 

Callender M. L. Miss, stamping and embroidering, 401 P 

y Callender M. M. Miss, dress-maker, stamping and embroider- C 

£ ing, 499 Main, h. do. g 

<J Caller James, paper glazier, h. 25 Ellery £j 

Ph Caller Joseph, paper glazier, h. 25 Ellery XJ1 

Ph Callihan Patrick, foreman gasworks, h. 48 Foster a* 

Callihan Patrick, blacksmith, bds. 38 Foster 

w Calloway Richard, laborer, h. rear Mt. Auburn, near It. R. § 

§ Caiman James J. clerk, 179 Bridge [Gore ^ 

O Calnan John P. carver, Braman, Shaw & Co.'s, h. Third, cor. ^ 

rt Calnan Patrick, at W. S. Blanchard & Co.'s, h. Third CO 

Calnon Jerry, foundry-man, house Lilac ct. cor. Portland p 

03 Calnon Michael, teamster, h. Portland, near Hampshire P 
Calnon Timothy, night-watchman, L. Kinsley & Co.'s, house 

bD rear 67 Moore |§J 
,2 Calvert Charles H. confectioner, h. 13 Clark 

£ Calvert Horatio Mrs. h. 13 Clark g 2 

p[J Calvin John, laborer, h. Cowperthwait, near Crane g 

Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery . B 

o Cambridge Gas Light Co., Lyceum bld'g. Harvard square © 

42 Cambridge Hospital, 102 Prospect *"* 

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CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
J. TV. Cook, pres. J. A. Smith, sec. and treas. 555 Main 
Cambridge Nail Co., Brookline 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL BANK, 59 Cambridge 
Cambridge Railroad Company, Harvard square 
Cambridge Savings Bank, 1 Harvard row 
Cambridge Skating Rink, Broadway, cor. Ellery 
Cambridge Yeast Co. 31 River 
Cambridgeport National Bank, 585 Main 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Main, n. Essex 
Cammon John, carriage-smith, h. Russell, cor. North avenue 
Caramon John A. book-keeper, bds. Russell, cor. North ave. 
Cammon John II. teamster, h. 42 Coggswell ave. 
Campbell Andrew, boiler maker, h. 7 Suffolk 
Campbell Charles J. electrotyper, h. River, cor. Howard 
Campbell David J. painter, bds. H. H. Johnson's, Wallace, nr. 
Campbell Dugald, carpenter, 171 Windsor [Shephard 

Campbell Duncan H. machinist, h. 128 Spring 
Campbell Edward, porter (B.), h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Campbell Edward, harness maker, bds. P. G. Foley's, Cam- 
bridge, near Charles River 
Campbell Frank, baker, bds, 5 Essex 
Campbell Harrison, teamster, h. Spring, near Eighth 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, Vine, cor. Third, h. 3 Vine 
Campbell James, carpenter, h. 9 Broadway 
Campbell James Mrs. h. Flagg, cor. Banks 
Campbell John, cabinet maker, h. 108 Prospect 
Campbell John, blacksmith, h. 61 Bridge 
Campbell John, machinist, h. 11 Union 

Campbell Oliver B. h. North ave. cor. Forest [h. 120]Austin 
Campbell Robert M. restaurant and lunch (931 State, B.), 
Campbell Sarah Miss, h. Brattle, n. School ct. [cor. Walnut 
Campbell Sarah Miss, seamstress, bds. Mrs. Bryant's, Sydney, 
Campbell Thomas W. organ tuner, h. 36 Austin 
Campbell William, boiler maker, h. 57 Moore 
Campbell William H. clerk, h. 14 Wright 
Campbell Wilson, boiler maker, bds. 2 Harrison 
Campbell Wilson, workman, h. 7 Worcester 
Cameron James, cabinet maker, bds. 47 Cedar 
Cameron William G. carpenter, h. Bow, n. Mt. Auburn 
Canavan John, bread-driver, bds. 171 Cambridge 
Canavan William, laborer, h. 17 1 Cambridge [River 

Caneer John (Custom House, B.), h. Kernan's blk. Charles 
Cannell Charlotte Mrs. h. 70 Third 
Cannell Henry, clerk, h. 71 Third 

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Canney Philip, laborer, h. Murdock, near Hampshire 

Cannovan James Mrs. h. rear Gore, near Fifth 

Canterbury C. I. painter, h. 72 Lake 

Canty Timothy, plasterer, h. 26 North 

Capelle Jonas F. clerk 2 h. 138 Thorndike 

Capelle Thomas, carpenter, h. 31 Holyoke 

Carew Thomas A. sculptor, h. 29 Everett 

Carey James, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Bridge 

Carlen Mary, widow John, h. 143 Bridge 

Carlen Susan F. Miss, h. 143 Bridge 

Carleton John P. organ maker, h. 11 Sydney 

Carley James, laborer, h. 9 Donnell 

Carlin James, brass-moukler, h. 4 Perry 

Carliti Michael, laborer, h. tenth in Willow place 

Carlin Patrick, driver of carriage, h. Chapman pi. n. Howard 

Carlisle John, glazier (B.), bds. Lund's, Mt. Vernon 

Carlock Ann, widow Jacob, h. 89 Pearl 

Carlock Chas. T. bds. 87 Pearl [works 

Carlock John It. watchcase maker, h. Main, n. Hovey's bacon 

Carmichael Charles, wood-turner, bds. 32 Cherry 

Carrnichael John, baggage master, h. 102 Cambridge 

Carnes James, finisher furniture, h. 57 Fourth 

Carnes John, boot and shoe-maker, h. 8 Watson 

Carnes John Q. book-binder, bds. 8 Watson 

Carnes Michael M. carpenter, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson 

Carney Bridget Miss, h. Irving place, near Foster 

Carney Catherine Miss, h. Irving place, near Foster 

Carney Francis, laborer, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 

Carney .John, carpenter, h. 7 Eighth 

Carney John, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Gore 

Carney Joseph, tinplate worker, h. Norfolk, n. Cambridge 

Carney Mary, widow of John, h. Bridge, cor. Fourth 

Cuiiey'Mary A. Miss, dress-maker, Bridge, c. Fourth, h. do. 

Carney Maurice, currier, h. Dublin 

Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Irving pi. 

Carney Patrick, h. 17 Winter 

Caron Joseph, brick-maker, h. 1.08 Spruce 

Carpenter Chas. A. scale-builder, h. 15 Eighth 

Carpenter George, cabinet maker, bds. 128 Bridge 

Carpenter George, cabinet maker, h. 110 Hampshire 

Carpenter Narcissia L. wid. Eber, bds. North ave. cor. 

Walden 
Carpenter Reuben, engraver, h. 45 Clark 
Carpenter Thomas, jr. cabinet maker, h. 112 Harvard 

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Can Arthur, glass house laborer, h. 1 Jefferson 

Carr Bernard, soap-maker, h. 112 E. Ferry 

Can* Catharine Mrs. h. 1 Jefferson 

Carr Chas. grease-collector, h. 20 E. Perry 

Carr Edward J. stereotyper, h. Beckett's block, Brighton 

Carr Edward S. tinsmith, b. 53 Mt. Auburn 

Carr Ellen Mrs. h. Sydney, cor. Walnut [nut 

CARR ERWIN S. tinplate worker, 914 Harvard, h,6 Chest- 

Carr Frank B. glass-worker, h. 99 Spring 

Carr Geo. W. tin-pedler, h. 63 Elm 

Carr John H. glass-maker, bds. 99 Spring 

Carr Joseph' D^ mariner, h, 4 Antrim 

Carr Lueien, h. 388 Harvard^ opposite Ware 

Carr Martin, teamster, h. Cowperthwait, n. Beaver 

Carr Michael (P. Carr, jr. & Bro.), soap-manuf. Lopez, n. 

Brookline, h. do. 
Carr Patrick P. laborer, h. Perry, n. Brookline 
Carr Patrick P. jr. (P. Carr jr. & Bro.), soap-maker, Lopez, 

n. Brookline, h. Perry, n. Brookline 
Carr Peter J. laborer, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge [line 

Carr P. jr. & Bro. (M. Carr), soap-manufs. Lopes, n. Brook- 
Carr Thomas, laborer, h. 13 Valentine 
Carrigan Jolm, butcher, h. Willow pL 
Carroll Daniel, machinist, h. 137 Dublin 
Carroll James H. sewing machines, 114 Cambridge, h. do. 
Carroll Jeremiah, harness maker, 4& Cambridge, h. Warren 
Carroll John, glass-maker, h. 36 Winter 
Carroll John, shoe-maker, h. Winter, cor. Fourth [works 
Carroll John F. glass-maker, h. Bridge, opp. Bay State glass 
Carroll John F. machinist, h. Gore, n. Third 
Carroll John I. fishman, bds, 20 Howard 
Carroll Julia, wid. Edward, h. 88 Third 
Carroll Thos. J. bar-tender, h. 17 School ct. 
Carroll William, printer, bds. 33 Bow 

Carroll William, painter, bds. (J. A. Henderson's), North ave. 
Carroll William, laborer, h. Bond 

Carroll William, wheelwright (21 Lancaster B.), h. 219 Main 
Carroll William, grain-measurer, h. Stevens' ct. r. Fourth 
Carroll William H. marble worker (B.), house Court, corner 

Charles 
Carruth Chas. E. grocer, 64 River, h. 66 River 
Carruth George E. clerk, 64 River, bds. 66 River 
Carruth Mary A. widow Chas. E. h. 2 Harrison ave. 
Carruthers Robert II. fancy dry goods, Brewers' bl'k, Brattle 

square, house do. 

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ffl Carson Parker W. carpenter, h. 56 Elm gj 

* Carson Robert, soap-maker, h. 44 Pearl h* 

© Carson Wm. G. supt. John P. Squire's & Co's, provision ^ 

J& warehouse, h. 141 Cambridge O 

Q-i Carter Dennis, clerk, h. Sands, n. Putnam g 

Carter Frank, elerk, k 7 Daniels' ct. ^ 
Carter George, glass-maker, h. 54 Winter 

Carter Geo. E. joiner, bd&. 135 Hampshire & 

Carter Geo. H. clerk (129 Tremont, B.), h. 59 Spring g 

EH Carter Geo. P. book-binder (76 Sudbury, B.), h. Austin, n. $>£ 

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*h Carter Geo. P. (Geo. Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry or- p <j 

J§ gans, Main, cor. Haymarket sq. h. Austin, n, Norfolk P °, 

3 Carter Herbert W. hair-dresser, bds. 449 Main 4 

ci Carter James H. carpenter, h. 6 Green |§) M , 

Carter John, potter, bds. 9 Walden P 

Carter L. box-maker, h. 369 Main £?0 

Carter Lemira W. wid. Richard W. h. 6 Green g P 

q Carter Mary, wid. Daniel, h. 25 Columbia g 

H Carter Nathan A. board-sawyer, bds. East, n. Bridge o 9 

Ph Carter Robert, currier, Muller's tannery *"* § 

. Carter T. carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire GO g" 

W Cartin Joseph, laborer, bds. Water, cor. Bridge g 

M Cartwright Ezekiel, rope-maker, h. 8 Pine [Fisk's blk. © 

S Cartwright Joseph P. hose-driver, steamer, No. 2, h. rear 3 •* O 

S Cartwright Philip, box-maker, Page's, Hampshire, cor. y ,§ 

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gj Carty Henry, bell-hanger, h. Willow place g- c+ 

Carty James F. brass-finisher, h. 8th Willow pi. p S 

Carver F. H. printer, h. 1 Fremont, cor. Pleasant * § 

§ Carwin Thomas, brick -mason, bds. 32 Hastings j* 
O Cary Helen S. wid. Richard, h. Ware, n. Harvard 

tS Cary Thos- G. h. Ware, n, Harvard Q 

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§ Case G. Arthur, school at Andover, bds. 68 Columbia P 
P-| Case Lyman G. expressman (97 Sudbury, B.), h. 68Columbia 

v. Casey Amos, carpenter, h. 188 Bridge ^ 
p Casey Andrew, h. 14 Pine 

'+3 Casey Bernard, carpenter, h. rear 79 Hastings j3 

& Casey Edward, h. rear Norfolk £* 

" Cassey Geo. painter, bds. Foyle's, Spruce, near Rice 3 

•g Casey James S. driver Engine No. 3,_h. Third, c. Cambridge 2 

© Casey John, laborer, h. 31 Green 02 

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Casey Mary, wid. Patrick, h. Banks, n. Flagg 

Casey Michael, porter (B),h.88 Fifth 

Casey Patrick, grocer, h. 114 Fourth 

Casey Thomas, bar-tender, h. Fourth, n. Vine 

Casey Thomas J. carver, h. 173 Cambridge 

Casey Timothy, laborer, h. 4 North 

Casey William, sexton St. John's church and undertaker, 

Bridge, c. Third, h. 104 Fourth 
Cashman John, laborer, h. 24 Donnell 
Cashman Thos. H. sawyer, h. 123 Court 
Casper Nichols, brass-finisher, h. Sixth, n. Vine 
Cass Enoch C. carpenter, h. 12 Jay 
Cass Frederick G. carpenter, 12 Green, h. do. 
Cass John E. carpenter, bds. 3 Oak 
Cass Lewis, bds. 12 Dunster 

Cassidy Edward, gardener, h. 54 Pearl [Spring 

Cassidy Edward, glass-cutter, New England Glass Co's, h. 79 
Cassidy Edward, jr. clerk, bds. 54 Pearl 
Cassidy James, laborer, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson 
Castle P^liza, widow James, h. 15 Cherry 
Caswell Alanson W. painter, h. 89 Tremont 
Caswell Isabel 11. wid. Alanson B. h. 124 Austin 
Caswell John R. carpenter, h. 15 Brookline 
Cate James H. engineer, Cambridge arsenal, h. 85 Wendell 
Cate John Q. A. carpenter, bds. Mrs. Cates, Otis pi. 
Cate Louisa L. Mrs. h. Otis pi. 
Cathcart Samuel, cooper, h. 4 East 

Cathcart Wm. carriage maker, Henderson Bros. h. Somerville 
Cavanagh Dennis, carpenter, h. rear, 10 Vine, n. Fourth 
Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, h. 147 Columbia 
Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, 378 Main, h. 1 Dickinson 
Cavanagh Michael T. pedler, h. 57 Spruce 
Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, h. 26 Winter 
Cavanaugh Michael, laborer, bds. Pleasant, c. Porter 
Caverly Francis, supt. Brookline bridge, h. 98 Allston 
Cawley Thomas J. laborer, Brine & Clark's, h. on the wharf 



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CHAFFEE KNOWLTON S. (Chaffee & Cummings), g. 

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•g Chalk Abraham B. shoe-maker, h. 143 Gore H^ 

O Chamberlin Alfred N. shoe-maker, 24 Magazine, h. Union, P 

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Chamberlain Andrew L. pressman, boards 353 Harvard Jjf 

§ Chamberlain George D. beef (B.), h. River, corner Franklin ~ 

* CHAMBERLAIN H. M. counsellor, Douglass blk. 593J- 2 

pL| Main, hoards do. §. 

Q CHAMBERLAIN J. W. plumber, 562 Main, h. 84 Prospect £! 

** Chamberlain Mary, widow, John, house 77 Brattle [lin P 

g Chamberlain Newell (South Market, B.),h.Biver,cor. Frank- ^ 

§ Chamberlain Alfred N. shoemaker, 24 Magazine, h. Union, §■ 

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M Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier, house 18 Ui ion © 

U Chamberlin Asa W. printer (B.), house 559 Main 5* 

,q Chamberlin Charles P. real estate (B.), h. 31) Columbia P 

g Chamberlin Charles U. clerk, (522 Main, boards 659 Main 

c3 Chamberlin C. O. conductor, U. II. R. bds. Richardson's, Q 

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m Chamberlin Daniel U. hardware, G22 Main h. 69 do. w g 

y Chamberlin Edward & Co. Boston chemical works, Cam- o 5 

O bridge, near Portland, office (21 Central B.) £g 

g Chamberlin George H. clerk, 622 Main, boards 77 Brattle 2 

^ Chamberlin Samuel E. quartermaster general of the State, • ^ 
pq at Arsenal garden, house Chauncy, near Garden 

Cham pi in Robert A. boarding, livery, and sale stable, Bay c. 

M Green, house Main, corner Bay S 

£j Chambers John H. cooper, boards 390 Main 5 

5j Chandler Chas. H. book-keeper, house Prospect, cor. Harvard £j 



Chandler Ebenezer M. provision dealer, Norfolk, n. Harvard, CZ2 



house 16 Amory 

Chandler E. R. hatter, house 19 Hamilton 

g Chandler Frank, boards 54 Garden g 

O Chandler Frederick, book-binder, boards 1 Fremont j 

O . Chandler Gilbert E. clerk (West Boston Bank, B.), house tf* 

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Chandler James, marble worker (A. Wentworth & Co.'s, 17 & 

g • Haverhill, B.), house 17 Fremont £ 

Chandler James F. clerk (B.), boards 74 Hampshire ^ 

&j> Chandler Mary T. widow, house North ave. opp. Sacramento tn 

•g Chandler Oscar, machinist, house 74 Hampshire GO 

.-£» Chandler Stephen B. salesman (192 Washington, B.), house Ej 

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^ Channing Edward T. Mrs. h. 16 Quincy P 

§ Chapin Gardner, clerk (60 Blackstone, B.), bds. Otis n§ 



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Chapin Geo. A. (J. W.Plimpton & Co. .158 Washington, B.) 

h. Arlington 
Chapin George T. (Blackstone market, B.), h. 66 Otis 
Chapin Hiram 0. (12 Blackstone market, B.), h. 73 Fourth. 
Chaplin Geo. carpenter, h. 9 Kinnard 
Chaplin Sarah F. widow Charles F. h. Austin, nr. Inman 
Chapman Abraham, oyster dealer (B.), h. 14 Brookline 
Chapman Amos, blacksmith, h. 391 Main 
Chapman Amos, Mrs. boarding-house, 391 Main 
Chapman, Cyrus, machinist, bds. 39 Windsor 
Chapman Francis L. carriage manufacturer, Brattle square, 

n. Palmer, h. 11 Story 
Chapman Fred L. clerk, boards Chapman's, 11 Story 
Chapman Geo. W. painter, 522 Main, h. Lopez, n. Brookline 
Chapman, Harrison C. machinist, h. 21 Austin 
Chapman Henry, paper hanger, h. 392 Cambridge 
Chapman Samuel, driver, h. Banks, n. Flagg 
Chapman William, h. 392 Cambridge 
Chapman William, jr. carpenter, h. 392 Cambridge 
CHARLES RIVER IRON WORKS, Kendall & Roberts, 

proprietors, 92 Main 
Charles River National Bank, 1 Harvard row [Thorndike 
Charmois Victor, designer, Gore, bet. Fifth and Sixth, h. 141 
Chase Albert, jeweller, (Washington, B.), h. 49 Hamilton 
Chase Arthur S. book-keeper, bds. 12 Green 
Chase Edward, carpenter, h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Chase Edwin B. Rev. house 24 Clinton 
Chase E. F. printer, h. 71 School [59 Moore 

Chase Freeman H. express, order box, 189 Broadway, house 
Chase George S. house 419 Broadway 

Chase Geo. W. moulder, bds. Wheatland blk. Cambridge 

Chase Herbert A. student, bds. 752 Main 

Chase Hiram L. physician, house 752 Main 

Chase Irving, clerk, bds. 46 Prospect 

Chase Isaac F. tinplate worker, 55 Cambridge, h. 8 Sixth 

Chase Isaac R. engineer, h. Hampshire, n. Columbia 

Chase Jeremiah C. nurseryman, h. 287 Broadway 

Chase Josiah G. engineer and surveyor, City Hall, h. 3 
Austin place 

Chase Moses S. chaplain, U. S. N. h. 14 Ash 

Chase Samuel, cooper, bds. 110 Otis 

Chase Samuel F. (Chase & Libby), ice-dealer, Columbia, c. 
Hampshire, h. 52 Elm 

Chase & Libby (Samuel F. Chase and Jackson H. Libby), 
ice-dealers, Columbia, c. Hampshire 

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O Cheeseman Frank, hostler, h. 9 South . 

Cheever Edward, printer (B,), h. Fifth, n. Spring 
Chenery James, rope-maker, h. 197 Dublin 



© Cheney Charles J. receiver, U. R. R. h. 53 Mount Auburn 

p-H Cheney Edwin L, produce dealer (B.), house 7 Union 

" Cheney Horace B. blacksmith, h. 9 Holly pi. 

© Cheney J. D. organ-builder, h. 42 Windsor 

*p« Chenvert Joseph, laborer, h. 132 Spruce 

Q Chesley Sawyer, (Chesley & Simpson), carpenter, r. 579 
© Main, bds. n. 89 Auburn [penters, r. 579 Main 

E" 1 Chesley & Simpson (Sawyer Chesley and H. Simpson, car- 

oa Chester N. agt. brush-manufactory, House of Correction, h. 
g Fourth, n. Otis 

♦Q Chick Edward, teamster, h. Seventh, n. Otis 

S Chickering Chas. W. engineer, h. 56 Brighton 

JSJ Child Andrew J. teamster, h. 87 Moore 

Q Child Francis J. Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, 

H. U. h. Kirkland, opp. Preston 

ft Child Joseph, sail-maker (2 North Market, B.), h. 760 Main 

O Child Joseph jr. leather dealer (95 High, B.), h. 99 Magazine 

H Child Spencer, teamster, h. 226 Broadway 

" Child William B. coachman, h. 15 Pearl 

m Childs Edward F. candy pedler, h. 94 Third 

Childs Henry, printer, house 4 Williams 

J4 Childs John H. book-binder, h. 20 Short 

£3 Childs John J. at medical laboratory, h. 18 Short 

<j Childs Moses M. policeman, bds. Mrs. Steven's, School ct. 

P5 Childs Winthrop W. coachman, bds 15 Pearl 

J*< Chipman Albion, pattern and model maker, h. 80 Spring 

Chipman Henry G. Mrs. h. Western ave. n. Putnam 

oq Chisholm Cullen, carpenter, bds. 88 Third 

9 Chisholm Daniel, carpenter, bds. 88 Third 

O Chisholm William, carpenter, house 88 Third 

c$ Chisholm William A. carpenter, bds. 88 Third 

"5 Chiswick Walter, cooper, bds, 390 Main 



P Chittick Robert, gardener, house 17 Irving place 

Choate David, carpenter, h. Second, n. Cambridge ^ 

&fi Choate George Dr. house 154 Brattle • 

.3 Christian Joseph, cabinet maker, h. r. 12 Winter Q 

£ Christie William, supt. Dana Hill club stable, h. 105 Green |> 

pH Christopher Edward B. carpenter, h. 17 Suffolk W 
^ Christopher Geo. A. book-keeper, bds. 17 Suffolk ■ g 

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Church Alfred A. laborer, house 77 Elm 

Church Benjamin, h. Third, n. Cambridge 

Church John, cabinet maker, house Vine. n. Fourth 

Church Joseph O. lather, h. 25 Hamilton 

Chute Clarinda D. wid. Wm. B. h. r. 500 Main 

Claflen David D. painter, Cottage, n. Union sq. h. do. 

Clancey James, laborer, h. Columbia, n. Webster 

Clapp Arthur 13. student, H. College, bds. 2 Ellsworth ave. 

Clapp Austin P. clerk (B.), bds. 2 Ellsworth ave. 

Clapp Charles C. music store (69 Court B.), h. Mt. Auburn, 

corner Gardner court 
Clapp E. C. printer, h. 21 Mellen [Clinton 

Clapp Edward A. metals (29 and 3.1 John, B.), h. Main, cor. 
Clapp George Walter (F. Clapp & Sons), metals (29 and 31 

John, B.),h. 49*Erie 
Clapp Horace, mason, h. 8 Chestnut 
Clapp John C. insurance agt. 17 Sears building, Washington, 

B.), h. 2 Ellsworth ave. 
Clapp Nancy T. widow, house River, near Franklin 
Clapp Seth Edward, clerk, h. 63 Pleasant 
Clark Albert E. engineer, house 138 Spring 
Clark Alonzo, box-maker, bds. 85 Washington 
Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, Brook- 
line, near Bridge, house do. [16 Walnut 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), telescope maker, h. 
Clark Ambrose H. collector, Gas Co. h. 5 Appian Way 
Clark Amos B. clerk Broadway House, bds. do. 
Clark Appleton, boots and shoes (70 Federal, B.), house 20 

Sacramento 
Clark B. ale, beer, &c. 141 Main, h. 184 do. 
Clark B. P. cigar manuf. Pearl, cor. Green, h. 81 Franklin 
Clark Benjamin P. (Benjamin P. Clark & Co.), confectioner 
and cigar manuf. 552, 554 and 556 Main, h. 81 Franklin 
Clark Benjamin P. & Co. (Benjamin P. Clark, Amasa A. 
McKusick and Thomas H. Emerson), confectionery man- 
ufacturers, 552, 554 and 556 Main 
Clark Charles II. machine-hand, rooms 5 Wheatland blk. 
Clark Daniel, book-binder, bds. Clark's, South, n. Brighton 
Clark Edwd. J. marble cutter, bds. Thomas Clark's, No. ave. 
Clark Fred, salesman (195 Washington B.), b. 104 Harvard 
Clark Geo. B. (Alvan Clark & Sons), te.escope maker, h. 182 

Brookline 
Clark Henry H. printer, h. Harris, n. Oxford 
Clark Henry M. machinist, bds. 61 Third 
Clark Hyson, boiler maker, h. Cambridge, cor. Lambert 

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<g Clark H. M. paper materials (Milk B.), h. North ave. near P 1 

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W Clark James, glass-cutter, bds. 79 Spring O 

•» Clark James A. cigar maker, h. 15 Lopez 

o Clark James P. florist, h. Madison, n. Concord ave. ^ 

£ Clark John, glass-blower, bds. 79 Spring °j 

^ Clark John, house Dunster, near the wharf P 

© Clark John, laborer, h. Sydney, near Allston [Norfolk °^ 

^ Clark John M. messenger (Sub. Treasury, B.), house rear 31 g 

fl Clark John W. cabinet maker, b. 98 Hampshire © 

© Clark Lewis C. confectioner, b. Mrs. Williams, 44 Pine £>^. 

E^ Clark Mary, widow Bartlett, h. Dunster, n. College whf. W » 

m Clark Melancthon TV. policeman, h. 11 Howard, Ward 1 P ^| 

g Clark M. V. B. printer, h. Rockwell, cor. River. P J* 

,Q Clark M. W. police, h. 9 Everett place P 

S Clark Ozias, carpenter, First, n. Cambridge, h. 73 Fourth jijl|^* 

J* Clark Patrick, laborer, bds. 2. Water g* 

q Clark Patrick T. (Brine & Clark), wood and coal, Bridge, £ P 

foot Third, h. 150 Prospect g 2 

M Clark Robert O. N. carver, h. 87 Sixth | H 

O Clark S. Adams, produce dealer, bds. 445 Cambridge © q 

J?| Clark Samuel L. painter, h rear Cherry, n. Main *"* £ 

W Clark Sarah J. wid. Edwin R. h. 141 Otis 02 ^ 



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Clark Sophia S. Mrs. h. 404 Harvard g P 

M Clark Thomas, laborer, bds. 8 Davis *♦ rj 

S Clark Thomas, at Boynton's slaughter-house, h. 88 Windsor y © 

S Clark Thomas, shoe-maker, North ave. n. Walden, h. do. op 

g Clark William, h. 470 Cambridge &£ 

W Clark William, Mrs. h. South, n. Brighton , g g 

Clark William H. (Clark, Whitney & Co.), lumber dealers, * © 

g East, h. South Boston g. 
§ Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan G. and Geo. B. Clark), tele- 

5 scope makers, Brookline, n. Bridge q 

jjf Clark, Whitney & Co. (William H. Clark, William A. Whit- £j 

fl ney, H. Pomeroy and John E. Tuttle), lumber dealers, O 
$ East 

Clarke Augustus P. physician, 497 Main, house do. ^ 

Clarke Benjamin, carpenter, house 6 Gerry 

_ Clarke Elisha jr. clerk, boards 49 Allston O 

+3 Clarke John, furniture manuf. 34 Reed, office (4 Charlestown, *■ t^ 

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^ Clarke Mary, widow James, house Cottage block, Spring g 

o Clarke Mary W. H. widow Moses, house 68 Otis , g 
«m Clarke William, boot-maker, 6 Allen, h. 21 Beaver 



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42 Third 
Clarkson Thomas G. jeweller (11 West, B.), h. 6 Rockwell 
Clary Henry D. (Custom House, B.), h. Oxford, c. Forest 
Clary James, laborer, house E. Perry court 
Clary John, wharfinger, Clark, Whitney & Co.'s , house East 
near Hall's Wharf [State Glass Co. 

Clary Mary, widow David, house Bridge, nearly opp. Bay 
Clary Michael, carpenter, house 122 Spring 
Claussen Peter N. boots and shoes,ll Harvard row,h. Green, 

near Putnam 
Claussen Sarah N. Mrs. boards 29 Norfolk 
Clement Herman A. cabinet maker, Clark's, Cedar, h. Boston 
Clemments William, laborer, house 8 Fourth 
Cleveland Albert D. policeman, house L North ave n. Tannery 
Clifford James, hostler, bds. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Clifford John, engineer, house Banks, n. Flagg 
Clinton Geo. W. mason, h. 39 Washington [Sixth 

Close George, driver, cake and confectionery wagon, bds. 5 
Close John, fancy cake baker, h. 311 Cambridge 
Close John, driver, h. Putnam, cor. Washington ct. 
Clough Morton M. machinist, h. 65 Washington 
Clouston William, carpenter, house 14 Williams 
Clover Frederick, plasterer, house 65 Elm 
Clow Edmund, printer, house 117 Pleasant 
Cloyes Gideon H. conductor, U. R. R. bds. L. J. Cloyes 
Cloyes L. J. policeman, house Church, cor. Palmer 
Cloyes Phillip B. (P. B. Cloyes & Co.), country produce, 20 

Brighton, h. 23 Mill 
Cloyes P. B. & Co. (Phillip B. Cloyes and Everett J. Bur- 
leigh), country produce, 20 Brighton 
Clukes William H. cabinet-maker, h. 173 Cambridge 
Coakley Daniel, butcher, bds. 55 Cedar 
Coakley David, laborer, h. 57 North 
Coakley John, laborer, h. 59 North 
Coakley John, teamster, bds. 9 Sparks 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, house third in Willow place 
Coakley Timothy, express (B.), house 500 Cambridge 
Cobb Benjamin F. surveyor lumber, h. Cambridge, n. Fourth 
Cobb Charles H. clerk (1037 Washington, B.),b. 17 Prospect 
Cobb Cyrus, artist (228 Wash. B.), house 8 Warland 
Cobb Darius, artist (228 Washington, B.), house 8 Warland 
Cobb Edward, currier, boards Eustis court, near Oxford 
Cobb Josiah H. tea-dealer (1037 Washington, B.), house 17 
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Coffee Catherine, widow Timothy, h. foot of Flagg, from Put- 
Coffee Cornelius, laborer, house North, near East 



S Coburn Benjamin V. machinist, rooms 36 Second ^ 

g Coburn Calvin, organ maker, house 148 Spring 2 

pq Coburn Charles, clerk (12 Cornhill, B.), h. Orchards. Beech g; 

- Coburn Charles F. organ maker, house 148 Spring & 

§ Coburn Geo. A. medical student, house 148 Spring 

£ Coburn Misses, house 70 Green q 

P4 Cochran Archibald, case-maker, house Acorn, near Walnut q* 

q Cochran John, cabinet maker, house 14 State jEj 

p, Cocklan Daniel, laborer, house 105 Spruce g- 

d Cocklan David, laborer, house Murdock, near Hampshire ctq 

© Cocklan Michael, laborer, house 192 Bridge p 

E" 1 Coeklin Jeremiah, laborer, house Flagg, near Banks 

oq Cockran Patrick, laborer, h. rear Court, near Charles &) 

£j Cody Morris, currier, house McCabe, near Cambridge [nam c+ 



S Coffee David, brick-layer, bds. Mrs. Coffee's, foot of Flagg q 

§ Coffee Dennis, house 58 North y 

Coffee John, machinist, boards 56 North [496 Cambridge O 

M Coffin David H. picture-frame manuf. (219 North, B.), house £d 

O Cofran Asa A. clerk, 19 Brattle W £ 

W Cofran's brickyard [boarding- house, Vassal lane, r. of brickyard oa H 

*P^ Cofran George P. book-keeper, hou^e Church, cor. Palmer O £ 

£•" Cofran Noah M. brick-maker, house 13 Wyeth ? . 

^ COFRAN SAMUEL M. brick-maker, Concord avenue, h. Q 

M 1 70 Concord avenue )> 

g Cogan Dennis, laborer, bds Mrs. Ellen Cogan's, Bridge, opp. I# 

<J Bay State glass house j2j 

p$ Cogan Ellen, widow of Joseph, house Bridge, near Fourth 

!*( Cogan Joseph, harness maker (79 Sudbury, B.), house Otis 

Cof™eshall Robert C. P. clerk, Bay State Glass Co. rooms « 

w 48 Cambridge Q 

§ Cogswell Edward R. physician, house 330 Broadway O 

O Cogswell Francis, master Putnam grammar school, bds 123 " 

*3 Cogswell Joseph G. house 839 Main . [Prospect ^ 

d Cogswell Samuel B. machinist(J. J. Walworth & Co.'s, B.), p 

£ house Norfolk, corner Austin P 

Cohen Abram, cigar maker, house 42 Brookline ^ 

bo Cohen Betsey Mrs. house East Perry, near Brookline {§J 

.9 Cokely Catherine, Mrs. house Gore, corner Fifth ^ 

ta Cokely Patrick, carpenter, boards 12 Dunster £ 

jx4 Cokely Susan, wid. house Gore, near Third £5 

Colbert John Mrs. house 38 Brighton g 

O Colburn Elbridge G. foreman blacksmith, house 26 Webster © 

«S Colburn Geo. W. (33 Summer, B.), house Dana, opp. Centre 

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Colby Albert M. carpenter, house 110 Otis 

Colby Lucius, painter, house 26 Sixth 

Colby Simeon, teamster, house -110 Otis 

Cole Abigail, widow, house 136 Columbia 

Cole Albert, porter, Putnam's, North avenue, boards do. 

Cole Catherine, widow Isaac, house 40 Holyoke 

Cole Chas. D. grand sec'y, Grand Lodgel.O. of O. F. (548 

Washington, B.), house 738 Main 
Cole Charles H. driver cracker wagon, house 47 Elm 
Cole G. Augustus, pedler, house 101 Allston 
Cole George R. printer, boards 41 Holyoke 
Cole Hanun W. house 52 Trowbridge 
Cole Jeremiah, laborer, house Green, near Bay 
Cole John H. student, H. IT. boards 52 Trowbridge 
Cole S. V. student, boards 40 Holyoke 
Cole Wm. E. carpenter, house 69 Ininan 
Coleman Amos, trainer of horses, bds. M. Davis, Harvard 

near Dana 
Coleman E. P. book-keeper (B. ), house 11 Wendell 
Coleman George W. clerk (42 Franklin, B.), boards 140 Otis 
Coleman John, policeman, house rear 13 Pine 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Coleman Mark W. tinplate worker, house 140 Otis 
Coleman Mary, widow of Morris, h. seventh in Willow place 
Coleman Michael, laborer, Mt Auburn, h. rear Mt Auburn, 

near Sparks 
Coleman Patrick, laborer, house 5 Water, near Bridge 
Coles Winslow V. plate-printer (227 Washington, B. ), house 
22 Austin [5 Franklin 

Coleson George H. ornamental designer, and wood-carver, h. 
Coll Patrick, glass-cutter, h. Webster ave. jane. Windsor 
Collamore Theodore, cabinet maker, 425 Main, h. 3 Kinnard 
Collamore William A. organ action maker, 426 Main, boards 

rear 74 Washington 
Colley Benjamin, piano maker, 206 Hampshire, warerooms 

(538 Washington, B.), boards Colley's, Fayette 
Colley Benj. jr. piano-forte maker (538 Washington, B.), h. 
204 Hampshire [29 Fayette 

Colley Benjamin E. piano-fortes (538 Washington, B. ), h. 
Colley Frank, house Fayette 
Colley Herbert, piano maker, boards Benjamin E. Colley's, 

29 Fayette 
Colley James, piano-fortes (538 Washington, B. ), h. 32 Lee 

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O Collier John, policeman, house Fourth, corner Stevens court & 

g Collier Margaret, widow of Albert, house 3 Linnehan's block ^ 

m Collier Patrick H. glass-maker, X. E. Glass Co. house Winter © 

Collier Thomas, rolling-mill, house 7 near Webster avenue *"* 

© Collihan Michael, laborer, boards 8 Davis ^ 

§ Collins Amelia, cook (Revere House,B. ), house 53 Brooklino 2 

q\ Collins Ann, widow, house rear 6 Vine y 

Collins Arthur, refreshment saloon, 228 Cambridge, house W 

,2 Cambridge, near Eighth g 

P* Collins Daniel, laborer, house 418 Cambridge © 

5 Collins Daniel, book-keeper, boards 69 Spring P, 
p^ Collins Daniel B. book-keeper, boards 69 Spring £» w 

Collins Dennis, tailor, house North, near Short w ^ 

y2 Collins Ellen, widow, David B. house 191 Dublin P© 

® Collins Hannah Miss, dressmaker, bds. Mansion House, Gore 5 S 
m Collins James E. machinist, boards 18 Gore 

§ Collins James H. supt. of Bay State Brick Company, house <yj 3' 

6 North avenue, corner Spruce Q 
^ Collins James J. carpenter, boards Mansion House, Gore £ p 
lT Collins Jeremiah, engineer, house 374 Main [mere blk. R *"* 
q Collins Joel S. (Felt& Collins), carriage maker, house Lech- g Q 
ptj Collins John Mrs. house corner Bolton and Blair place © £ 
P-i Collins Mar/ Mrs. boarding-house, Bridge, opposite Mansion *"* 8 

- House W§ 

" Collins Michael, laborer, house 18 Gore *t p 

M Collins Michael, bds. Thomas Flynn's, North ave. opp.Tannery © Q 

t^ Collins Michael, glass-worker, house 15 Winter J*© 

<j Collins Michael G. laborer, house Second, near Cambridge fcd p 

p5 Collins Patrick, blacksmith, house Short, corner North ° 3. 

(si Collins Patrick, porter, house 140 Pleasant r* g 

Collins Quinton F. paper ruler (43J Congress, B.), house 41 p © 

oa Hamilton " EJ, 
d Collins Richard, laborer, house Brighton, near the bridge 
O Collins Thomas, house 6 Vine 

*5 Collins Thomas, laborer, house North, near Short Q 

*g Collins Timothy, tailor (B.), house Lechmere place jjj 

tf Collins Timothy, glass-maker, house 18 Gore • 

P-i Collins Walter H. clerk, Bay State Brick Company, Spruce, <j 

bO boards J. H. Collins', North avenue, corner Spruce . 

,2 Colloton John B. cabinet maker, house 234 Broadway , q 

£ Collyer, see Collier £> 

gj Colman Amos, hostler, house 9 South £j 

Colman Daniel, laborer, h. Franklin, near Bay S3 

o Colman Helen Mrs. h. 251 Franklin M 

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Colnon John, laborer, h. Lechmere place 

Colson Everett L. teamster, h. 9 Squire's ct. 

Colson Martha E. h. 1 Jennings' ct. 

Colson Small, liquors, h. 241 Cambridge 

Colter Bridget, h. 18 Hunting 

Columbus Louis, clerk, h. 151 "Windsor 

Comboy Thomas, laborer, h. 190 Third 

Cornel Nancy, widow Edward, h. 20 Park 

Comer Robert B. printer, bds. 33 Bow 

Comey C. H. ins. agt. (B.), h. 5 Webster 

Comey George O. clerk (B.), h. 15 State [24 Warland 

Comstock Hiram M. soda-manufacturer (30 Canal, B.), h. 

Conanoecea Baptiste, laborer, h. 132 Spruce 

Conant Agnes Miss, h. 721 Cambridge 

Conant Benjamin, printer, h. 53 Essex 

Conant Harriet Miss, h. 721 Cambridge 

Conant Joseph J. foreman, h. 14 Shepard 

Conant Levi, house 330 Harvard 

Condon John P. carpenter, h. 22 Lopez 

Condon William, laborer, h. 121 Somerset 
Conenwett Phillip, sausage maker, h. 57 Charles 

Conighey John, laborer, h. 132 Spruce 

Conlan Barney, laborer, h. Lambert, near Cambridge 

Conlan Daniel, gas-fitter, Main, bds. Clark, cor. Harvard 

Conlan Edward, laborer, h. Distillhouse place 

Conlan John, h. 184 Windsor 

Conlan John, cooper, h. Vine, near Fourth 

Conlan John, laborer, h. rear Dublin, near Bolton 

Conlan Mary, widow Bernard, h. Third, near Bridge 

Conlan Michael, laborer, h. 184 Windsor 

Conlan Michael, baker, h. rear 200 Bridge ♦ 

Conlan Patrick, laborer, h. Dublin, near Railroad 

Conlan Patrick, h. 59 Thorndike 

Conlan Patrick, granite cutter, h. 57 Harvard 

Conlan Peter, laborer, h. 171 Windsor 

Conlan Samuel, soap-maker, h. 86 Webster ave. 

Conlan Sylvester, laborer, h. Dublin, near Railroad 

Conley Geo. W. organ manuf. (B.), bds. rear Hancock,- near 

Conley James, grocer, h. Charles, near Fourth [Harvard 

Conley James, grocer, h. 29 Brewery 

Conley John, stone-mason, h. Broadway, near Trowbridge 

Conley John H. engraver, bds. 104 Webster ave. 

Conley John W. groceries, 80 Concord ave. h. do. 

Conley Mary, widow Bernard, h. Third, near Bridge 

Conley Peter, Mrs. h. 19 Donnell 

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Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North ave. h. do. 



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j§ Conley Thomas, stone-cutter, h. 22 First £ 

" Conley William, laborer, h. 104 Webster ave. t? 

£ Connell William, laborer, h. 126 Pleasant °i 

& Connell Andrew, laborer, h. 125 Court q 



P4 Connell James, stone-cutter, h. 1 Harvard CR 

Q Connell James, laborer, b. Franklin, near Putnam p 

P. Connell John, laborer, h. 245 Franklin g£ 

Connell Mary Mrs. widow, h. Kinnard, near Bay $j 



g Connell Patrick, grocer, Franklin, near Bay, h. do. ® 

© Connell William, laborer, h. 213 Franklin P 

•■5 Connell William, laborer, bds. 11 Porter f 

"g Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, h. Murdock place, n. Sparks 

^ Connelly Edward, stone-cutter, h. 56 Charles g 

O Conner Charles E. machinist, bds. 1 Holly g 

« Conner Cornelius, laborer, h. Winthrop, near Dunster hj 

M Conner William P. machinist, h. 1 Holly W Q 

^ Conners Michael, laborer, h. Spruce, near brickyard § fcrJ 

nj Conniff John, marble, h. Norfolk, near Cambridge O^ 

Connoll Michael, laborer, h. Franklin, near Soden p fi 

pq Connolly John, carpenter, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn * " 

Connolly Michael, carpenter and stair-builder, h. 95 Sixth ^ 

M Connolly Thomas, carpenter, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn m 

2 Connor Charles, pressman, bds. 33 Bow £j 

2 Connor James, cabinet maker, h. 68 Winter [sj 

p"] Connor John, currier, h. 79 Spruce GO 

Connor John, shoe-maker, bds. Montgomery gp 

Connor John C. laborer, h. Sparks, near Foster 

§ Connor Mrs. widow, h. Dunster, near South q 

O Connor Patrick, laborer, h. Jackson, near Spruce - 

p2 Connor William, laborer, h. 83 Spruce £* 

+a Connors Arthur, carpenter, h. School, cor. Harrison CO 

Q Connors James, gardener, h. 435 Cambridge P 

pL| Connors John, waiter, h. 58 Charles 5 

Connors John, laborer, h. Green, near Bay 

g Connors John H. liquor dealer (119 Haverhill, B.), house ^ 

:£ Cambridge, near Fourth • -^ 

jtn Connors Michael, laborer, h. Green, n. Bay 

" Connors Patrick, laborer, h. 165 Elm g 

-g Connors Patrick, laborer, h. 167 Franklin [Putnam g 

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Connors Thomas, laborer, h. 203 Franklin 

CONNORS THOMAS, grocer, Third, cor. Gore, house 42 

Cambridge 
Conrey James, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 
Conrey John, printer, h. Kinnard, near Putnam 
Conrey Keen, laborer, h. Kinnard, near Putnam 
Conrich Edward, watchman, h. 79 Hastings 
Conroy John, slater, h. 66 Charles 
Conroy Patrick, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 
Conroy Michael J. stone-cutter, h. 13 Sparks 
Conry Morris, laborer, h. West, near Reed's alley 
Converse Benjamin, h. 25 Williams [way 

Converse Betsey Mrs. bds/Joseph H. Converse's, 403 Broad- 
Converse Joseph H. treasurer (39 State, room 12 B.),h. 403 

Broadway 
Conway Catherine, widow Martin, h. 192 Bridge 
Conway Richard, mason, h. 7 Crane 
Conway Thomas, brick-layer, h. 112 Broadway 
Coogan James, car-driver, h. Crane, near Banks 
Coogan James, laborer, h. 77 School 

Cook Charles, brass-finisher, rooms 51 Gore [Magazine 

Cook Charles A. scale-maker (6 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. 23 
Cook Ephraim, painter, h. 59 Gore [Auburn 

Cook Fannie A. Miss, teacher Boardman school, bds. 77 
Cook James, lather, h. 105 Webster ave. 
Cook James C. carpenter, h. 3 Pioneer place 
Cook Jane Mrs. h. Irving place 
Cook John F. butcher, h. 10 Coggswell ave. 
Cook John T. teamster, h. 136 Columbia 
Cook Josiah P. jr. Irving Prof, of Chemistry and Mineralogy, 

Harvard University, h. Quincy, near Harvard 
Cook Josiah W. president, Cambridge Mutual Insurance Co. 

555 Main, h. 762 Main 
Cook Lewis, organ maker, h. 56 Charles 
Cook Martha F. widow George, h. 717 Cambridge 
Cook Mary C. Miss, assistant teacher Shepard Grammar 

school, bds. Somerville 
Cook Micah W. policeman, h. 19 Shepherd 
Cooke John B. cattle broker, h. Davenport, cor. Elm 
Cooke Thomas D. policeman, h. 10 Allen 
Coolbroth Edward, carpenter, h. 39 Cowperthwait 
Cooley Albert L. furniture dealer (40 Lancaster, B.), house 

91 Magazine 
Cooley George, carpenter, 1 Shepherd's blk. [Main 

Coolidge Austin J. attorney (13 Pemberton sq. B.), h. 758 



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PQ Coolidge Flavel, h. 48 Trowbridge 

m Coolidge John, carpenter, h. 14 Myrtle pi. 5b 

§ Coolidge Joseph G. farmer, h. Coolidge ave. n. Mt. Auburn q 

^ Coolidge Josiah, farmer, h. Brattle, n. Fayerweather g* 

PL| Coolidge Nancy, wid. of Flavel, h. 507 Main g; 

^ Coombs C. Everett, clerk (9 Winter, B.), bds. 6 Gerry - 

Coombs Edward S. printer, h. Madison, n. Concord ave. 

Coombs Eliza J. tailoress, bds. 2 Worcester 

Coombs Lyman, pressman, bds. 77 Mt. Auburn §3. 

EH Cooney Patrick, gaidener, h. 12 Madison £j 

Cooper Almond F. physician, h. 74 Ellery [River g* 
S Cooper Charles (Charles Cooper & Son), soap manuf. h. 87 P 
Jg Cooper Chas. A. (Chas. Cooper & Son), bds. 87 River F 
d Cooper Chas. & Son (Charles Cooper and Charles A. Coop- 
ed er), soap-manufacturers, rear 87 River Q 
^ Cooper David, painter, bds. 26 East Perry W W 
^ Cooper Edgar F. soap-maker, h. 100 River § 2 
m Cooper George, laborer, h. Cambridge, n. Lambert q Cl 
q Cooper James, carpenter, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren P hh 
pq Cooper John, blacksmith, -Ivers' North ave. h. Somerville 
FL| Cooper John, market-man (Fulton, cor. Commercial, B.), h. ^ 

rear 118 Thorndike " 

W Cooper John J. printer, h. 26 E. Perry P 

^ Cooper Joseph, cigar maker, h. 15 Pine |2 

h» Cooper Samuel, laborer, Muller's tannery [Hasting's h* 

^j Cooper William, boiler-maker, Kendall & Robert's, h. 75 y 

p£ Cooper Wm. soap-manufacturer, River, h. 100 River (Z2 

fil Cooper Wm. F. organ-tuner, h. 349 Broadway [2 Howard go 

Cooper Wm. H. soap-manufacturer, River, near Tremont, h. 

02 Cooper Wm. W. coast-survey, h. 13 Norton Q 

d Cope) and Ann M. Miss, h. 117 Auburn j 

§ Copeland Danforth S. waiter, h. 125 Spring ^ 

^ Copeland Geo. H. policeman, h. 12 Windsor CO 

"g Copeland Henry F. confectioner, h. 125 Spring g 
c3 Copeland John C. express driver, h, (E. Boston) 
Ph Copeland Milton J. h. 79 Clark 
bo Copeland Sarah E. Miss, bds. 85 Auburn 
t jJ Copeland Seth, mason, h. 125 Spring 

£ Copeland Warren T. teacher Grammar School, Mt. Auburn, £ 

g h. Bath, cor. Mt. Auburn j3 

Copithorne John, h. Norfolk, n. Somerville , Q 

q Copithorne Matthew Mrs. h. Norfolk, n. Somerville g 
eg Copithorne Richard M. book-seller, h. Norfolk, n. Somerville 



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Copithorne Wm. book-binder, h. 163 Columbia 
Copp Geo. A. pocket-book manuf. bds. 30 Pearl 
Copp Margaret Mrs. widow Geo. W. h. 32 Pearl 
Coppenrath Jacobus, cabinet maker, house Eighth, n. Otis 
Corbellas James, coachman, h. 44 Spring 
Corbett James, laborer, h. Warren, n. Jefferson 
Corbett John, carpenter, h. 333 Main 
Corbett Michael, night-watchman, h. 181 Bay 
Corbett Michael, painter, h. Elm, n. Cambridge 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, h. Bay, cor. Green 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, h. Hackett's yard 
Corcoran Dennis, policeman, h. 150 Spring 
Corcoran Edward, laborer, h. Jefferson, n. Warren 
Corcoran James H. clerk, 609 Main, bds. 31 East Perry 
Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, h. 156 Green 
Corcoran John, printer, h. 30 East Perry 
CorcoranJJohn, blacksmith, h. South, n. Brighton 
Corcoran John, laborer, L. R. R. h. 18 North 
Corcoran Michael, pressman, h. 18 Harrison court 
Corcoran Morris, laborer, h. 108 Kinnard 
Corcoran Patrick, laborer, h. Short, n. North 
Corcoran Richard, h. Foster, cor. Willard 
Corcoran Timothy, mason, h. Sparks, n. Mt. Auburn 
Corcory Matthew, laborer, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Corey Amelia Mrs. h. North avenue, n. Porter's station 
Corkery^Dennis, teamster, h. Washington court 
Corkery Dennis Mrs. h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Corkery Matthew, laborer, h. Washington court 
Corkery Michael, laborer, h. 134 Webster ave. 
Corkery Michael, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Corliss John, teamster, h. Norfolk, n. Cambridge 
Cornelius L. F. wid. of Elias, h. 307 Broadway 
Cornell David, box-maker, Page's factory, h. r. 145 Columbia 
Corr Anna, wid. John, Cambridge, cor. Webster ave. 
Cosgrove Andrew, workman, h. 52 Charles 
Cosgrove Joseph, laborer, bds. 105 Spruce 
Cosgrove J. currier, bds. Reed, n. Spruce 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, h. 20 Donnell 
Costeller Edward Mrs. h. 17 Tuttle 
of Costello Edward, laborer, h. 178 Franklin 
Costello Edward Mrs. h. Franklin, n. Hancock 
Costello Joseph, tinman, bds. 34 Hamilton 
Costello Michael, engineer, h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Costello Mrs. widow, h. foot Dunster 

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g Cotter Edward J. pressman, h. 130 Brookline P* 
pq Cotter John, laborer, h. Baldwin . 

Cotter Morris, switch-tender, L. R. R. h. East, n. L. R. R. O 
© Cotter Richard, tinplate worker, b. Baldwin 

§ Cotter Thomas, laborer, h. Cowperthwait ^ 

2 Cotter Thomas Mrs. h. r. 26 Vine 2 
Cotting E. P. clerk (P. O., B.), h. 93 Norfolk p 

,2 Cotton H. Norman (Cutter, Tower & Co.), stationery (83 w 

gt Milk, B.), house 23 Clinton g 

9 Cotton J. Frank, pedler, 554 Main, h. at Somerville © 

plj Cotton John P. pump-maker, h. 110 Auburn P 

Cotton J. Warren, agent (Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Com- co M 

g pany, 15 State B.), h. 52 Magazine ^ 

© Cotton Susan G. Mrs. h. 27 Shepard [84 Auburn p q 

'S Couch John (Deny ven & Couch), furniture manufacturer, h. P*£j 

§ Coughlin John, laborer, h. 77 Spruce £*~ 

& Coughlin John, building-mover, h. 87 Harvard &* g* 

O Coughlin John, laborer, h. North, near East CC 

~ Coughlin Michael, laborer, h. 50 Spring 5 £ 

M Coughlin Timothy, laborer, h. 59 Hampshire g 4 

S Coulter James, moulder, bds. 20 Harvard P q 

nj Coulter John, laborer, h. 24 Vine 4 pi 

Counihan John, stone-cutter h. Charles, n. Fourth w & 

m Countway David L. hair-dresser, Hutchins', North ave. bds. ^ 2 

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M Courtney Benj. clerk, 606 Main, h. 22 Essex rfy 

3 Courtney Benj. grain-dealer, h. 273 Harvard M CD 
<| Courtney Friend S. h. 273 Harvard gp 
P3 Courtney Thomas, laborer, h. 186 Bridge g^ 
" Courtney Wm. J. brush-maker, h. rear 36 Gore O g 

Cousens Catherine H. Miss, confectionery, Norfolk, corner P §> 

w Broadway, h. 11 Gardner P^ 
§ Coveney Jeremiah W., U. S. store-keeper (Grand Junction 

O wharves, B.), and real-estate agent, 97 Cambridge, bds. ~ 

ri Mrs. Coveney's, Short, n. Bridge gj 

pi Coveney John, teamster, h. 224 Bridge q 
^ Coveney Margaret Mrs. h. Short, n. Bridge 

Coveny Jeremiah J. lager-beer, h. 68 Spring ^J 

bD Coveney John J. salesman (Walker & Co.'s, 3 Tremont Row, ^ 

P B.), h. 68 Spring [sor, n. Cambridge q 

ta Coveny John W. grocer, Cambridge, cor. Columbia, h. Wind- f> 

ji] Cowan Benj. L. watch-maker, h. Brookline, n. Valentine £j 

Cowan Bernard, building mover, h. 63 Clark ^ 

© Cowan Thomas, building mover, h. 20 Market [Holyoke H 

«S Cowdin Fred A. clerk, bds. L. F. Cowdin's, Mt. Auburn, cor. u 



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Cowdin Levi F. dry-pressman, h. 28 Mt. Auburn 
Cowen Dennis, rope-maker, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Cox Chas. P. pattern maker (Charlestown), h. 14 Webster pi. 
Cox Edward, shoe-maker, h. 7 Windsor 
Cox Francis A. conductor, bds. 102 Green 
Cox Geo. printer, h. 155 Windsor [h. 99 Hampshire 

COX JAMES, publisher of Cambridge Press, 53 1J Main, 
Cox Jas. H. printer, h. 99 Hampshire 
Cox John, tailor, bds. Smith's, 245 North ave. 
Cox John, plasterer, h. 81 Elm 
Cox John, teamster, h. 1 4 Foster court 
Cox Lavina C. Mrs. milliner, 116 Cambridge, h. do. 
COX LEONARD, Cambridge laundry, Soden, h. 102 Green 
Cox Thos. H. carpenter, h. Columbia, near Hampshire 
Cox Wm. laborer, h. Columbia, cor. Hampshire 
Cox Wm. F. printer, h. 99 Hampshire 
Coy Chas. machinist, h. 41 Seventh 
Coy Frederick W. pattern maker, h. Cambridge, n. Fifth 
Coy Geo. H. engineer, F. R. R. h. Seventh, n. Otis [Eighth 
Coy Horace S. express (98 Merrimac, B). h. Thorndike, cor. 
Coy Richard, laborer, h. Eighth, n. Cambridge 
Coyle Frank, laborer, h. Jefferson 
Coyle James, boiler maker, h. 120 Fourth 
Coyle James, teamster, h. Jefferson 
Coyle Terrence, laborer, h. Bolton, n. Blair place 
Crabbie Miller, h. Elm, n. Harvard 
Craft Wm. B. s (37 Commercial, B.), h. 5 Bigelow 
Crafts Chas. H. clerk, bds. Geo. W. Crafts' 29 Brookline 
Crafts Geo. M. cook, h. 32 Pleasant 
Crafts Geo. W. book-binder, h. 29 Brookline 
Cragin Francis, mechanic, h. Fourth, cor. Spring 
Cragin John, waiter, h. Warner, cor. Jefferson 
Cragin Samuel, bar-keeper (Webster House, B.), h. Cam- 
bridge, cor. Columbia 
Craig Isaac, plasterer, h. 22 Hastings 
Craig Robert, book-binder, h. 19 Walnut court 
Cram Chas. E. book-keeper, bds. 83 Prospect [Cottage 

Cram Chas. N. furniture and pictures (24 Eliot, B.), bds. 44 
Cram Geo. W. surveyor of lumber, h. 83 Prospect 
Cram Henry B. book-keeper, bds 83 Prospect 
Crane Luther, paper dealer (8 Federal, B.), h. 757 Main 

Crappon , cabinet maker, h. Elm, n. Cambridge 

Craven Wm. N. upholsterer, 600 Main, h. (B.) 
Crawford Chas. laborer, h. Murdock pi. 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
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<g Crawford Geo. R. clerk (B.),h. 195 Hampshire [h. 70 Pearl ^ 

O Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), plumber, 59 2J Main, q 

W Crawford , stone-cutter, bds. Choate's, Second, near £ 

Cambridge pr" 

o Crawley George E. grocer, 538 Main, bds. 555 Main 

,2 Creed Dennis, baker, house 87 Spruce Q 

P"* Creed Joseph, brass-moulder, house 132 Spring O 

© Creelman Andrew, carpenter, house 121 Spring P 

'p, Creelman William, book-binder, house 14 Harrison avenue p" 

d Cremer Ann, widow, house 159 Windsor °3 

O Crepean Frank, cabinet-maker, house 106 Harvard ^ 

E"* Cressey Frank, teamster, house 26 Brook's block, School 



oq Creswell Arthur, carpenter, house Warren, cor. Porter q 



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§3 Cristie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
& Cristy Caroline L. widow Wm. C. house 36 Lee 
3 Croak Michael, stone-cutter, house 131 Court 

5 Crocker Catherine Miss, house Main, opp. Cherry Q 

q Crocker Charles, sawyer at (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), h. Bris- H 

tol, near Hampshire .. O 

M Crocker George W. proof-reader, house 1 04 Inman q W 

O Crocker John, C. machinist, house 105 River gQ 

rj Crocker John W. stucco worker, house 3 Williams, c. Pearl' g *™ 

Crockett Edward, conductor, boards 21 Charles River • ^ 
pq Crockett George W. carpenter house 43 Pearl 

Crockett John F. foreman L. R. R. repair-shop, h. do. O 

M Crockett Nathaniel, tinplate worker, house 43 Pearl rj 

£3 Cromwell John, mason, house Wheatland block, Cambridge g 

*J Cronan Cornelius, laborer, rear East, n. R. R. 2 

M Cronan Daniel, laborer, house Lechmere place § 
■** Cronan James, laborer, house Jefferson, n. Warren 

Cronan John, laborer, house Lambert, n. Cambridge 

«j Cronan John, laborer, house Lechmere place O 

§ Cronan John, machinist, house Jones' alley P 
O Cronan John M. building mover, house 15 School 

jf Cronan Mary A. widow of Michael, h. Western ave. n. Putnam co 

d. Cronan Patrick, laborer, house 60 North p 

^ Cronan Timothy, carpenter, house Murdock, cor. Hampshire P 

Cronan Timothy A. furniture finisher, house 56 Charles 

W) Cronan Timothy F. painter, house West, n. Reed's alley <yj 

.9 Cronin J. J. cigar-maker, house 13 Lopez 02 

•+J Crosby Austin R. clerk (B.), house 100 Hampshire 5 

jx< Crosby G. A. book-keeper, house 50 Pine B 

Crosby Joseph, baker, house 48 Auburn B 

o Crosby William, wines and liquors (98 Water, B.), house 35 ^ 

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Cross Benjamin, railroad man, boards 9 Leighton ct. 

Cross Daniel, gardener, house Pine, cor. School 

Cross Joseph, organ maker, h. 63 Pleasant [5Q River 

Crossman Edward L. machinist (79 and 81 Haverhill, B.), h. 

Crossman Nancy, widow Lloyd, house 56 River 

Croswell Andrew Rev. house 19 Ash, cor. Mt. Auburn 

Croswell Samuel P. fancy-goods (23 Chauncy, B.), h. 31 Lee 

Crothers George E. clerk, boards 1 Fifth 

Crothers William jr. tin-pedler, house 1 Fifth 

Crow John C. carpenter, rooms 20 Holyoke 

Crow Samuel, carpenter, boards Xorth ave. cor. Beech 

Crowd Edwin S. barber, Cambridge, n. "Webster ave. 

Crowe Samuel C. boot-maker, boards 391 Main 

Crowell John W. cooper, house 3 Tenney 

Crowell Patrick, currier, house Spruce [Everett pi. 

Crowell Thomas H. foreman Cambridge Gas Co.'s, house 

Crowell Timothy, lumber dealer (144 State, B.), house 34 

Prospect 
Crowley Cornelius, gate-tender, h. r. 194 Bridge 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 
Crowley David, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
Crowley David, teamster, h. Harvard, n. R. R. 
Crowley David, laborer, h. 8 North 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, h. North, n. East 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoe-maker, h. 233 Franklin 
Crowley Jeremiah, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Crowley John, rubber, h. 17 Winter 
Crowley John, laborer, h. 28 Harvard 
Crowley John, laborer, h. 114 Court 
Crowley John, stone-cutter, bds. Wheatland blk. 
Crowley Mary, wid. h. Short, n. Lowell R. R. 



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Crowley Patrick, gardener, bds. Manning's^ Chestnut, near 
Crowley Wm. laborer, h. East, n. L. R. R. 
Crump Wm. H. painter, bds. 220 Harvard 
Cuddy John, glass-cutter, h. 159 Columbia 
Cuddy John jr. glass-cutter, h. 159 Columbia 
Culhan Edward, laborer, h. 6 State 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 5 Willard place 
Culhane John, laborer, boards Bay, corner Franklin 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house Flagg, near Beaver 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house Bay, near Franklin 
Culhane Thomas, teamster, house 84 Fifth 
Cullen Bridget, widow Patrick, house 309 Cambridge 
Cullerton Frank, laborer, house Willow pi. near Cambridge 
Cullerton James, laborer, house Willow place 

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O Cullimane Daniel, grocer, 65 Spruce, house do. 

W Cummerford Mary A. Miss, nurse, house 3 Appian Way O 

•» Cummerford Sarah A. widow Patrick, house 3 Appian Way 

O Cummings Charles H. flour-dealer (44 Commercial, B.), h ^ 

£ 714 Main O 

Pn . Cummings Charles P. printer, house 154 Green 5 

q Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cummings), charcoal, lime uq 

^ &c, Bridge, junction Cambridge, house 72 Otis 

d Cummings Franklin, commission merchant (B.),h. 10 Prince 5 

© Cummings George B. printer, house 19 Franklin , § 

&■* Cummings Henry, engineer, house 6 Walnut »£. £ 

m Cummings James, fireman, boards 9 Wh'eatland block w 

S-j Cummings John F. book-keeper, boards 10 Prince g ^ 

,q Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, p,a> 

2 Bridge, Boston . ^ 

J3 Cummings Patrick, currier, house Franklin, near Bay ctim. 

q Cummings, Kenney & Co. (Nathaniel Cummings, John qqP 

Kenney, and Robert W. McNinch), hardwood lumber, £ o 

^ Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge |3 5 

O Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (B.),h. 178 Cambridge Q 

W Cunio Anthony, restaurant (19 School, B.), h. 16 Pleasant ® Q 

P" 1 Cunnabel William, printer, bds. rear 351 Harvard xn 

• Cunniff Timothy, boot-fitter, house Montgomery 2? O 

" Cunningham Charles, engineer, house 86 Fifth q 2 

M Cunningham James, Mrs. house 145 Franklin S-H 

^ Cunningham James wood-turner, house 5 Austin m q 

<J Cunningham John, truckman, house 105 Fourth, n. Vine &TO 

p3 Cunningham M. P. carpenter, boards 49 Clark oa ^ 

P=< Cunningham Owen, plasterer, boards Mrs. Sharkey's, Flagg, q S* 

near Bank P g 

oq Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house Concord ave. n. railroad P 

g Cunningham Philip, laborer, house Vine, near Fourth ** 

O Cunningham Timothy, laborer, house 32 Harvard 

'S Curley Ann, widow of Michael, house rear 158 Bridge Q 

^ Curley John, laborer, house Tuttle, near Wyeth W 

ri Curley Martin, laborer, house 23 Donnell P 

" * Curran James H. fish-dealer, bds. Elliot, cor. Owen place 

bo Curran Jeremiah F. (Curran & Dunn), boot and shoe-dealer, 

.S 177 Cambridge, house 242 Cambridge <~ 

1£ Curran John F. pressman, house Baldwin, near Cambridge ^ 

jxj Curran Michael, laborer, house 180 Dublin jj0 

Curran Nicholas F. fish-dealer, boards 22 Inman ^ 

O Curran Philip, Mrs, house Elliot, corner Owen place H 

«m Curran Philip T. coachman, bds. Elliot, corner Owen place G° 

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Curren Peter, cooper, house Cambridge, near Warren 

Currier Arthur, book-binder, house 23 Cherry 

Currier Charles E. grocer, house 41 Essex 

Currier Michael, carpenter, boards 7 Norton court [court 

Currier Thomas, blacksmith, bds. Timothy Currier's, 7 Norton 

Currier William E. clerk, boards 28 Pearl 

Currier William P. car-builder, house 28 Pearl 

Currier Timothy, laborer, house Norton court [Lane 

Curry Edward, laborer, bds. John F. Roger's, Fresh Pond 

Curry James, cabinet maker, h. Winter, n. Third 

Curry Wm. blacksmith, bds. Wm. Glennons, Mt. Auburn 

Curtin Edward, teamster, h. Brick alley, cor. North [Lane 

Curtin James, laborer, bds. John F. Roger's, Fresh Pond 

Curtin Patrick T. blacksmith, h. Belmont 

Curtin Thos. laborer, h. 181 Dublin 

Curtin Thos. laborer, h. 30 Gore 

Curtin Wm. laborer, h. 75 Spruce 

Curtis Albert W. mason, h. 24 Wendell 

Curtis Chas. carpenter, Milk, h. Groveland, n. Spruce 

Curtis Frank J. glass-maker, h. 40 Gore 

Curtis Hannah, wid. Thos. h. 40 Gore 

Curtis John B. glass-maker, h. 21 Fifth 

Curtis Rest F. teacher, h. 22 Inman 

Curtis Thos. F. clergyman, h. 22 Inman 

Cusack William, laborer, bds. John Moran's, Gore 

Cushing Ambrose M. soapstone manufacturer (14 Marshall, 

B.), h. Inman, n. Harvard 
Cushing Charles C. apothecary clerk, bds. Garden, n. Wyeth 
Cushing Christopher Rev. secretary (American Congrega- 
tional Union, 16 Tremont Temple, B.), h. 6 Ellery 
Cushing Levy L. jr. assessor, h. 25 Rice 
Cushing L. F. Sydney, printer, rooms 58 Mt. Auburn 
Cushing William, watchman, h. 53 Mt. Auburn 
Cushman Charles, h. 801 Main 
Cushman Mary Miss, h. 50 Mill 
Cushman Moses E. ins. agt. h. 339 Broadway 
Cutler Alfred D. h. 139 Thorndike 
Cutler Ann M. G. Miss, music teacher, h. 7 Prospect 
Cutler Curtis (67 Broad, B.), h. last one in Kirkland pi. 
Cutler George H. carpenter, h. 26 Mellen 
Cutler George O. book-keeper (B.), bds. 104 Otis 
Cutler Isaac, carpenter, h. 7 Summer [35 Tremont 

Cutler James E. commission merchant (98 Commercial, B.), h. 
Cutler Joseph, attorney (47 Court, B.), h. 723 Cambridge 
Cutler Wm. P. book-keeper (28 High, B.), h. 8 Rice 

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§ Cutter Charlotte A. Miss, bds. C. A. Cutter's, Oxford *4 

^ Cutter Cordelia Miss, bds. C A. Cutter's, Oxford § 

p4 Cutter Eben, hats and caps (Dock sq. B. ), h. 23 Essex p 



Cutter Eugene, piano-forte worker, h. 22 Cherry 

Cutter Ellis, organ maker, h. 21 Cherry g 

Cutter E. P. hatter (14 Dock sq. B.), h. 23 Essex © 



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En Cutter Geo. icetool maker, h. Somerville CO 20 

Cutter Geo. H. jeweller (Water, B.), h. Holly pi. p <| 

U Cutter Geo. W. varnisher, h. 8 Holly pi. P Jj* 

£ Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), icetool manuf. ^P 

d h. Union sq. cor. Cottage [ter's Hotel tf*- 

<& Cutter James II. & Co. icetool manufs. North ave. n. Por- ^g. 

g Cutter James M. (Cutter, Tower & Co.), stationery (Milk, g* p 

^ cor. Congress, B.), h. Hancock, cor. Broadway t w 2 

^f Cutter Lawrence, laborer, h. 34 Brighton E t-t 

O Cutter Leander, painter, h. 22 Cherry g q 

H Cutter Maria Miss, h. 38 Market 4 p 

P^ Cutter Mary H. wid. Samuel L. h. Prospect 02 S- 

m Cutter Peter, hats &c.'(3 Dock sq. B.), h. 50 River £g 

Cutter Sulivan A. painter, bds. Mrs. A. Cutter's, No. ave. g> P 

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{2J Cutter Warren, trader, h. Davenport, n. cor. Orchard .. o 

<J Cutter Wm. E. student, bds. Cutter's, Hancock §* p 

tf Cutter Wm. H. clerk, bds. 22 Cherry £ 3 



" Cutting Geo. box-maker, bds. 160 Harvard O g 

Cutting Henry, moulder, 23 Harrison P © 

o5 Cutting Kelib O. box-maker, bds. 160 Harvard £ 
g Cutting Wm. N. cabinet-maker (B.), bds. 127 Harvard 

O Cutting Theodore, laborer, bds. John Butterfield's, Fourth q 

rt Cyr Edward, brick-maker, Cofran's, h. Vassal lane, n. |r| 

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c3 Cyr Edward jr. teamster, bds. Cofran's, Concord ave* 

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.2 Dadmun Chas. R. surveyor of lumber, h. 11 Broadway,L. P. O 

S Daggett Freeman L. musician, h. 5,1 Essex t^ 

g] Daggin James, cabinet turner, h. Washington court § 

Daggins John, laborer, h. 118 court g 

q Dahn Andrew, butcher, Muller's tannery E5 
sg Dailey Joseph P. carver, h. 247 Broadway 

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* ** Dailey Wm. hack, boarding and livery stable, 43 Cam- 
« z ' bridge, opp. Beal & Hooper's, house 58 Sixth 

"g | Dailey Wm. R. clerk, h. rear 126 Spring [Trowbridge 

fj S Daily Chas. B. cigar manuf. 539 Main, h. Broadway, n. 

g | Daily Cornelius, gardner, h. Hancock, n. Green 

£ 55 Daily Francis P. lather, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 

£ * Daily Geo. E. livery stable, 282 Broadway, h. 284 do. 

# Daily James, oil hat maker, h. Spring, n. Fifth 
Daily James, baker, h. Eighth, n. Cambridge 



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Daily John, laborer, h. 59 Pear 



« t Daily Margaret E. wid. h. rear 382 Cambridge 
i | Daily Michael, laborer, h. foot of Green 




o Daily Michael, shoe-maker, h. rear 6 Harvard sqnare 
Daily Michael, laborer, h. Charles, cor. Court 
Daily Owen, laborer, h. Court, n. Charles [Thorndike 

Daily Uriah J. livery stable, Cambridge, cor. First, h. 79 
Dakin Arthur, armorer (Boylston Hall, B.), h. 134 Harvard 
Dale Edward, clerk, bds. 66 Gore 
Dale Geo. h. 66 Gore 
Dale Lorenzo H. fireman, h. 6 Winter 
DaleThos. J. fish-market, 124 Cambridge, bds. 66 Gore 
Dale Wm. W. silver-plater (24 Sudbury, B.), bds. 66 Gore 
Daley Dennis, laborer, h. 358 Broadway 
Daley John, binder, h. 261 Franklin 
Daley John, laborer, h. 239 Franklin 
^ Dallinger Chas. hatter (B.), h. Western ave. n. Putnam 
oo Dallinger Caroline Miss, h. Main, cor. Hancock 
u Dallinger Elizabeth E. teacher, bds. Main, cor. Hancock 
^ Dallinger Wm. variety, 155 Harvard, h. 93 Windsor^ *^ 




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g be Dallis Mary Miss, h. 46 Brighton q Q 

§ S Dalton Christopher, laborer, h. Third, n. Gore P. # 

j-^ ^ Dalton James, soap-maker, h. 70 Pearl B 

g g Dalton John E. h. 68 Winter g jjg 

§ Dalton Mary A. wid. Richard, h. 13 Mt. Auburn £; 

2 O Dalton Mary Mrs. h. 101 Fourth <w ™ 

S Daly James, laborer, bds. 9 Hancock £ • 

^ 2 Daly John J. stone-cutter, h. 142 Main O Q 

m o Daly Michael, laborer, bds. 9 Hancook 3. 

pq jz; Dam Martha A. nurse, h. 66 Norfolk " PI 

m „ Damon Geo. L. superintendent (Steam Safe Co., Friend, §g 

^ G£j corner Causeway, B.), h. 18 Avon ^ 
Damon Warren, carpenter, h. 108 Norfolk 



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O Dana Hill Club Stable, Main, cor. Inman, W. Christie, supt. 
§ Dana John B. h. Fayerweather, cor. Brattle 
£ Dana Library, Main 

Dana Thomas (Thos. Dana & Co.), grocer (9 and 11 Com- © 

,2 mercial, B.), h. Cambridge, cor. Maple ave. fc* 

£j< Danahy Timothy, tailor, h. 15 Sargent p' 

S Dane Geo. W. box-maker, bds. 50 Columbia ^ 

g DANFORTH CHARLES H. photographer, 27 Haymar- g. 
ket sq. bds. 12 Green ^ 

2 Danforth Cyrus, dry goods dealer (B.),h. 9 Linden 
® Danforth Edward H. teamster, bds. 92 Prospect [erett pi. p* 

'S DANFORTH GEORGE O. painter, Brattle sq. h. 11 Ev- p 
§ Danforth Hollis. furniture express, h. 92 Prospect 
A Danforth Isaac W. hardware (48 India, B.), h. 25 Craigie Q 

^ Danforth Jacob, porter, h. Brighton W 

•» Danforth James L. painter, h. II Everett pi. 2 

M Danforth Otis, h. 9 Linden y g 

m Danforth Susan E. Miss, dress-maker, bds. 11 Everett pi. O m 
pEJ Daniel M. A. Miss, milliner, rooms at Coombs's, Mt. Au- S- . 
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pq Daniels Charles F. teamster, h. 38 Vine 

Daniels Eliza C. dress-maker, 11 Jay [bridge 



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2 Daniels Leonard L. carpenter, h. 5 Daniels' court 

*3 Danielson Gustoff, carriage maker (B.), h. Washington, n. £j 

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Danny Michael, teamster, h. r. M. L. Smith's coal office n* 

• Danweld Wm. boot and shoe-maker, 207 Hampshire, h. do. 

§ Darcy Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin § 

g Dardis John, laborer, h. 105 Webster ave. j 

»-g Dardis Thomas, cabinet maker, h. 106 Fourth ^ 

+* Darling John, brick-layer, h. r. 1 75 Bridge CO 

§ Darling Wm. whip-maker, 112 Main, h. 2 Broadway, L. P. g 

Ph Dasey Mary, wid. Cornelius, h, 52 North p, 

Datt Lewis, book-binder (B.), boards 80 Fifth ^ 

§f Datt Susan Mrs. h. 80 Fifth Si 

£ Davenport Frank, musician, h. rear 64 Brookline CO 

•"S Davenport Henry, machinist, bds. Cambridge, n. Second £ 

^ Davenport James S. gardener, bds. 40 Seventh g 

-M Davenport Jerome J. cabinet maker, h. 117 Spring P 

§ Davenport John, farmer, h. North ave. cor. Spruce hj 

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Davidson Chas. jr. machinist, bds. 1 Pioneer pi. 

Davidson Edward, carpenter, bds. Inman, opp. Austin 

Davidson Freeman, laborer, h. 95 Vine 

Davidson John P. brittania-worker, h. 34 Pearl 

Davies Benj. F. carpenter and builder, Gore, n. Sixth, h. 

137 Thorndike 
Davies Geo. H. eclectic physician, h. 72 Spring 
Davies Philip, city missionary (102 Commercial, B.), h 
Howard, cor. Western ave. [Second 

Davis Abbott R. sauce-factory (Commercial B.), h. 44 
Davis Agnes M. lecturer, h. 30 Ellery 
Davis Albert M. engineer, h. 54 Fifth 
Davis Ambrose L. box-maker, boards 44 School 
Davis Augustus A. officer, House of Correction, bds. jailor's 
Davis B. W. carpenter, bds. 88 Windsor [(B.) 

Davis Charles (Davis & Goodrich), stone-cutter, 81 Main h. 
Davis Chas. cabinet maker, bds. 38 Fifth 
Davis Chas. A. organ maker (B.), h. 52 Hamilton 
Davis Curtis, soap-raanuf. 188, 190, 192 and 194 Broad- 
way, n. Davis, -h. 8 Norfolk 
Davis Curtis R. soap-manuf. h. 378 Broadway 
Davis Edward A. clerk, h. 16 Tremont 
Davis Eliphalet, h. 51 Cherry 
Davis Eliphalet F. clerk, 417 Main, h. 51 Cherry 
Davis Eliza, wid. Warren, h, Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Davis Eliza Miss, teacher, bds. 289 Harvard 
Davis Frank, bds. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Davis Frederick, plasterer, h. 9 Watson 
Davis Geo. A. (Davis & Ray), grocer, Cambridge, corner 

Seventh, h. 92 Spring 
Davis Geo. A. expressman, h. 92 Spring 
Davis Gilman, book-keeper (B.), h. 289 Harvard 
Davis Geo. H. baker, h. 30 Elm 

Davis H. B. clerk (B.), bds. Mattapan [35 Williams 

Davis Hervey (Davis & Bates), grain-dealer, 550 Main,h. 
Davis Horatio, organ-builder (B.), h. 78 Otis 
Davis Isaac, h. 17 Franklin 
Davis Isaac H. machinist, bds. 17 Franklin 
Davis James C. soap manuf. 204, 206, and 208 Broadway, 

house 326 Broadway 
Davis James H. clerk, bds. 326 Broadway 
Davis James T. (27 North Market, B.), h. 23 Columbia 
Davis John (R. W. Pratt & Co.), machinist (120 Merri- 
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g Davis John E. ship stores (204 Commercial, B.), h. 7 M 

pq Wendell [Lincoln court, h. 122 Norfolk g 5 

Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap manufacturer, 4 

© Davis John W. commission merchant (5 Central whf. B.), ^ 

§ bds. 760 Main [122 Norfolk o 

gj Davi Mason (Mason Davis & Son), soap, Lincoln ct. h. £j 

Davis Mason & Son (Mason Davis & John M. Davis), soap &q 

i-h manufacturers, Lincoln ct. ^ 

B 1 Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher, bds. 289 Harvard g* 

g Davis Solomon A. carriage builder and livery stable, Cam- P 

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£ Davis Sylvander, bds. Hunting, n. Cambridge [School ^P 

d Davis Thos. M. fancy soap manufacturer, 117 Main, h. 75 £* 

c$ Davis Warren, bds. Hunting, n. Cambridge [Natick ^g« 
^ Davis Watson H. clerk, L. M. Hannum's, 517 Main, h. at 

Davis Wm. crockery dealer, 558 Main, h.144 Austin ^2 

y Davis Wm. B. clerk, h. 132 Thorndike g % 

O Davis Wm. E. clerk, bds. Frederick Davis', Sydney w n 

pq Davis Wm. H. clerk, bds. 51 Cherry g $ 

P* Davis Wm. P. carpenter, h. 82 Fifth 4 g 

DAVIS & BATES (Hervey Davis and Erastus C. Bates), ajg 

grain dealers, 550 Main ►? P 

M Davis & Goodrich (Chas. Davis and George W. Goodrich), g 
£; granite works, 81 Main, order box (22 State, Boston) 

<1 Davis & Ray (Geo. A. Davis and Benj. B. Ray), grocers, l_/S 

P3 Cambridge, cor. Seventh o ►? 

&* Davlin James F. (James F. Davlin & Co.), plumber, Cam- g «" 

bridge, corner Sixth, house 83 Fifth 2 5 

g DAVLIN JAMES F. & CO. (James F. Davlin and Michael - P 

§ F. Davlin), plumbers and gas-fitters, 190 Cambridge ** 
O Davlin Michael F. (Jas. F. Davlin & Co.), gas-fitter, bds. 

rt 83 Fifth Q 

Dawes Albert A. glass-cutter, h. 138 Spring [Roseland H 

£j Dawes Chalmer S. ship-broker (171 Commercial, B.) h. 7 © 

w Dawes Judson, watchman, h. 62 Broadway ^ 

g) Dawson Wm. laborer, h. Franklin, n. Bay ^ 

Day Arthur C. box-maker, bds. 32 Cherry " 

Day Chas. W. blacksmith, bds. 76 Cambridge 2 

Day George A. blacksmith, bds. Stephen Day's m 

_ Day John, furniture polisher, h. Spring, near Fifth g 

o Day John Thomas, gardener, h. 1 School H 

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Day Ralph, carpenter, h. 7 Day- 
Day Richard T. glass-maker, h. rear 179 Bridge 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, 76 Cambridge, h. 86 Fourth 
Day Stephen E. policeman, h. 86 Fourth 
Day Wm. glass-maker, bds. 179 Bridge 
Dayton Goodrich M. hosiery and under garments (42 Winter, 

B.), h. Magazine, near Hamilton 
Deacon James, glass-maker, h. 8 Fourth 
Deagan Henry, tailor, h. 210 Cambridge 
Dean Elisha L. clerk, h. 6 Cherry 
Dean Edmund, concrete sidewalk, h. 25 Mill 
Dean John, carpenter, bds. John Moran's, Gore 
Dean John C. stone-cutter, h. 2 Pioneer pl.i 
Dean Jos. F. coal (23 Doane, B.), h. 720 Main 
Dean Myron M. h. Moore's block, 60 Mt. Auburn 
Deane Charles, house 80 Sparks 
Deane Ruthven, bds. Chas. Deane's, Sparks 
Dearborn George W. clerk, bds. Otis 
Dearborn James, laborer, h. 32 Front 
Dearborn J. G. school-teacher (B.), bds. 173 Main 
Deddrick Fred, britannia worker, h. 152 Otis 
Dee James, carpenter, h. 17 Sparks street place 
Dee Patrick, pedler, house 18 Sparks 

Deegan Philip, carpenter, bds. Wm. E. Bosworth's, Holly ave. 
Deeney Daniel, laborer, house 25 Webster 
Deer James, paper hanger, h. Flagg, cor. Banks 
Deering Julia, widow Henry, h. Winter, near Third 
Deering William, laborer, h. Warren, near Porter 
Degan Michael, laborer, h. foot of Munroe's alley 
Dehan Thomas, teamster, h. r. M. L. Smith's coal office 
Dehenan Thomas, laborer, h. 67 Amory 
Delaney John, laborer, h. 102 Gore 
Delaney John, laborer, h. Bolton, rear Dublin 
Delaney Joseph, laborer, h. 132 Spruce 
Delaney Michael, pedler, h. 11 Sargent 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h. Montgomery, near Harvard 
Delaney Richard, laborer, house Bolton, rear Dublin 
Delano Jeptha, h. 59J Franklin 
Delano John, carpenter, h. Howard, near JSIt. Auburn 
Delano Maria C. Mrs. h. 12 Lowell 
Delany John, laborer, house 27 Vine 
Delany Patrick, planing machine, h. Hastings, n. Moore 
Delapp Charles, carpenter, h. 23 Lopez 
Delay James, gardener, h. 508 Cambridge 
Demain Wm. C. (7 and 9 Spring lane, B.), h. 203 Harvard 

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g 403 Harvard g 

pq DeMars Ferdinand, travelling agent, b. 656 Main [656 do. §• 

DeMars Sophia Mrs. toys and fancy-goods &c. 654 Main, h. 55 
© Deraminojs D. W. trav. agt. bds. Mann's, Dunster 

c3 Dempsey Bartholomew, section-hand, h. 122 Court 2 

p[J Dempsey Bridget, wid. William, h. Blair pi. cor. Bolton g, 

Dempsey Catherine, wid. John, h. Charles, n. Fourth P 

r2 Dempsey James E. glass-worker, h. 105 Elm P 

a^ Dempsey Lawrence, laborer, h. 116 Brookline ^ 

Dempsey Patrick, planer, h. Charles g. 
Eh Dempsey Thomas, laborer, h. Munroe alley 

Dence George, carpenter, h. 4 Clifton g* 

?-i Dennett Erastus, machinist, h. 4 Pine *+ 

j§ Denney Daniel, laborer, h. 150 Green mj 
d Denney John, hostler, h. 178 Hancock 

c3 Denney Timothy, laborer, h. West, near Reed's alley q 

^ Denning John, blacksmith, h. 161 Thorndike |tj 

Dennis Fannie E. M. teacher, Shepherd school, North Cam- O 

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q Dennis Frank, conductor, h. 4 Symond's blk. DeWolf gQ 



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• Dennis William, jobber, h. 1 5 Hastings [Broadway P . 

" Dennis Wm. W. com. mer. (Merchant's row, B.), h. 295 q 

M Dennison Albert, carpenter, bds. James |> 

£5 Dennison E. clerk, bds. Prospect House, 596 Main fcd 

<J Dennison Franklin, carpenter, bds. 106 Otis ^ 

p5 Dennison Geo. W. carpenter, h. 70 Fourth |E 

(x< Dennison Hosea B. architect, 236 Cambridge, h. Cambridge, 

cor. Sixth ?? 

qq Dennison Otis, machinist (Blake's, Chardon, B.), h. 28 Seventh q 

g Denny Michael, teamster, h. rear Smith's coal office O 

O Denton George W. Col. h. 69 Brattle [rer, h. 84 Auburn " 

'S Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), furniture manufactu- ^ 

^ Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and John Couch), furni- 

g3 ture manufacturers, 346 and 348 Main § 

P* Derby A. E. cabinet maker, bds. Lampson's, Suffolk P- 

bD Derby G. Herbert, cabinet maker, h. 63 School ^ 

.S DERBY JOHN L. & CO. school furniture, Osborn's mills, « 

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jij Derby Maria, wid. Thomas, h. rear 137 Bridge 5 

Derby Mary A. widow, h. 2 Charles River g 

o Deroce Francis Mrs. h. 38 Brookline P 

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* - Deronde Wm. cabinet maker, h. Eighth, near Otis 
*2 g DeRoo Isaac, groceries, 6 Hamilton, h. do. 
% * DeSage Wm. H. tinman, bds. 110 Pleasant 
[j g Desmond Dennis, night-watchman, bds. McCarty's, North 
£ g Desmond Hannah H. widow Wm. h. 104 Dublin 
^ ^ Desmond John, fruit-pedler, h. 18 Railroad 
3 3 Desmond John, laborer, h. 163 Dublin 
•§ a Desmond Patrick, laborer, h. Warren, cor. Cambridge 
fc g Deuschle Christian, marble worker and boarding-house, 57 Gore 

2 g Deuschle Louis, organ maker, h. Third, cor. Gore 
8 ■£ Deuxans Wm. cabinet maker, h. 208 Bridge g 
& g Devane Dennis, wheelwright, bds. Elm, cor. Russell w 
S Devane John H. packer, h. Elm, cor. Russell 

Devens Ann, widow Patrick, h. 3 Suffolk 

Devens Arthur L. Mrs. h, Oxford, cor. Everett 

Devens Frank E. coffin maker and undertaker, Cambridge, 

cor. Elm, h. 3 Suffolk 
Devens Nicholas, glass-cutter, h. 3 Suffolk 
Devens Thomas, coffin maker and undertaker, Cambridge, n. 

Columbia, h. 3 Suffolk 
Devine Daniel, laborer, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson 
Devine David, laborer, h. 35 Sargent 
Devine Francis, grocer, 240 Cambridge, h. do. 
Devine Jeremiah, laborer, h. rear Spruce, near brickyard 
Devine John, laborer, h. 6 Vine 
gj Devine John, pedler, h. Lambert, near Cambridge 
w Devlin Peter, laborer, h. 69 Bolton 
bH Dewey John, h. 109 Gore 

DeWolf Daniel A. box-maker, h. Hampshire, n. Windsor 
kJ •» Dexter Benjamin F. printer/ h. 10 Pleasant 
^ he Dexter Daniel G. (Melendy, Dexter & Co.), boots and shoes, gj 
O 5 (108 Devonshire, B.), h. Wash. ave. cor. Arlington g* 

p £ Dexter Geo. steward, at H. U. h. 13 Buckingham crq 

PQ q Dexter Henry, sculptor, h. 297 Broadway ^ p 

§ Dickinson Alexander, nursery-man, h. 20 Moore CD m 

Og O Dickinson Charles A. nursery-man, h. 20 Moore . jj 

pq . Dickman Carrie, asst. teacher primary-school, Reed, bds. »-* P* 
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Dickson Marshall, glassworks, bds. 347 Cambridge 

Dickson R. W. steam and gas-fitter, 595 Main, bds. 593J do. 

Dickson Samuel, mason, h. 347 Cambridge 

Dickson Samuel, tin-pedler, bds. 347 Cambridge 

Dickson Wm. brick-layer, bds. 347 Cambridge 

Diehl John Philip, clothes-sponger (B.), house 60 Brimmer 

block, Harvard 
Dignan Richard, porter, bds. Porter's Hotel, North avenue 
Dillawav Stillman S. carpenter, h. 333 Main 
Dillaway Thomas V. milk-dealer, h. 81 Walnut 
Dillham John, waiter, h. 147 Windsor 
Dillingham Henry jr. painter, Brattle sq. h. 40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary A. widow Henry, h. 42 Holyoke 
Dillman Geo. C. painter, h. 27 River 
Dillon John (Navy-yard, Charlestown), h. 44 Hastings 
Dillon Owen, laborer, h. Winter, n. Fifth 
Dilman Jeremiah, plasterer, bds. 163 Windsor 
Dimmock Sarah G. wid. John, h. 7 Linden 
Dinan Peter, slater, h. 26 Seventh 
Dinan Thomas, coachman, h. Lopez, n. Pearl 
Din en Michael, laborer, h. 15 Hancock 
Dinen Patrick, slater, h. 323 Cambridge 
Dinsmore Arthur, carpenter, bds. 126 Pleasant 
Dinsmore Arthur, carpenter, h. Lopez, n. Brookline 
Dinsmore Daniel R. carpenter, bds. 187 Mt. Auburn 
Dinsmore James, carpenter, bds. 187 Mt. Auburn 
Dinsmore Joel, carpenter, bds. Inman, opp. Austin 
Dinsmore John, carpenter, h. 188 Mt. Auburn 
Dittrich John, varnish maker, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 
Dixon James, teamster, h. 18 East Perry [Broadway 

Dixon Wm. S. manager, Boston Silver Glass Co. h. 52 
Dixwell Epes S. teacher, private Latin school (20 Boylston 

pi. B.), h. 58 Garden 
Dixwell John, student, H. U. bds. (20 Boylston pi. B.) 
Doane Alfred, master mariner, h. 42 Hamilton 
Doane Francis, stationery (116 State, B.), h. 51 River 
Doane Geo. F. (Doane & Lyford), provisions, 419 Main, h. 

389 Main 
Doane Henry S. clerk, 419 Main, bds. 389 Main 
Doane Seth P. fruit-dealer (49 Commercial, B.), h. 51 River 
Doane Seth S. book-keeper (B.), h. 51 River 
Doane & Lyford (Geo. F. Doane & Thos. J. Lyford), pro- 
visions, 419 Main 
Dobbs George, laborer, h. Franklin, cor. Bay 
Dobbs James, bacon curer, h. 153 Franklin 

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Dobbyn Margaret, h. 375 Main 

Dockham Ephraim, teamster, h. North, near East 

Dodd Win. cabinet maker, bds. Mansion House, Gore 

Dodge Adelbert G. hair-dreser, h. 179 Main [Arlington 

Dodge Davis, apothecary, North ave. opp. Walden, h. at 

Dodge E. S. student, bds. 72 Sparks 

Dodge Everett N. salesman (B.), bds. Trask's, Dover 

Dodge Franklin M. baker, bds. 53 Fourth 

Dodge Frederick, attorney (30 Court, B.), bds. 72 Sparks 

Dodge H. Augusta Miss, asst. teacher, Harvard grammar 

school, bds. 40 Williams 
Dodge John C. attorney (30 Court, B.), h. 72 Sparks 
Dodge Joseph A. organ action maker, h> 25 Walnut ct. 
Dodge J. Felt, house 24 Tremont 

Dodge Rufus, flour-dealer (42 Commercial, B.), h. 17 Williams 
Dodge Samuel H. carpenter, h. r. 339 Cambridge 
Dodge Theodore A. Col. h. Quincy, cor. Broadway 
Dodge Wm. E. clerk, bds. 16 Seventh 
Dodge Wm. H. carpenter, h. 16 Seventh 
Dodge Wm. H. (Nay & Dodge), provisions, 25 Haymarket 

sq. h. 117 Auburn 
Dodge Winslow H. mechanic, h. 4 Hamilton 
Dodge W. W. law-student, bds. 72 Sparks 
Doe Emily R. asst. matron almshouse, Tannery 
Doe Joseph Mrs. h. 104 Prospect 
Dogherty Frank E. cabinet-maker, h. Blanch, n. Front 
Doherty Alex, book-binder (76 Sudbury, B.),h. 1 Green 
Doherty Charles, h. Fourth, near Charles 
Doherty Edward, hod-carrier, h. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Doherty Edmund, carpenter, bds. 126 Pleasant 
Doherty Elizabeth, widow John, h. 138 Pleasant 
Doherty Ellen, widow, h. 225 Franklin 
Doherty Henry A. grocer, 171 Bridge, h. 173 do. 
Doherty Hugh, stone-cutter, h, Fifth, cor. Vine 
Doherty James (100 Tremont, B.), h. Ellery, near Harvard 
Doherty Jerry, currier, bds. Reed 
Doherty John, laborer, bds. 8 Gore 
Doherty John, laborer, h. Green, n. Bay 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, h. 221 Franklin 
Doherty Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 157 Spring 
Doherty Philip, laborer, h. Bay, cor. Franklin 
Doherty Philip, laborer, h. Concord ave. n. Alewive brook 
Dolan Edward J. merchant tailor, 551 Main, h. 24 Watson 
Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soap-maker, h. 13 E. Perry 
Dolan Lawrence, butcher, h. 63 Cedar 
Dolan Thomas, soap-maker, h. Cottage ct. 

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Dolan Thomas, laborer, h. 14 Dublin 
Dolan Patrick, baker, bds. Mrs. McCann's, Pearl 
Dolan Win. teamster, h. Deaeon 
Dolbeare Joseph S. shipwright, h. 542 Main 
Dole Addison S. h. 45 Magazine 

Dollard James, boots and shoes, Brattle sq. h. 15 Gerry 
Dollard Morris, boot-maker, 906 Main, h. 484 Broadway 
Dolloff Benj. W. groceries and provisions, 14 Gore, h. 143 Otis 
Dolloff Charles W. box-maker, h. 45 Clark 
Dolloff Francis W. bds. 4 Trowbridge 
Dolloff Wm. J. printer, h. 4 Trowbridge 
Donahae Michael, machinist, h. 161 Mt. Auburn 
Donahoe Margaret, widow Patrick, h. 11 Valentine 
Donahoe Patrick, grease-collector, h. 91 Brookline 
Donahue Andrew, marble cutter, bds.T Pioneer place 
Donahue Cornelius, laborer, h. 19 Harvard 
Donahue Edward F. milkman, h. 241 Broadway 
Donahue James, laborer, h. Murdock, near Gardner 
Donahue John, laborer, h. 9 E. Perry 
Donahue John, porter, h. Pearl, c. Perry 
Donahue Jolfn W. clergyman, h. 83 Otis 
Donahue Michael, tailor, h. 4 Gore 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, near Willard 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h. 9 Railroad 
Donahue Wm. laborer, h, Munroe's alley 
Donald John, carpenter, h. 33 Holyoke 
Donald John, carpenter, h. 35 Willard 
Donald Wm. laborer, h. 7 Perry 
Donaldson James, carpenter, bds. 389 Main 
Donath Hugo, cabinet maker, bds. 33 Seventh 
Donavan Michael, currier, h. Harvard, opp. Reed 
Donehey John, stone-cutter, h. 108 Third 
Donigan Wm. laborer, h. 8 Eighth 
Donlon Mary, widow Martin, b. Brighton, n. Eliot 
Donlon Ellen, widow Peter, h. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Donlon Francis, porter (B.), h. 196 Cambridge 
Donlon Francis jr. driver, bds. 196 Cambridge 
Donnavan James, laborer, h. 11 Water 
Donnavan John, laborer, h. r. Third, near Gore 
Donnell William J. polisher, bds. 32 Cherry 
Donnelley Frank, carriage manuf. 22 Broadway 
Donnelley Thomas, laborer, h. 50 Amory 
Donnelly Bridget, Mrs. h. 19 Sparks St. pi. 
Donnelly James, laborer, h. 53 Vine 

Dpnnelly James H. S. dry goods and millinery, 95 Cam- 
bridge, and dry goods 43 Cambridge, h. 133 Thorndike 

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Donnelly John, laborer, h. Jackson, cor. Spruce 

Donnelly Mary Miss, h. 20 Brighton 

Donnelly Patrick E. grocer, 79 Concord ave. h. do. 

Donnelly Rose, widow, h. 38 Brighton 

Donnovan Cornelius J. fireman, h. 3 East 

Donnovan Daniel, laborer, h. 63 North 

Donnovan Daniel, moulder, h. Deacon 

Donnovan David, teamster, h, Elm, near Cambridge 

Donnovan Dennis, stone-cutter, h. 3 Broadway 

Donnovan Ellen, widow, h. 24 North 

Donnovan James, laborer, h. 77 Pleasant 

Donnovan John, carpet upholsterer, h, Cambridge, n. Warren 

Donnovan John, laborer, bds. 6 Lechmere pi. 

Donnovan John, laborer, h. Cow perth wait, near Beaver 

Donnovan Margaret, widow Cornelius, h. 63 North 

Donnovan Mary, bds. Bridge, near Fourth 

Donnovan Mary widow, h. Hacket's yard 

Donnovan Michael, laborer, h. Green, near Putnam 

Donnovan Michael Mrs. h. Welch's blk. North, near Short 

Donnovan Thomns, laborer, h. 116 Brookline 

Donnovan Timothy, laborer, h. 42 Washington 

Donnovan Timothy, laborer, h. 61 North 

Donnovan Wm. laborer, h. 236 Bridge 

Donovan Daniel, laborer, h. 79 School 

Donovan Dennis, stone-cutter, h. 3 Broadway 

Donovan Humphrey, baker, h. 35 Green 

Donovan John, woodman, B. & L. R. R. h. 232 Bridge 

Doody John, teamster, h, 9 Sparks 

Doolen Martin, laborer, h. rear Bridge, near Fourth 

Dooley James Mrs. h. 200 Bridge 

Dooley James A. upholsterer, bds. (B.) 

Dooley Thomas H. wheelwright, bds. 200 Bridge 

Dooley Wm. laborer, bds. rear 17.9 Bridge 

Dooley Wm. painter, bds. 200 Bridge 

Dooner Thomas, grocer, h. 15 Sparks 

Dooris Felix, blacksmith, h. Third, cor. Vine 

Dooris John S. blacksmith, bds. rear Gore, near Third 

Doran Charles M. blacksmith, h. Rideout, n. Jefferson 

Doran Daniel, glass-cutter, bds. 94 Spring 

Doran Joseph, laborer, h. 76 Spruce 

Doran Matthew, laborer, h. 42 Foster 

Doran Michael, laborer, h. Spruce, cor. Clay 

Doran Patrick, h. 96 Gore 

Doran Wm. P. glass-maker, h. 94 Spring 

Dorey Peter, laborer, h, 121 Spruce 

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§ Dorhty Mary J. Miss, fore-woman, cement-room (Union Q 

Q Glass Co.'s, Somerville), bds. Bridge, n. East c* 

Dority Patrick, glass-maker, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 93 Gore §f 

p Dormer Benjamin, tailor, h. Gore, n. Sixth J" 

£ Dormer Edwin B. spring-maker, h. 124 Gore [Chester 2 

J Dorr Cornelius, flour (2 Commerce, B.), h. North ave. cor. §. 

Dorr Henry (2 Commerce, B.), bds Hotel Flanders ££ 

S Dorr John, baker, M. Whitney's, h. 19 Pine P 

3 1 Dorr Moses, grocer (2 Commerce, B.). h. Harvard, n. Dana ^ 

g Dorsev Sydney, waiter, h. 39 Hampshire c+ 

_i Dougherty Chas. cabinet maker, h 167 Broadway m 

Dougherty George T. cabinet maker, bds. 167 Broadway © 

2 Dougherty Hugh, stone-cutter, h. Fifth, c. Vine p 
D Dougherty John, h. 2 Water h- 
h Dougherty John R. cabinet maker, bds. Broadway 

g Dougherty Man asses P. Rev. h. 29 Buckingham Q 

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PM Douglass Harrison, printer, h. 9 Fremont • S 

• Douglass James, cabinet maker, h. 32 Market 

" Douglass Robert, president, Cambridgeport National Bank, £* 

y Main, n. Essex, h. 27 Austin gj 

»3 Douglass Jerome (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing,523 Main, 2 

<j house rear 19 Short [h. 12 State 5 

Ph Douglass Royal (Royal Douglass & Son), clothing, 523 Main, qq 

fe Douglass Wm. G. carpenter, bds. 46 Prospect 

Douglass Royal & Son (Royal Douglass and Jerome Doug 

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Pi Douthart Marshall M. coffee roaster, h. 4 East 

O Dover Stamping Company, 163 Pleasant 

^ Dow Benjamin, book-keeper (New England Carpet Co.'s, B.), CO 

"g Dow David, bds. 132 Otis [h. 9 Cottage p 

o3 Dow Frank, carpenter, bds. 3 Oak ^ 

£* Dow J. A., M. D., River, n. Franklin 7| 

bC Dow John K. (85 Hanover, B.), h. 41 Williams gj 

& Dow Wm. S. W. salesman (B.), bds. 41 Williams m 

■g Dowd Charles, currier, bds. 76 Spruce ' £ 

g Dowd William J. pedler, house 11 Perry P 

Dowey Thomas, laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. 241 Mt. Auburn B 

q Dowling Martin, mason, 131 Thorndike £§ 

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Downes Geo. A. clerk, rooms 99 Mt. Auburn 
Downey David, laborer, h. Eliot, n. Owen pi. 
Downey Dennis, laborer, h. 106 Tremont 
Downey Edward, hostler, h. 20 Irving pi. 
Downey James, laborer, h. 85 Spruce 
Downey John, laborer, h. 2 Water 
Downey John, laborer, h. 20 Irving pi. 
Downey John, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Eliot 
Downey Murteagh, teamster, Wellington Bros'. Charlestown 
Downey William, laborer, h. 2 Water 
Downing Edward, leather(94 Pearl, B.), h. 82 North ave. 
Downing George, brush-maker, bds. 22 Fifth 
Downing George, cabinet maker, bds. 49 Clark 
Downing John, hostler, h. r. 401 Main 
Downing John, carpenter, h. Waverley, cor. Walnut 
Dowing Lucy A. teacher, Washington school, h. 11 Avon 
Downing Mary Mrs. h. 5 Harrison ave. 
Downing Mary, wid. of Morris, h. Dunster, cor. South 
Downing Mary, wid. John F. h. Leighton court 
Downing Susan Miss, h. Amory, n. Summer 
.Downing Sylvester G. box-maker, h. 8 Davis 
Downing Theodore, currier, h. 11 Avon 
Dowsing Henry V. h. Ill Allston 

Dowsing Wm. furniture painter, 600 Main, house Walnut 
Doyle Andrew, carpenter, h. 5 Linnehan's block, Third- 
Doyle Edward, laborer h. Crane, n. De Wolf 
Doyle Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 140 Dublin 
Doyle James E. machinist, h. 10 Vine 
Doyle John, laborer, h. 105 Kinnard 

Doyle John, dry-pressman, University Press, h. 27 Brighton 
Doyle M. E. Miss, h. Blanch, n. Front 
Doyle Michael, laborer, h. South, n. Brighton 
Doyle Michael J. baker, 213 and 215 Cambridge, h. do. 
Doyle Patrick, dry-pressman, bds. 5 Foster 
Doyle Patrick, stone-cutter, h. Brighton, nr. Harvard square 
Doyle Richard, laborer, house 5 Foster 
Doyle William, carpenter, h. 18 Market 
Drake Alvin, brick-layer, h. 451 Main 
Drake George, varnisher, h. 1. Pleasant court 
Drake George G. painter, h. Walnut 

Drake Henry W. teamster, bds. 8 Wheatland blk. Cambridge 
Drake James, carpenter, h. Western ave. cor. Putnam ave. 
Drake Ruth S. wid. William, boarding-house, 8 Wheatland 

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Drake Samuel, carpenter, h. 28 Mt. Vernon 

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q Draper Carrie W. dressmaker, 436 Harvard, h. do. w 

pCj Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.), britannia and station- ga 

ers' hardware manuf. foot ot Otis, h. Ill Thorndike t-i 

g Draper Daniel F. dentist, 231 North ave. h. do. . 

& Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), h. at B. O* 

S Draper Frank H. bds. Ill Thorndike pi 

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§ Draper Jesse L. britannia worker, bds. 69 Spring [gie o 

En Draper John W. president Metropolitan R. R. Co. h.21 Crai- ^R. 

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9 Draper Lucius D. jr. clerk, bds. Cottage, n. Elm S o 

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§ America, 55 State, B.), h. 292 North avenue ^ Mt 

jd Dresser Edwin, diary manufacturer, h. Raymond, n. Linneaen _-P 

*■' Drew George C. confectioner, h. 365 Main £ O 

i? Drew Joseph L. jr. gold-beater (3 Province court, B.), h. g £ 

g Jay, cor. Western ave. g 

pq Drew Mark, cabinet maker, bds. 49 Clark CD £? 

p-i Drin nan Morris, laborer, bds. 5 Water 02 

Drinnan Thomas, foreman Osborn's planing mill, h. 23 Cherry JJq" 

W Drinnan Thomas, laborer, h. Franklin, n. Bay £j* g 

j. Driner Thomas, furniture finisher, h. 43 Pleasant CD .. 

S Driscoll Donald, laborer, bds. 8 Davis - q 

2 Driscoll Florence, painter, h. 1 Fifth W*d 

2 Driscoll John, laborer, h. Brookline, n. Valentine § ^ 

p^ Driscoll John, painter, bds. rear 152 Court O S* 

Driscoll John C. painter, bds. Mrs. King's, Third, n. Charles p g 

• Driscoll Michael, boiler maker, bds. 449 Main p 

p Driscoll Michael, laborer, h. 33 Sargent -* 

§ Driscoll Michael, laborer, h. 55 Spruce 

»-g. Driscoll Patrick, teamster, h. Bridge, opp. Prison Point Q 

•g Driscoll Thomas, laborer, h. Bridge, n. car-house t_ 

§ Driver Stephen W. physician, Brattle, cor. School ct. O 

Ph Drugan James, book-binder, bds. 1 Tremont ^ 

jjU Drummey William, laborer, h. Lechmere pi. fi 

d Drummond D. lithographer, h. 17 Erie 

V» Drummond Edward, h. 17 Erie 



jrj Drummond John, laborer, h. 55J Washington M 

Dryesdale Clifford, carpenter, bds. 94 Auburn ^ 

"g Dubeault Nelson, cooper, h. r. 48 Clark H 

jg Duckshair Daniel F. carpenter, h. 161 Green GO 

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Ducy Lawrence, glass-worker, h. 468 Cambridge [ave. 

Duddy Edward, stone-cutter, h. r. Mt. Auburn, n. Elmwood 

Dudley Charles F. (C. F. Dudley & Co.), provision dealer, 
186 Cambridge, h. rear 131 Thorndike 

Dudley Harrison, carpenter, h. 29 Dunster 

Dudley Harvey A. druggist, h. 77 Clark 

Dudley John Mrs. h. 81 Windsor 

Dudley Moses, billiard saloon, h. Otis, near Fifth 

Dudley Samuel W. supt. Cambridge Water Works, h. 270 
Broadway 

Dudley Sanford H. attorney at law (B.), bds. 29 Dunster 

Dudley William L. machinist, h. E. Perry, n. Pearl 

Dudley C. F. & Co. (Chas. F. Dudley & Geo. F. Butter- 
field), provision dealers, 186 Cambridge 

Duff Francis, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

Duff Henry A. laborer, bds. Water, n. Bridge 

Duff James, carriage spring-maker, h. Spring, cor. Eighth 

Duffy Catherine Mrs. h. 120 Court 

Duffy Hugh, laborer, h. 19 Donnell 

Duffy James L. printer (B.), h. Green, near Bay 

Duffy James J. pedler, h. 98 Fifth 

Duffy John, cabinet maker, h. Vine, n. Fifth 

Duffy Neal, produce pedler, h. rear 51 Vine 

Duffy Peter pedler, h. Jefferson, n. Rideout 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, h. Charles, n. Fourth 

Duffy Thomas, laborer, h. 130 Court 

Dufur Wm. H. h. Columbia, cor. Cambridge 

Dugan Charles H. clerk, bds. 4 Summer 

Dugan Edward, brick-layer, bds. 83 Elm 

Dugan Jas. laborer, h. 152 Cambridge 

Dugan John, laborer, h. Vine, near Third 

Dugan John, workman, h. 83 Gore 

Dugan Nicholas, workman, h. 57 Charles 

Dugan Richard, h. 83 Gore 

Dugan Thomas, florist (B.), h. 47 Western ave. 

Duggan Edmund, baker, bds. 85 Washington 

Duhig Daniel T. printer, h. 10 Wright 

Duhig Michael, gardener, h. 23 Hancock [ct. 

DulleaJohn, boot & shoe-maker, Cambridge, cor. Seventh st. 

Dumas Cassius, sawyer, Main, near Prospect, bds. F. Martel's, 
Auburn [10 Prospect 

Dumas Geo. V. sawyer, Main, n. Prospect, bds. L. S. Dumas', 

Dumas Julian E. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 2 Chesnut ct. 

Dumas Leon S. organ builder, h. 19 Prospect 



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O Dumphrey Martin H. book-binder, bds. 7 Walnut ct. 

W Dunbar Charles F. professor, h. North ave. n. Everett O 

•» Dunbar Charlotte A. widow Eben M. h. 393 Broadway 

O Dunbar Eben F. cotton dealer (34 Central, B.), bds. Mrs. H 

,5 E. M. Dunbar's Broadway, n. Hancock g 

Ph Dunbar Luther W. carpenter (271 Charles, B.), h. 7 Williams £ 

q Duncan Robert, shoe-m^ker, bds. Ferguson's, Montgomery ^ 

^ Duncan Wm. P. lawyer (31 Washington, B.), h. 41 Pine g 

fl Duncklee Horace L. stoves and furnaces (87 Blackstone, q 

S B.), h. Norfolk ^P 

E" 1 Dunham Delia, school-teacher, bds. 852 Main [Main CO w 

w Dunham Israel P. cabinet maker (87 Causeway, B.), h. 852 p £ 

£j Dunlap Charles, blacksmith, bds. 24 Dunster P Jj* 

£} Dunlop John, book-keeper (149 Wash. B.), h. 22 Worcester ^p 

2 Dunmore John L. photographist (173 Wash. B.), h. 15 Avon tf^ 

2 Dunn Andrew P. paper collar manuf. h. 25 Magazine m« 

q Dunn Batholomew, laborer, h. 3 Fourth 2*^ 

„ Dunn Catherine, widow, h. Willow place £ § 

M Dunn Ellen Miss, house 22 Harrison 



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Dunn James, gardener, h. 33 Franklin 02?* 

Jxj Dunn John, life insurance agent, 177 Cambridge hfg 

Dunn John (Curran & Dunn), boot and shoe-dealers, 177 g P 

W Cambridge, h. Charles j+ y 

2 Dunn John, laborer, h. 16 Vine ..© 

2 Dunn John, laborer, h. 84 Harvard Op 

S Dunn John J. life insurance agent, h. 62 Charles S-£L 

Dunn John L. tinmam, h. 8 Stinson ct. g g 

Dunn John S. financier and accountant, h. 70 River • © 

w Dunn John S. Mrs. millinery and dress-making, 70 River g, 

§ Dunn Mary, widow Martin, h. 8 Stinson ct. 

^O Dunn Patrick, locksmith, h. 67 Vine ^ 

c| Dunn Thomas, book-binder, h. 3 Day ave. m 

Dunn William, glass-maker, h. rear 63 Gore O 

JP Dunn Wm. A. engineer, h. 20 Howard [near Eighth 

Dunnels George B. bill-poster, 149 Cambridge, bds. Spring, ^ 

&p Dunnigan Patrick, chemist, h. 134 Broadway 

.3 Dunnigan Thos. J. cabinet maker, h. 7 Fourth O 

S» Dunno Hugh, tin-worker, bds. Macaulay's, Rockwell \> 

jx< Dunwoody Thomas, teamster, h. 249 Mt. Auburn W 

Dupee John B. clerk, h. at Allston jjjj 

O Duran Patrick, laborer, h. Bridge, foot of Third E3 

eg Durant Wm. B. lawyer (B.), h. 44 Mt. Auburn 

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I. P. ESTES, Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces , 
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124 CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 

Durchback Gustav, oil-finisher, h. rear 6 Davis «i 

Durgin Bridget Mrs. h. 24 Charles River JJ 

Durgin Elizabeth Mrs. h. 38 Pine 

Durgin George T. carpenter, h. 30 Rice P 

Durgin Matthew, book-binder, h. Putnam ave. n. Putnam JS 

Durnan James, teamster, bds, Peter Du man's, Gore, n. Fifth P 
Durnan Peter, expressman, h. Gore, n. Fifth r/ 

Duross Susan, widow Terrence, h. Fifth, near Gore J-J 

Durrell Betsy G. widow, h. rear 40 Gore g 

Durrell Oliver H. (Adams & Durrell), fancy goods, 106 j* 

Cambridge, h. do, [Bridge 

Dustin Charles, express (State, B.), h. Cambridge, junction 
Dustin Charles H. fireman, B. & L. R. R. boards Charles 

Dustin's, Cambridge 
Dustin Samuel N. machinist, h. 73 Spring 
Dutton Albert L. milkman, h. Lechmere blk, Cambridge, 

junction Bridge 
Duvey John N. carpenter, bds. 69 Mt. Auburn 
Dwelley Adams H. brass-finisher, h. 12 Windsor 
Dwight Henry C. h. 102 Prospect 
Dwyer Charles, moulder, h. 86 Webster ave, 
Dwyer Daniel, laborer, h. 391 Cambridge 
Dwyer Edward, gas-fitter, h, 192 Broadway 
Dwyer Edward H. harness maker, h. 55 Fifth 
Dwyer,John, leather (139 Summer, B.), h. 29 Tremont 
Dwyer John, carpenter, h. Jefferson, near Warren 
Dwyer John A. gate-tender, h. Prison, Pine 
• Dwyer John S. painter T h. 170 Norfolk 
w Dwyer Joseph, stone-cutter, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
£ Dwyer Michael, teamster, h. 13 Foster 

" Dwyer Philip, laborer, bds. 16 Sparks w 

hi oT Dwyer Thomas, stoves &c. (151 Harrison ave. B.), h. 7 Porter 
£j bo Dwyer Timothy, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 
5 |g Dwyer Timothy, boots and shoes, 149 Bridge, h. 158 Otis 
^ J^J Dyer Ezra C. dry goods merchant (158 Devonshire, B.), h. 
cq ri Brattle, corner, Irving place 

§ Dyer Randolph A. cabinet maker, h. 25 State 

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S EAGER EDMOND, laborer, h. 85 Spruce 

k^ 5 Eager George V. (Eager & Brooks), butter and tea dealers, 

M g 426 Harvard, h. 12 Eliot 

m £5 Eager & Brooks (George Eager & Lorin S. Brooks), butter ' PI 

H m ' and tea dealers, 2 Dolton's blk. 426 Harvard «B 





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O Eames Francis J. carriage-smith, bds. 47 Amory g 

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Ph Eames Joseph E. clerk, 6 Brattle h. 89 Concord ave, __ 

O Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames & Son), ice-dealer, Concord p. 

*Pi ave « h« Donnell, n. Concord ave, J-* 

Q Earl Amy A. widow Wm. h. 63 Oxford p 

© Earl Charles, grocer (B.), h. 118 Prospect «*• 

*"* Earl Henry, printer, bds, 118 Prospect £j 

oq Early John, boot-maker, 7 Harvard row, h. 18 Irving place g, 

g East Cambridge Boot and Shoe Company, 157 Bridge g t 

rQ East Cambridge Club Stable, Samuel Slocomb supt. First, i* 

3 corner Otis [Second 

J2 East Cambridge Five cent Savings Bank, Cambridge, corner 2 

•O East Cambridge Post Office, Cambridge, corner Third. Mrs. 5 

M. A. Langley, post-mistress M 

£4 East Cambridge Station, on B. & L. R. R., Bridge, opp. Third Q 

O Easte Ellen, wid. Joseph W. h. 46 Brighton "H 

W Easter Dugald, blacksmith, bds. Cedar, n. Spruce w ^* 

" Easter George, trunk-maker (7 Elm B.), h. 50 Cedar O ?* 

-4 Easter Robert S. blacksmith, h. 15 Rice P q 

Eastman Charles E. house 6 Charles River 



y Eastman John, carpenter, h. 103 Columbia 

5^ Eaton A. H. clerk, bds. Winter, cor. Fourth ^ 

<J Eaton Albert S. stable keeper (B.), h. 168 Harvard fed 

# Eaton Avery W. fish-pedler, h. 99 Gore w 

P4 Eaton Charles, broker (B.), h. 15 Prospect gj> 

Eaton Charles F. grocer (40 Long wharf, B.), h. 8. Essex ^ 

2 Eaton Clifford C. clerk, b. Columbia, cor. Washington q 

O Eaton Frederick M. plumber, bds. 121 Prospect J 

,3 Eaton Geo. B. electrotyper, h. Columbia, cor. Washington rfu 

jf Eaton Geo. D. brass-finisher, h. Winter, cor. Fourth w 

rt Eaton Geo. D. jr. clerk (B. &. L. R. R.), h. 12 Fourth g 

#2 Eaton Jacob, house 8 Windsor p, 

Eaton J. Edwin, clerk, bds. Fourth, n. Cambridge ^ 

bp Eaton J. F. architect, bds. Walnut ave. n. Arlington vi 

3 Eaton John, boarding-house, Putnam, cor. Green CO 

+3 Eaton John Frank, architect (Pemberton sq. B.), bds.Davis', £ 

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Eaton Joseph L. R. butcher, house 6 Rice P 



o Eaton Joseph W. wid. house 35 River § 

«2 Eaton Lucy M. music teacher, h. 15 Prospect 02 

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Eaton Reuben, bds. 98 Concord ave / 

Eaton Warren A. engineer, h. Sixth, n. Thorndike 

Eaton William E. machinist, h. 108 Otis 

Eberhardt Jacob (Eberhardt & Alden), book-binder, Moore's 

blk. Brattle, h. 49 Windsor 
Eckstein Jacob, laborer, bds. Bridge, cor. Water 
Eddie Geo. H. at Boston Stamping Co. bds. 8 Allston 
Eddy Martin, mason, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Eddy Peleg E. (Hastings, Kinsley & Co.), ins. agent, 122 
Cambridge, house at Boston ' [17 Forest 

Edgerly Charles B. merchant (4 Commercial wharf, B.), h. 
Edgerly St. Clair, physician, h. 22 Hancock 
Edginton Win. H. (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), bds. 77 Clark 
Edmond Robert, carpenter, h. 89 Harvard 
Edmonds Peter, house rear 26 Vine 

Edson Edward B. book-binder, h. 27 Hamilton 

Edwards Anna, wid. h. 25 Williams 

Edwards An tone, teamster, 145 Main 

Edwards Daniel D. sailor, h. 43 Hastings 

Edwards Frances B. wid. Chas. H. h. 27 Western ave. 

Edwards John H. express driver, bds. Tilden's, Holyoke 

Edwards Russell S. (Sawin & Edwards), produce dealer (15 
Blackstone, B.), h. 37 Spruce 

Edwards Siloman C. planer, h. 73 Pleasant 

Edwards Thomas, mason, house near G. J. R. R. 

Edwards Thomas, stone-cutter, 35 Washington 

Eeles Frederick S. book-binder, h. Washington ct. n. Putnam 

Egan Martin, laborer, h. 162 Franklin 

Egan Matthew, laborer, h. 14 Seventh 

Egan Michael F. stereotyper, h. 162 Franklin 

Egan Thomas, laborer, bds. 134 Broadway 

Eggleston Charles, h. Ill Norfolk 

Eggleston Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 

Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, h. 23 Elm 

Eggleston Thomas, tinsmith, h. 2 Foster 

Ela Lucia, wid. Richard, h. 13 Ash 

Ela Richard, law-student, h. 13 Ash 

Ela Walter, medical student, h. 13 Ash 

Elder William, printer, h. Russell, near Elm 

Eldredge Geo. B. clerk, h. 6 Cherry 

Eliot Chas. W. pres. H. U. h. Quincy, near Harvard 

Elkson Richard, gardener, bds. 3 Oak 

Elliott Geo. H. cigars and tobacco, 8 Brighton, h. 6Mt. Au- 

Elliott Charles A. house 4 Garden [burn 



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g Elliott John E. painter, 56 Clark, house 20 Hastings 

|XJ Elliott Wm. (Ross & Elliot), wheelwright and blacksmith, O 

Brighton, r. Huckin's Mills, h. 890 Main 4 

© Ellis Alexander, expressman, h. 193 Broadway ^ 

rt Ellis Chas. D. saloon Third, cor. Cambridge, bds. 22 Fifth § 

gj Ellis Charles H. sawyer, h. 22 Fifth S 

Ellis Charles H. 2d, house Eighth, cor. Otis w 

S Ellis Charles L. Mrs. boarding-house, 389 Main g 

B 4 Ellis David, produce dealer (15 South Market, B.), h. 117 g 

g North ave. R. 

g-i Ellis D. F. book-keeper, bds. North ave. cor. Linnaean ^ 

Ellis D. Warren (Ellis Brothers'), produce dealer (3 Mer- ^ 

U chants row, B.), h. 27 Western ave. ^ O 

$ Ellis Elbridge C. (Ellis Brothers'), produce dealer (B.), bds. £Lhj 

d 27 Western ave. ^" m . 

§ Ellis Emmons, clerk, bds. 50 North avenue uip' 

j3 Ellis Geonie H. carver, h. 109 Spring [low place j/20 

U Ellis George W. clerk (25 North Market, B.). bds. 3 Wil- £ £ 

M Ellis John, bds. 18 Eighth [B.), »• 54 North ave. g * 

O El is J. Russell, produce dealer f 15 and 16 South Market, gQ 

W Ellis Lambert, expressman, h. 56 Elm ^ £ 

P-l Ellis Lois A. Mrs. house 37 Tremont g- 

Ellis Mellen F. book-keeper, h. 254 Broadway £$ g 

Ellis Rodolt", carpenter, h. Vine, n. Fifth g P 

y Ellis Thomas, laborer, house 55 Amory a y 

J25 Ellis Thomas, printer, h. rear 96 Gore " ® 

<{ Ellis Thomas F. moulder, h. 24 Brooks pi. tjj p 

P3 Ellis Timothy J. book-binder, bds. 24 Brooks blk. g 3- 

fr Ellis Wm. laborer, house 24 Brooks pi. g* g 

Ellis Wm. B. house 18 Eighth p g 

do Ellis Wm. F. carpenter, house Eighth, n. Otis ' S* 
§ Ellis William R. (Page, Newell & Co. Batterymarch, B.), 
O iron mer. h. Quincy, n. Broadway 

"3 Ellison Nahum, billiard saloon, (B.), h. 31 Pearl g 

"2 Ells Clement E. cabinet maker, h. 61 Gore q 



** Ells Columbus, bds. 6.1 Market 

" Emerson Chas. confectioner, 554 Main, bds. 20 Brookline , ^ 

tD Emerson Elijah, tuner, bds. Austin, n. Norfolk • 

.9 Emerson Geo. B. teamster, house 125 Spring Q 

+3 Emerson Gorham, machinist, h. Norfolk, c. Broadway |> 

pL| Emerson Helen F. wid. Geo. B. h. 100 Hampshire td 

Emerson Henry L. trader, h. Somerset place, n. Magazine ^ 

^ Emerson Hiram, piano-forte maker, h. 2 Chestnut court W 

Emerson Joseph, civil engineer, bds. 2 Webster 

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% g Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher, bds. 341 Harvard ^ w 

* f Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectionery, 552 .. y 
| 1 554 and 556 Main, bds. 81 Franklin' g O 
3 t Emerson Wm. H. clerk, h. 341 Harvard & O 
§ g Emery Geo. L. blacksmith, 123 Washington 

£ S3 Emery Margaret Mrs. h. 13 Webster ave. Ul 

£ © Emery Mark B. clerk, 442 Harvard, bds. at Somerville $ f> 

| | Emery Woodward, lawyer (4 Pemberton sq. B.), bds. Brat- g ^ 

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& g Emmons Wm. plumber, h. 23 Brooks pi. [> 

§ g Emory Geo. blacksmith, h. 423 Washington t" 1 

w Emory Wm. H. printer, bds. 46 Holyoke Jj 

Endicott Henry (Allen & Endicott), machinist, Main, h. 28 
England James, carpenter, bds. 47 Cedar [Columbia 

Engley Wm. F. counsellor, 573 Main, h. 2d arbor off Norfolk 
English Ed. D. glass-maker, house 40 Winter 
English Margaret Mrs. dress-maker, h. 40 Winter 
Ennis James, baker, bds. 2 Brooks 




Ennis Willard, pedler, bds. 377 Cambridge 

Ephraim Joseph H. cigar maker, h. 110 Fourth 

Essensa Samuel, blacksmith, bds. Porter's Hotel 

Estabrooks Joseph D. clerk (B.), h. Washington avenue, c. 
Arlington [865 Main. 

ESTES IVORY P. hardware and stoves, Harvard sq. h 

Estes Minnie Miss, bds. 1 Chestnut pi. [bds. Chestnut pi. 

Estes Nancy G. Miss, dress-maker, 3 Hyde's blk. 603 Main, 

Estey Johnathan L. proof-reader, h. 2 Amory 

Estey Joshua B. clerk, h. 16 Howard 

Estey Wm. H. reporter, h. Inman place, n. Inman 
1 Eustis Abbie B. Mrs. h. 90 Auburn 

Eustis Frank I. clerk, h. Kirkland, cor. Divinity ave. 

Eustis Henry L. professor of engineering in the Lawrence 
Scientific school, H. U. h. Kirkland, cor. Divinity ave. 

Eustis Henry S. h. Kirkland, cor. Divinity ave. 

Eustis Julian J. clerk, h. Kirkland, cor. Divinity ave. 

Evans Elbridge, machinist, h. 866 Main 

Evans Elizabeth Mrs. h. 10 Harrison 

Evans Horatio D. salesman, bds. 866 Main 

Evans John H. teamster, bds. 10 Harrison 
• Evans Richard, gardener, h. 24 Harrison court £j 

Evans Wm. coach-trimmer, h. 150 Mt. Auburn * 

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Evans Wra. H. tailor, h. Green, n. Putnam 

Evart Samuel, clerk, h. 106 Pearl [the common 

Eveleth William II. asst. supt. college, h. North ave. opp. 

Everest James, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 

Everett C C. professor in H. U. h. 53 Garden [Prospect 

Everett Edward D. dry goods (236 Hanover, B.), h. 94 

Everett Edward F. book-keeper, h. 14 Shepard 

Everett Emily Mrs. h. 23 Berkeley 

Everett O. C. Rev. h. 64 Mt. Auburn 

Everett AVm. h. Berkeley, near Philips place 

Everett Win. A. house 23 Berkeley 

Ewell Charles, piano-forte key-maker, h. 41 Franklin 

Ewell Charles C. mason, h. 3 Baldwin pi. Baldwin 

Ewell Charlotte A. Miss, school-teacher, h. 41 Franklin 

Ewell Jas. P. h. 56 Franklin 

Ewell Mary J. widow Wm. h. 3 Baldwin pi. n. Baldwin 

Ewell Thomas B. clerk, h. 41 Franklin [zine ct. h. do. 

Eyre Charles E. (Eyre & Co.), kid glove cleanser, 4 Maga- 

FACEY JOHN P. printer, h. 12 Fremont 
Fagan James, laborer, h. 17 Irving place 
Fahy John L. grocer, 89 Fifth, h. do. 
Fairbairn John, pedler, h. Seventh, n. Otis 
Fairbairn John R. upholsterer, h. Seventh, n. Otis 
'Fairbank Alfred T. book-keeper, bds. 14 Chestnut 
Fairbank Anna C. wid. of Elbridge, h. 14 Chestnut 
Fairbank Geo. E. (Beach & Fairbank), merchant tailor (52 

School, B.), bds. 14 Chestnut 
Fairbank Joseph B. V. h. 49 Mt. Auburn 
Fairfield Edward T. roofer, h. 71 Columbia 
Fallen Patrick, laborer, h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Fallen Thomas, laborer, h. Flagg, n. Banks 
Fallon Ann, wid. Patrick, h. 3 Hamilton 
Fallon Bernard, laborer, h. Brookline, cor. Valentine 
Fallon Christopher, stone-cutter, h. 234 Franklin 
Fallon John, laborer, h. 14 Fremont 
Fallon John, laborer, h. 47 Reed 
Fallon John, painter, h. 15 Irving place 
Fallon Michael, laborer, h. 3 Hamilton 
Falls Geo. S. engineer L. R. R. h. foot East 
Falvey Michael, laborer, h. 13 Sparks 
Faracy Patrick, laborer, h. 32 North 
Farland Susan E. Miss, dressmaker, Harvard sq. bds. B. F. 

Wyeth's, Holyoke, cor. South 
Farley Gustavus, broker, h. 16 Lowell 



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Farley Samuel C icetool maker, bds. Somerville [pect 

Farmer Jesse, copper-smith (69 Merrimac, B.), h. 14 Pros- 
Farmer John P. jr. provisions &c. 13 Harvard row, h. 29 
Farmer J. R. blacksmith, bds. Porter's Motel [Mellen 

Farmer William, carpenter, h. 105 Pleasant 
Farnam Sylvester, machinist, bds. 39 Windsor 
Farnham Aaron, h. 865 Main 
Farnham Geo. Y. teamster, h. 40 Hampshire 
Farnham John C. auctioneer and real estate agent (31 State, 

B.), and Harvard sq. house 8 Story 
Farnsworth Catherine Mrs. h. Charles, n. Court 
Farnsworth Chas. H. surgeon and homoeopathic physician, h. 
Farrar Caroline W. Mrs. h. 140 Brattle [170 Cambridge 
Farrar Edward E. machinist, h. 72 Gore 
Farrell Garrett, gardener, h. 73 Inman 

Farrell John, laborer, h. 54 North [Walrut 

Farrell John H. (Farrell & Mullin), grocer, 623 Main, h 32 
Farrell Martin, .teamster, h. Second, n. Camhridge 
Farrell Matthew, baker, h. Jefferson, n. Porter 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, h. Harvard, near. G. J. R. R. 
Farrell Micah J. agent (C. Wakefield's, B.), h. 116 Auburn 
Farrell & Mullin (John H. Farrell and Peter Mullin). gro- 
Farren Daniel J. slater, h. Green, n. Bay [cers, 623 Main 
Farrington Charles R. bds. Dunham's block, 872 Main 
Farrington Josiah C. R. printer, house Dunham's block 872 
Farrington T. F. book-binder h. 103 Washington [Main 

Farry Patrick, laborer, h. Beckett's blk. Brighton 
Farris Thomas, pedler, h 9 Rideout 
Farwell James K. superintendent, Cambridge Cemetery, h. 

North ave. opp. Day [h. 114 Prospect 

Farwell Joseph R. commission merchant (2 Commerce, B.), 
Farwell Charles H. fish-dealer, North ave. c. Dover, h. do. 
Farwell Stephen T. treasurer, (American Education Society, 

15 Cornhill, B.) house 101 Preston 
Farwell Wm. E. clerk, Hnbbard's wharf, h. at Watertown 
Fatal John J. furniture, Cambridge, c. Tremont, h. 7 Lincoln 
Favor Claudius M. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co.'s. h. 127 

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Favor Jas. M. driver, Thurston, Hall & Co.'s, h. 94 Norfolk 
Fawcett Samuel H. house 21 Avon 
Faxon Daniel, blacksmith, h. 98 Fourth 
Fay Annie L. wid. h. Pearl, cor. Auburn 
Fay Bartholomew, laborer, h. rear East, n. Bridge 
Fay Charles F. ins. agent (B.), bds. North ave. n. Porter' s 
Fay Edward, box-maker, bds. 18 Harrison ave. . [Hotel 



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Fay Isaac, house Antrim, near Cambridge 
Fay John, laborer, house Willow pi. 
Fay Maria D. Miss, h. Garden, n. Washington elm 
Fay Patrick, stone-cutter, house 3 Pioneer court 
Fay Thomas, upholsterer, house 18 Harrison ave. 
Fay William, stoves and tinware (88 Salem, B.), h. 54 Pearl 
Fay William F. O. h. 50 Prospect 

Fee Thomas, laborer, h. 2 Water [Franklin 

Fenan Frederick, butcher, boards Chamberlain's, River, c. 
Fellows B. Frank, foreman, F. A. Kennedy's, h. 500 Main 
Fellows Charles M.(Fellows, Weeks & Co.), grocer, (Battery- 
march, B.), h. 53 North ave. 
Fellows Frank C. bds. C. M. Y ellows', 53 North ave. 
Fellows Isaac, cooper, h. 107 Hampshire 
Fellows John H. (Burton, Fellows & Co.), brush-manufac- 
turer, Gore, n. bridge and (51 Exchange, B.), h.10 Ellery 
Fellows Johu H. jr. book-keeper, h. Thorndike, n. Fifth 
Fellows Joseph, machinist, bds. 23 Lopez 
Fellows Oshea P. works, Thurston, Hall & Co.'s, 
Fellows Thomas H. h. 28 Cherry 
Fels Valentine, brass-finisher, h. Charles near Fourth 
Felt George W. horse-shoer, Cambridge n. Bridge 
Felt Irwing G. (Felt & Collins), carriage smith and wheel- 
wright, 16 Cambridge, bds. 116 Spring 
Felt John B. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 73 River 
Felt & Collins (Irwing G. Felt and Joel S. Collins), carriage- 
smiths, Cambridge 
Felton Cornelius C. student, H. U. h. Ware, n. Broadway 
Felton Mary S. Miss, house Ware, n. Broadway 
Fenelon Mike F. apothecary, h. 158^ Otis 
Fenner Charles, express driver, h. 8 Cottage 
Fenner Mary E. wid. h. 8 Cottage 
Fenton Ira B. clerk, h. 293 Broadway 
Fenton John, carpenter, h. Dublin, n. brickyard 
Fenton Patrick, carpenter, h. 18 Reed 
Ferdinand Gasper F. collector, h. 80 Green 
Ferguson A. currier, h. North ave. n. Tannery 
Ferguson Francis, carpenter, h. foot Dyke 
Ferguson Franklin T. trader, bds. 319 North ave. 
Ferguson Thomas N. (A. Ferguson & Son), boots and shoes, 

bds. 319 North ave. 
Ferguson Thomas T. policeman, h. 22 Coggswell ave. 
Ferguson William, steam-fitter, h. Brookline, n.Valentine 
Ferguson A. H. & Son (Alexander H. and Thomas N. Fer- 
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4 5 ave. near Jay 

g 3 Ferrill Thomas, tailor, h. Mullen's ct. 

<0 f« Ferris John, carpenter, bds. 24 Dunster 

^ g Ferris John W. cooper, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

■g « Ferris Lawrence, laborer, h. 42 Spring 

a | Ferry Patrick, brass-worker, h. 127 Elm 

Fertig Charles, fresco painter, h. 90 Spring 
« * Fessenden Almira, wid. h. 34 Mt. Auburn J [Prospect 

s * Fessenden Chas. L. dry goods (156 Hanover, B.), house 27 
♦ jj e Fessenden Fred. H. conductor, h. 34 Mt. Auburn 
» g Fessenden Isaac, glass-worker, rooms Second, n. Gore 
| £ Fiel Geo. T. (Frier & Fiel), hardware (85 Cambridge, B.), 
8 house 9 Sydney 

Field Chauncy H. machinist, bds. 8. Cherry 

Field George, house 9 Chauncy 

FIELD GEO. G. president (Union Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co. 39 Court, room 2, B.), h. 9 Chauncy 
Field James, glass-cutter, house 189 Norfolk 
Field Richard, piano-forte maker, h. 133 Columbia 
Field Roderick D. carpenter, h. 8 Cherry 
Field Walter W. machinist, bds. 8 Cherry 
Fifield Abiel F. water registrar, Cambridge Water Works, 

City Hall, bds. 70 Spring 
Fifield George E. gilder (B.), bds. 70 Spring 
Fifield George W. asst. supt. U. R. R. h. 70 Spring 
Fifield James H. clerk, h. 70 Spring 
. Fifield John F. conductor, U. R. R. boards 70 Spring 
gj Figgins Joseph, plasterer, h. 26 Charles River 
«* Fillebrown Amos, h. 131 Cambridge 

S Fillebrown Andrew J. glass-cutter, bds. 453 Cambridge Q 

„ Fillebrown Caroline Miss, bds. 131 Cambridge ® 

>H g> Fillebrown Chas. painter, h. r. 66 Norfolk » 

O p Fillebrown Elizabeth Mrs. h. 10 Webster £? ~ 

O *£ Fillebrown Henry S. glass-engraver, h. r. 128 Thorndike g 

P ^ Fillebrown Samuel, glass-cutter, h. 453 Cambridge cf ^ 

" 9 Fillebrown Samuel jr. painter, 457 Cambridge h. 453 Cam- 2. 
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p£ Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (134 Court, B.), house © ^ 

W Finan Bartholomew, machinist, h. 4 Dickinson [45 Spruce *§ <=* 
p] t* Finan James, machinist, house 4 Dickinson 4 ^* 

h. Finger Lewis, philosophical instrument maker, h. Blackstone, • p| 
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W of Finlayron Malcolm, stair-builder, bds. 65 Columbia ™ 

Ph Finn Anthony, shoe-maker, house Third, n. Gore 




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m Finn Michael, Page's box-factory, h. Lopez, n. Pearl £ 

Finnegan Hugh, blacksmith, h. 247 Broadway fc? 

O Finnegan John, blacksmith, house 427 Cambridge ^. 

c3 Finnegan John, cabinet maker, house 65 Spring q 

2 Finnegan John, laborer, h. 128 Brookline O* 
Finnegan John, mechanic, house Eighth Ej 

r2 Finnegan Martin, laborer, bds. 104 Main g* 

S* Finnegan Martin, moulder, bds. 2 Dock crq 

g Finnegan Patrick, carpenter, h. 231 Franklin p 

£h Finnerty Thomas, coachman, h. 4 Antrim 

Finnerwin Martin, laborer, h. Allston, n. Fort Washington # 

U Finney Hugh M. register manuf. h. Viles' blk. Main, L. P. S- 

S Finney James, brass-finisher, house 34 Clark §5. 
g Finney Thomas, brass-finisher, h. 347 Main 

03 First National Bank of Cambridge, Main, c. Prospect q 
ft Fish Albert F. moulder, bds. 6 Pioneer place . ^j 

Fish Charles B. laborer, bds. 6 Pioneer place Q 

|T Fish Isaac, blacksmith, house rear 48 Moore Jjj 

q Fish James, laborer, house rear 112 Union fcg£ 

pq Fish John B. overseer Bird's foundry, h. 6 Pioneer pi, O ft 

pLj Fish Moses W. com. mer. (New York), h. 44 Cottage g-^ 

. Fish William R. civil engineer, 563 Main, bds. 44 Cottage p . 

W Fisher Albert, currier, bds. Leuchte'a, North ave. * q 

M Fisher Ferdinand, currier, h. North avenue, cor. Tannery £> 

S Fisher George, currier, bds. Hughes', North ave. £j 

3 FISHER GEORGE, editor and proprietor "Cambridge ^ 

3 Chronicle," 573 Main, h. 60 Cherry ft 

rj^ Fisher Henry, moulder, h. 180 Broadway OT 

Fisher Julia, widow Halsey, h. rear 133 Columbia gp 

03 Fisher Lawrence, currier, bds. Leuchte's, North ave. q 

d Fisher Lewis E. clerk, Prospect House, 596 Main, bds. do. O 

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*3 Fisher William G. jr. Fresh Pond Hotel, Fresh Pond lane tf* 

"g Fisk James C. (15 Congress, B.), h. Quincy, n. Broadway J? 

c$ Fisk Mary E. Mrs. matron, h. 26 Mt. Auburn p 
P* Fiske Charles A. house 9 Clinton " p. 

5£ Fiske Charles A. jr. clerk, house 9 Clinton ^ 

d Fiske John, author, house 123 Oxford ^ 

J| Fitch Abel, teamster, bds. North ave. n. Cedar 2* 

gj Fitch Amasa, turner, h. 76 Sixth g 

Fitch Charles A. turner at Beal & Hooper's, h. at Charlestown « 

"g Fitcham E. A. house 8 Coggswell ave. § 

.© Fitteman Henry, white-washer, h. 70 Brimmer blk. Harvard *"* 

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Fitton James H. painter, h. 120 Cambridge 
Fitton William R. grocer, h. 428 Cambridge 
Fitz Daniel F. counsellor (B.), h. 69 Oxford 
Fitz Franklin, ship-broker (111 Commercial, B.), h. 12 Essex 
Fitz Sereno M. planer, bds. 5 Village 
Fitzgerald David E. caterer (122 High, B.), h. 2 Village 
Fitzgerald Edward, fireman N. E. Glass Co's, h. 19 Third 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. Warren, n. Porter 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. rear 25 Fourth 
Fitzgerald James, painter (B.), h. 435 Hampshire 
Fitzgerald James, house-painter (B.), h. 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald James H. pressman, bds. 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald John, gate-keeper, Arlington R. R. bds. 170 Dub- 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, h. Willow place [lin 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house 189 Spruce 
Fitzgerald John Mrs. house r. 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald John T. glass-cutter, h. 422 Cambridge 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs. h. 26 Sparks street pi. 
Fitzgerald Maurice, foreman L. Kinsley & Co.'s machine- 
shop, house rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald Maurice, glass-worker, h. 122 Webster ave. 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith, h. Green, n. Hancock 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, h. Court, near the Bridge 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, h. Harvey, opp. Clay 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, bds. rear 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald Michael, works B. & M. R. R. bds. 5 Water 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener, h. Donnell, n. Tuttle 
Fitzgerald Patrick, stone-cutter, Dublin, n. Spruce 
Fitzgerald Richard, house 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Richard A. printer, h. 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald Thomas, laborer, bds. r. 198 Bridge 
Fitzgerald Thomas, varnisher, Cambridge, cor. Sixth 
Fitzgerald Timothy, laborer, h. r. 137 Bridge 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, plater, house 90 Third 
i Fitzpatrick Alfred, jig-sawyer, bds. Nickerson's, 5 Village 
| Fitzpatrick Frank, clerk, bds. 8. Gore 

Fitzpatrick Frank, finisher, house 6 Water 
j Fitzpatrick H. Wm. grocer, Hampshire, cor. Columbia, h. do. 
j Fitzpatrick James, laborer, h. 121 Pleasant 
w Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house 107 Gore 

Fitzpatrick James, provision dealer, 2 Gore, h. 8 Gore 
J* Fitzpatrick James T. boots and shoes, 16 Brighton, h. do. 
5 Fitzpatrick Martin, laborer, h. Columbia, n. Webster ave. 
3 Fitzpatrick Morgan, tailor, 138 Bridge, h. do. 

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O Fitzpatrick Morton, blacksmith, rooms 10 Wheatland blk. M 

PQ Fitzpatrick William, stone-cutter, h. Brighton, n. Winthrop o 3 

^ Fitzsimmons Andrew, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce *"* 

§ Fitzsimmons John, laborer, h. Franklin, n. Bay ^ 

^ Fitzsimmons John, packer, h. 1 19 Elm 2 

p-| Fix A. W. carver, h. rear 12 Winter p 

Flagg Geo. E. teamster, h. 51 Cambridge W 

S Flagg John P. (J. P. Flagg & Co.), com. mer. (80 Milk, B.), g 

& Flagg John P. jr. bds. 18 Fayette [h. 18 Fayette o 

g Flagg Samuel, watch-maker, 162 Cambridge, h. do. P, 

£-1 Flagg Wilson, clerk, h. Dunster, cor. Winthrop 55 w 

Flaherty Ann, wid. Michael, h. Foster, n. Sparks ^ 

U Flaherty John, laborer, h. 98 Fifth g © 

Jg Flaherty Martin, stone-cutter, h. DeWolf, n the river. P-£J 

d Flaherty Michael, laborer, h. 62 Amory ^ 

c3 Flaherty Michael, painter, h. Kernan's blk. Charles River Oi p* 

^ Flaig Simon, watches, clocks and jewelry, 162 Cambridge CC Q 

^ Flanagan Johanna Mrs. h. Lopez, n. Pearl £ £ 

M Flanagan John, laborer, bds. Bay, cor. Franklin R •"* 

q Flanagan John, laborer, h. Brighton, near Winthrop square P Q 

H Flanagan Kate, Miss, dress-maker, h. Lopez, n. Brookline »-$ & 

P-i Flanagan Mary Ann, wid. Mathias, grocer, 120 Court, h. do. *-£ 



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Flanagan Thomas, florist, h. Green, n. Bay CD 

Flanagan Thomas Mrs. h. 11 Tuttle S-Rj 

Flanders Edmund G. carpenter, h. 12 Coggswell ave. * <j> 

Flanders J. manager, Hotel Flanders, 41 Cedar bjT~ 

Flanders William H. clerk, h. 9 Front § H 

Flanders A. O. & E. E. proprietors Hotel Flanders, 41 Cedar o R 

Flannagan Michael, carpenter, h. 106 Harvard P o 

Flannery Bridget, wid. Thomas, h. 35 Vine §. 
Fleck Mathias, baker, h. 98 Fourth 

Fleet Julia Mrs. dress-maker, bds. Buckland's, Mt. Auburn 

Fleet William, carpenter, bds. Holyoke, cor. Mt. Auburn Q 

Fleig Charles, laborer, h. 152 Bridge g 
Fleming Evens, brick-maker, h. 42 Hastings 

Fleming Kate Mrs. h. 23 Gore <i 

Fleming Moses, teamster, h. 72 Hampshire . 

Flemming George, printer, bds. 6Q Brighton Q 

Flemming Mary Jane, Mrs. h. 66 Brighton [> 

Flemming Michael, laborer, h. 59 North £d 

Flemming Thomas, carpenter, h. r. Third, nr. Gore ^ 

g Fletcher Calvin T. provision dealer (13 Union market, B.), W 

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Fletcher James, preparer, house 67 Moore 
Fletcher J. W. supt. of agencies (Hope Life Ins. Co. 53 
"Water, B.), h. 5 Norfolk (bridge, n. Fourth 

Fletcher Ruel H. master Thorndike grammar-school, h. Cam- 
Fletcher Thomas F. glass-cutter, house 54 Sixth 
Fl tcher William K. physician, North ave. c. Walden, h. do. 
Flinn Benjamin F. master mariner, h. 15 Franklin 
FLINN EDMUND Jr. painter, 530± Main, h. 15 Franklin 
Flinn Julia, widow Michael, h. 17 Harvard 

Flinn , baker, bds. 135 Hampshire 

Flint Clarissa, widow Edmund, h. rear 99 Cambridge 

Flint Francis (83 Broad, B.), house 8 Chauncy 

Flood John, hostler, bds. Fitzgerald's, Spruce 

Flood Margaret Miss, house 51 Gore 

Flood Maurice, cement-pipes, bds. 27 Harvard 

Floyd Baruch C. turnkey, East Cambridge jail, h. do. 

Floyd Samuel F. teamster, h. Warrep, n. Cambridge 

Floyd Stephen D. book-keeper, h. 98 Ellery 

Flynn Bartholomew, laborer, h. West, n. Lee 

Flynn Bernard, laborer, h. 35 Donnell [Donnell 

Flynn Bernard jr. marble cutter, bds. Bernard Flynn's 35 

Flynn Edward J. cashier and superintendent (60 Hanover, 

B.), house 30 Warland 
Flynn James, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Flynn Maurice, printer, Riverside 
Flynn Mary A. Miss, h. 13 Willow place 
Flynn Michael, cooper, boards 179 Bridge 
Flynn Michael, laborer, bds. Hughes', North ave. 
Flynn Patrick, cooper, h. 179 Bridge 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, house 35 Vine 

Flynn Patrick H. tailor (128 Washington, B.), h. Western 
Flynn Thomas, teamster, h. 6 Perry [ave. n. Putnam 

Flynn Thomas, laborer, h. North ave. opp. Tannery 
Flynn Thomas, mason, bds. 13th house in Willow place 
Flynn Thomas, saloon, h. 87 Harvard [Orchard 

Fobes Daniel, confectioner (96 and 98 Sudbury, B.), h. 11 
Fobes Henry A. agent (C. D. Edwards, B.), h. 15 Mt. Auburn 
Fogelby Karl, organ maker, house 54 Elm 
Fogerty James, carpenter, h. Cambridge, c. Webster ave. 
Fogg Andrew, clerk, h. 9 Pettingili & Sawyer's blk. Second 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter, h. 90 Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, house 6 North Sixth 
Fogg Frank W. comm'l trav. h. Tenny court 
Fogg Jesse Mrs. house 68 Mt. Auburn 



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Foley Bartholomew, laborer, h. rear 55 Araory 1^ 

g Foley Bridget Miss, hduse Dunster, cor. South O 

pQ Foley Catharine, widow David, h. Bridge, opp. the water §. 

m Foley Daniel, gardener, house 30 Prospect & 
g Foley Dennis, book-binder, h. Dyke, n. Charles River 

c3 Foley Edward, house Bridge, opp. the water Q 

(Li Foley James, laborer, boards 2 Cowperthwait O 

Foley John, laborer, bds. 46 Foster p* 

rS Foley John, laborer, house 55 Amory p' 

a ft Foley John G. printer, house 83 Wendell TO 

Foley John J. carpenter, house 150 Spruce P 

Eh Foley Mary, widow John M. house 162 Dublin __ 

Foley Michael P. laborer, h. 2 Willard court «£ 

?h Foley Patrick J. machinist, h. 234 Bridge n» 

Ja Foley Peter G. straw-dresser, h. 494 Cambridge & 
d Foley Thomas, laborer, h. Vine, cor. Fifth 

c3 Foley Warren G. milk-dealer, h. 55 ]ft. Auburn" [Essex ^ 

^ Foley George H. insurance adjuster (56 State, B.), house 52 m 

w Folkes Edward, currier, h. North ave. opp. Tannery O 

^ Follen Michael, laborer, h. Willow place r- £d 

q Follen Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory g) Q 

pq Follensbee Benjamin A. cabinet maker, h. 53 Columbia co W 

Ph Foiling Hannah Miss, house 49 Auburn O <| 

Folsom Charles, house 19 Berkeley p r* 

H Folsom Charles E. cashier (83 Milk, B.), bds. 113 Otis q 

M Folsom Charles E. brass-finisher, boards 22 Green J> 

>?> Folsom Charles W. supt. Mt. Auburn, house Brattle, n. Mt. £d 

<j Auburn '[Fifth, h. 113 Otis tZj 

p3 Folsom C. D. dry goods and paper hangings, Cambridge, cor. W 

pH Folsom Dudley, house 46 Prospect , OT 

Folsom Hiram W. clerk, boards 113 Otis £P 

j£ Folsom James N. salesman, house 39 Pleasant q 

a Folsom John T. dentist (22 State, B.), h. 22 Avon O 

§ Folsom Mark J. policeman, house 32 Warland * 

■^ Fonseca Isaac, gas-meter maker (324 Washington, B.), h. ^ 

•g 42 Brookline W 

cj Fonseca Phineas, cigar maker, h. Perry court 2 

P^ Foote George L. (Foote & French), banker (7 Congress sq. p* 

kfl B.), house 352 Harvard ^ 

d Foote James H. P. carpenter, h. 171 Windsor en 

jg Foote Luther, h. 352 Harvard 02 

gj Footman George, teamster, bds. 71 Cambridge $ 

Footman James F. horse-car conductor, bds. 71 Cambridge B 

"g Foran Patrick, laborer, h. Franklin alley [3 

tg Forbes Andrew J. nickel plater, h. 114 Thorndike 2 



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Forbes Henry D. book-keeper, h. 315 Broadway 

Forbes Thomas, h. 17 Valentine 

Forbes William W. broker (31 Exchange, B.), h. 114 Inman 

Forbush Sarah, widow Joseph, h. Willow place 

Ford Caleb, travelling salesman, h. Pearl n. Williams 

Ford Calvin, machinist, h. 652 Main 

Ford Daniel, laborer, bds. Dennis Ford's, Gore, n. Fifth 

Ford Daniel, carpenter, h. 175 Cambridge 

Ford Daniel, laborer, h. 54 North 

Ford David, glass-worker, h. Charles, n. Court 

Ford Dennis, carpenter, h. Gore, n. Fifth 

Ford Hugh A. teamster, h. 245 Mt. Auburn 

Ford Jeremiah, laborer, h. 139 Bridge 

Ford Jeremiah D. painter, h. 175 Cambridge 

Ford John (John Ford & Son), printer, Harvard sq. house 

Magazine, corner Lake 
Ford John fireman, h. Woodbury's yd. Second 
Ford John, plasterer, bds. Dennis Ford's, Gore, n. Fifth 
Ford John F. plumber, house 107 Allston 
Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer, h. 36 Erie 
Ford John J. laborer, house 419 Cambridge 
Ford John M. clerk, Allston, h. 8 Rockwell 
Ford John S. printer, bds. 41 Holyoke 
Ford John & Son (John Ford and John H. Ford), printers, 

Harvard square, cor. Dunster 
Ford Mary A. widow Howard J. h. 29 Hamilton 
Ford Michael, glass-maker, h. rear Bridge, n. opp. Short 
Ford Moses, marble worker, bds. Thos. Ford's 17 Sparks 
Ford Thomas, laborer, h. 17 Sparks 
Ford William H. cooper (B.), h. Rideout 
Ford William H. book-keeper, h. 652 Main 
Foren Nicholas, servant, Henry Potter's, North avenue, cor. 
Forg P. cabinet maker, h. Second n. Otis Linnaean 

Forrest James, painter, h. Banks, cor. Flagg 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, h. Banks, cor. Flagg 
Forrest Robert, painter, h. 8 Banks 
Forristall Joseph, expressman, house 51 Washington 
Forsyth James, laborer, Osborn's, h. 28 Windsor 
Forsyth Joseph, laborer, h. 6 Cowperthwait 
Forsyth William John, teamster, bds. 28 Windsor 
Fortune William, laborer, h. 4 Hixon's blk. Hastings 
Fosdick William B. h. 44 Williams 
Foss Benjamin D. carpenter, h. 169 Harvard 
Foss Charles, cabinet maker, h. 25 State 
Foss Edmund F. carpenter, h. 10 Myrtle place 

Joiners' Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every yariety of 
Whips and Lashes, for sale at lowest prices, wholesale and retail. 



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J. S. SAWYER, 

GRAVEL ROOFING 

AND 

FIRE INSURANCE. 

No. 1 Hyde's Block, 603 Main Street, 



6AMlSIB©l?©Sf, MASS. 

Agent for tlic 

Middlesex Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Concord, Mass. 

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OXFORD, COR. CRESCENT ST., CAMBRIDGE. 
Bouquets, Cat Flowers, Wreaths, Crosses, &e. 

illllT BOUSl raAST B. 

Shrubs, Roses, Herbaceous Plants, Grape Vines, Ac, Ac. 

Which I offer for sale at the lowest market prices. 

WILLIAMS HOWE. 



QUINCY MUTUAL 

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OF QUINCY, MASS. 
Incorporated April, 1851. 

ISRAEL W. MUNROE, President and Treasurer. 
CHARLES A. HOWLAND, Secretary. 
WM. O. HOWLAND, Assistant Secretary. 



ASSETS, $1,004,250.00 

Immediately Available, . . $468,920.00 



Insures Dwellings, Household Furniture, Churches, Stores, Boot: 
Shoes, and Leather, and all risks of the safer class 
on very favorable terms. 

DIRECTORS. 

WILLIAM 8. MORTON, Quincy. EBENEZEE GAY, Boston. 



ISRAEL W. MUNROE, 
WHITCOMB PORTER, 
THOMAS CURTIS, 
CHAS. A. HOWLAND, 
HENRY 1L FAXON, 
WILLIAM B. D LOO AN, 
JOHN HARDWICK. 



H. W. BLANCHARD, 
ALFRED LORING, Hingham. 

GEORGE MARSTON, New Bedford. 
S. A. HAYWARD. N. Bridgewater. 
ROYAL W. TURNER, Randolph. 
SOLOMON J. HEAL, Cohasset. 
CHARLES BRECK, Milton. 



R. 15. LEDCHARS, Boston. J. ALBA DAVIS, West Roxbuiy. 

This Company has been in operation over twenty years, has paid 
over $600,000 in losses, and over $310,000 in dividends to policy 
holders, and is now paying fifty per cent dividend on all five years, 
and twenty-five per cent on all other risk*. 

Boston Office, 27 State Street. 

W. PORTER, Agent. 

January J, 1^72. 



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3 Foss Geo. A. printer, h. 21 Mellen [Main g 4 

O Foss Geo. W. W. at Osborn's planing mill, h. r. Fisk's block, ^ 

M Foss Wm. H. piano action maker, h. Windsor, cor. Main O 



Foster Albert H. bread-cart driver, bds. 47 Windsor 



x" usier Aiucii jljl. uicau-uaiu unvci, uus. t« ttiuuoui 

q Foster Andrew, porter, house 44 Tremont ^ 

j5 Foster Ansel J. cabinet maker, h. 7 Franklin 2 







v us lci ^usei o. cauiuei maimer, 11. i x' laiinuu. ^ 

Foster Ansley, carpenter, h. 31 Baldwin £ 

Foster Charles C. h. Kirkland, near Oxford °^ 

Foster Chas. H. broker (9 State, B.), h. Main, c. Dock, L. P. g 

q Foster Charles I. provisions, h. 30 Hamilton q 

o Foster Elizabeth J. wid. Charles, h. 47 Windsor . t^ 

H Foster Francis C counsellor (33 School, B.), h. 15 Oxford Jg^ 

w Foster George J. clerk, bds. 2 Cottage p ^j 

U Foster Isabella, boards 4 Crane P J* 

,D Foster Isabella, widow, Robert, h. Foster ct. ^ p 

Q Foster John, glass-cutter, bds. 44 Tremont rf^*T* 

o3 Foster Margaret E. widow, h. 4 Crane [Linnaean ^ m. 

q Foster Theodore S. inspector (Custom House, B.), house 39 S?^ 3 

Foster Walter K. patent concave tire, coupling and carriage h § 

y wheel, manuf. Foster's block, Main, house North ave. cor. E ^ 

O Meacham g ^ 

gjj Foster William, carpenter, h. Flagg, cor. Banks 4 £ 

" Foster William T. cigar maker, house 96 Third Q2 S- 

pj Foston Geo. E. carpenter, bds. 13 Sydney ^g 

Fowle Henry H. jeweller (B.), h. 61 Spring O P 

M Fouquet Peter, upholsterer, h. Third, n. Bridge ct- y 

3 Foundation Michael, teamster, bds. 9 Sparks .. CD 

< Fountain Geo. W. blacksmith, bds. 34 Clark g 3 ^ 

W Fourice , currier, bds. Kimmerly's, North ave. so hj 

" Fowle G. B. agent, Bay State Glass Co. h. 43 Baldwin • g g 

Fowle Isaac H. carver, h. Fourth, n. Cambridge P q 

w Fowle Seth A. druggist (1 Milton pi. B.), h. 32 Norfolk P 
§ Fowler Frank A. mason, bds. 22 Tremont [Brattle 

O Fowler Helen M. dress-maker, Harvard sq. bds. James, cor. -. 

'S Fowler Jeremiah, mason, h. 22 Tremont S 

"2 Fowler John, mason, bds. 22 Tremont q 
ri Fowler John W. carpenter, bds. Cuddy's blk. Columbia 

" Fowler Nancy Mrs. house 3 James <1 

&D Fowler Stephen D. book-birder, h. 24 Brookline • 

Q Fowles Augustus L. confectioner, 554 Main, h. Lopez, near Q 

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j£ Fox Charles E. clerk, bds. 15 Baldwin fcd 

J* 4 Fox Edward P. printer, h. 132 Auburn ^ 

o Fox Geo. J. harness maker (Cove, n. Beach, B.), h. 3 Orchard W 
eg Fox Jabez, teacher, bds. 15 Baldwin 



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Fox James A. counsellor, h. Green, n. Putnam 

Fox Joseph, gardener and jobbing contractor, Mt. Auburn, h. 

14 Lowell 
Fox Michael, glass-maker, bds. 55 Charles [Auburn 

FOX ROBERT L. B. harness maker, 3 Brattle, h. 56 Mt. 
Fox Thomas, laborer, h. 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas jr. harness-maker, bds. 55 Charles 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev. h. 17 Arlington 
Foye Mary Mrs. h. 36 Brighton 
Fragus Manuel, laborer, h. Third, n. Gore 
Francis Eben, clergyman, h. 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, h. 43 Kirkland 
Francis Louis, teamster, h. 147 Dublin 
Frank Charles, turner, h. Harvey 
Franklin Joseph, mason, h. 4 Symonds' block, De Wolf 
Franlley Michael, laborer, h. 7 Crane 
Frary L. S. clerk, bds. 25 Magazine 

Fraser Alexander, travelling agent, h. Third, n. Cambridge 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier& Smith), 31 4 Main, h. 2 Columbia 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and Alpheus E. Smith), 

piano hammer makers, 314 Main 
Frazier Allen, h. 23 Sydney [82 Green 

FRAZIER ALLEN, JR. lounges, chairs, &c, 642 Main, h. 
Frazier Daniel, carpenter, bds. 23 Sydney 
Frazier Geo. conductor, B. & M. R. R. h. 119 Thorndike 
Frazier John B. carpenter, h. 128 Harvard 
Frazier Simon, cabinet maker, h. 23 Sydney 
Frazier William, carpenter, bds. 127 Prospect 
Frederickson Peter, cabinet maker, h. 120 Spring 
Freeman Arsene, cabinet maker, h. 19 Fifth \ 

Freeman B. B. painter, h. 418 Main 
Freeman Chas. T. book-gilder, bds. 224 Broadway 
Freeman Ellen M. Miss, h. 4 Holyoke 
Freeman John, carpenter, bds. 363 Main 
Freeman John M. book-keeper, bds. 224 Broadway 
Freeman John S. proof-reader, h. 26 Watson 
Freeman Morton, newspapers, periodicals, &c. 361 Main, h. do. 
Freeman Nathan Mrs. h. 363 Main 
Freeman Wm. carpenter (B.), h. 224 Broadway 
Freeman Wm. W. organ-maker, 426 Main, h. 9 Rockwell 
Freeth Wm. printer, h. Blackstone, n. book-bindery 
French Austin G. teamster, h. 133 Windsor 
FRENCH GEO. E. news-dealer, 588 Main, h. 221 Harvard 
French Helena Miss, tailoress, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attentiou 
of Builders is called to our very large stock and complete as- 



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Furniture, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 

CAMBRIDGE [f] DIRECTORY. 141 



2 French John, mason, h. 12 Union 

g French Mary F. Q. widow, h. 13 DeWolf 

P3 French Orin B. carpenter, h. 139 Mt. Auburn 

~ French Sara J. school-teacher, bds. Holman's, North ave. 

q Pre ch Wm. A. stair-builder, r. of house, h. 49 Trowbridge 

£ Friel Hugh F. trunk-maker, h. Gore, n. Fifth 

Ph Friele Christian, blacksmith, h. Bristol 

q Friend Edward, stone-mason, h. 45 Reed 

Tv Friend Samuel, laborer, h. 41 Reed 

d Friend William, expressman, North ave. n. Walden, h. do. 

© Frier Adolphus S. hardware (85 Cambridge, B.), h. 41 
IH Pleasant 

M Frost Edmund, h. Oxford, n. Forest 

§J Frost Eunice, widow Nathan, h. DeWolf 

,Q Frost Geo. foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), h. 39 Orchard 

3 Frost Geo. E. builder, bds. North ave. bet. Roseland and Forest 
J§ Frost Wm. h. North ave. nearly opp. Arlington 

q Frost Wm. E. builder, h. North ave. bet. Roseland andTorest 

~~ Frothingham Amos T. cashier (Tremont National Bank, B.), 

^ h. Harvard, n. Dana 

O Frye James E. provisions, 123 Harvard, h. 2 Davis 

H Frye John K. (21 Salem, B.), h. 27 Hancock 

P -1 Frye Samuel M. policeman, h. 339 Main 

• Fuchs John, currier, h. North ave. opp. Tannery 

" Fuller Abraham, book-keeper, h. 45 Norfolk 

y Fuller Addie R. widow Richard F. h. 13 Hilliard 

b* Fuller Benedict, laborer, h. 57 Charles 

<3 Fuller Chas. H. painter, bds. River, n. Pleasant 

p3 Fuller Charles L. clerk, h. 19 Forest [church 

p4 Fuller Daniel D. engineer, h. Concord avenue, opp. Catholic 

Fuller Elias J. h. 496 Cambridge 

.JQ Fuller Emma L. widow Rev. Arthur B. h. 13 Hilliard 

g Fuller Geo. C. W. clothing, and gent's furnishing goods, 561 
^O Main, h. Austin, cor. Essex 

c3 FULLER JAMES H. hardware and kitchen furniture, 2 
£ Hyde's blk. 605 Main, h. 3 Inman 

& Fuller John Y. clerk, bds. 3 Inman [Inman 

" Fuller Luther, butter and eggs (14 Union market, B.), h. 36 

bfl Fuller Lyman I. clerk, bds. 2 Sydney 

.2 Fuller Rober O. (Fuller, Dana & Fitz), iron and steel (110 
£ North, B.), h. Harvard, c. Prospect 

gj Fuller Samuel D. (S. D. Fuller & Co), provisions, 157 Har- 
vard, h. 236 Broadway 

O Fuller Sarah Mrs. h. Ill Austin 

eS! Fuller S. H. salesman, h. Cambridge, opp. Maple ave. 

£ WARREN'S PHOTOGRAPHS, Post-Office Building, Cambridgeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 




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J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 
Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [G] DIRECTORY. 



Fuller William H. paper hanger, h. 11 Prospect 

Fullerton Alexander, shoe-maker, h. 15 Hancock 

Fullum Patrick, packer, h. Cambridge, n. Windsor 

Fulton John, painter, h. 66 Washington 

Fulton John A. (Fulton, Long & Co. ), furniture dealer and 

upholsterer, 30 Brighton, h. Winthrop, n. Dunster 
Fulton, Long & Co. (John A. Fulton, Daniel Long and 

Stephen S. Harris), furniture dealer, and upholsterer, 

30 Brighton 
Furbush Elias, stoves (159 Cambridge, B.), h. 96 Harvard 
Furfey Hugh, mat-maker, h. 128 Brookline 
Furfey James, mat-maker, Brookline, n. Erie, h. 118 do. 
Furfey Michael, mat-maker, h. 128 Brookline 
Furfey William J. clerk, bds. James Furfey's, 118 Brookline 
Furness Hannah K. wid. of William H. h. Arrow, c. Main 
Furness Robert, cooper, h. 214 Cambridge 

GABONRY ISIDORE, printer, bds. De Wolf 

GafFey John, teamster, h. Monroe alley 

Gaffey Stephen, glass-blower, Bay State Glass Co. 

Gafney James, tailor, bds. 2 Brooks 

Gafney John, machinist (Sudbury, B.), h. 181 Bridge 

Gage Cordelia M. wid. Rudolph, h. 866 Main 

Gage George G. carpenter, h. Erie, cor. Pearl 

Gage George W. soap-maker, h. 63 Washington 

Gage Julius F. h. 88 Thorndike 

Gage Mary C. Miss. bds. 204 Harvard 

Gage Milton (Woodward & Gage), furniture, North ave n. 
Beech, h. 41 Coggswell avenue 

Gage Nathaniel Mrs, wid. h. Concord ave. cor. Chauncy 

Gahn John, varnisher, h. rear 200 Bridge 

Gains Jesse, cook, h. 3 Pioneer 

Galbraith James, teamster, h. 27 Webster avenue 

Gale Cicero C. salesman, h. 67 Inman 

Gale George T. pres. Nat. City Bank, h. 14 Clinton 

GALE GEORGE W. lumber dealer, Main, West Boston 
bridge, house 4 Clinton 

Gale Hezekiah C. teamster, house 29 Chauncy 

Gale J. E. teacher, bds. L. R. Williston's, Berkeley, n. Craigie 

Gale Justin E. teacher, young ladies' private school, 7 Berke- 
ley, boards 15 do. 

Gale Stephen W. mason, h. 160 Harvard 

GALE WILLIAM T. (WM. T. GALE & CO.), watches, 
diamonds, jewelry and silver ware (221 Washington st. 
B.j, house 10 Roseland 

Gallagher Charles, cabinet maker, bds. Reed's, Cedar 

sortment of Builders' Hardware, suitable for houses of the highest 
cost, as well as for cheaper houses. A food supply of Joiners' 



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o Garagan Almira Mrs. house 377 Cambridge 



and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



2 Gallagher Frank, laborer, h. Webster ave. cor. Columbia g; 

g Gallagher Hugh, laborer, h. reaf 30 Gore oa 

pq Gallagher James, milkman, h. 94 Webster ave. mj 

Gallagher James H. sail-maker (B.), h. 82 Spring § 

g~ Gallagher Jane C. Mrs. house 49 Fifth . 

as Gallagher Michael, machinist, h. 232 Bridge q 

p[] Gallagher Michael, trunk-maker (B.), h. 165 Broadway £ 

Gallagher Michael F. laborer, h. 22 Foster ^ 
i— i Gallagher Neal, pedler, h. Fourth, near Charles 

a^ Gallagher Owen, laborer, h. North, near East B 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, rooms 51 Gore p 

£h Gallagher Patrick, moulder, h. Fifth, cor. Charles ^ £ 

Gallagher Thomas, plasterer, h. 103 Webster avenue W «H 

g Gallagher William, plasterer, h. 103 Webster avenue p ^j 

<D Gallaber Edward, laborer, h. Murdock, n. Gardner P 2 

-S Gallaher Hugh, Baker, h. r. 382 Cambridge ^4 

§ Gallighan Mary Mrs, h. Bridge, opp. R. R, crossing jJ"J M . 

rd Gallivan John, laborer, h. 16 Hastings P 

^ Gallivan John, carpenter, h. 93 Spruce g O 

iT Gallivan John, laborer, h. Power's block, Harvard g ^ 

q Gallivan Patrick, laborer, h. Power's Block, Harvard g 

y Gallivan Philip, laborer, house 116 Brookline <j> 3 

P-i Gallivan Patrick, laborer, h. Sparks, n. Foster *"* & 

Gallivan Thomas, blacksmith, h. 38 Foster COq 

Galloway Alfred H. laborer, h. 3 Gilpin $ g 

y Galvin Catherine, wid. Jeremiah, h. Clay, cor Spruce q 

^ Galvin James, pedler, h. 36 Foster ^n? 

<J Galvin John W. baker, h.107 Tremont y^ 

p3 Galvin Mary Mrs. h. Mill, near Charles River o ^ 

pH Galvin Michael, house 171 Norfolk §■ g- 

Gandy Thomas, roller, house 12 Webster avenue 2 P 

03 Gannett John P. master mariner, house 290 Harvard ■ p 

g Gannett John S. clerk, house 290 Harvard F* 
O Gannett Thomas B. clerk, bds. 3 Dana 

^ Gannett William W. (49 North Market, and 46 Merchants q 

"g row, B.), house 3 Dana ^ 

c<3 Gannett Willis W. book-keeper, h. 290 Harvard © 
Ph Gannon John L. painter, boards Elm, near Hampshire 

bU Gannon Patrick, mason, house Elm, near Hampshire ^ 
.9 Gannon Peter J. mason, bds. Elm, n. Hampshire 

Gannon Thomas, mason, h, Elm, n. Hampshire Q 

Gano Sophia Mrs. house 4 Austin place jjj 

Ganong James, cracker driver, h. 16 Union 3 

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Gardiner Charles F. h. Forest, n. North ave. 

Gardner Charles T. conductor, h. 11 Harrison place 

Gardner David A. glass-blower, h. 24 North Fifth 

Gardner Elisha P. express, Sixth, n. Spring 

Gardner Henry A. carpenter, bds. 48 Auburn 

Gardner Henry M. painter (B.), h. 22 Cherry 

Gardner James, laborer, h. North, n. East 

Gardiner John W. baker, 207 Cambridge, h. Seventh St. ct. 

Gardner Leavitt, house 52 Pleasant 

Gardner Mary J. Mrs. house 410 Harvard 

Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs. house Dana, opp. Centre 

Gardner Richard, laborer, house rear 119 Elm 

Gardner Samuel B. oil manuf. (387 Broad, B.), h. 10 Lake 

Gardner Wm. S. (25 Central whf. B.), boards 10 Lake 

Garfield Timothy J. carpenter, house 34 Pleasant 

Garigan Ellen Mrs. ale, beer, &c. 175 Bridge, h. do. 

Garrett Geo. blacksmith, boards Porter's Hotel 

Garrigan Lawrence, blacksmith, h. 242 Franklin 

Garrigan Patrick, icetool maker, bds. Somerville 

Garrity John, laborer, house 10 Cowperthwait 

Garvin Richard, teamster, house Clay 

Garvin William, laborer, house 103 Fourth 

Gately James, laborer, house 25 Banks 

Gately Patrick, stone-cutter, house 47 Amory 

Gately Peter, marble polisher, house 49 Amory 

Gates Sally, widow Henry, h. 23 Williams 

Gates Stephen F. machinist, h. 119 Magazine 

Gates Walter, house Cambridge, n. Ellery 

Gates William H. painter, h. 23 Williams 

Gatler Albert, moulder, bds. 36 Hampshire 

Gatler Frederick, moulder, house 36 Hampshire 

Gatte Jacob, boat-maker house 68 Harvard 

Gauhan John, cabinet maker, h. Sixth, n. Vine 

Gaul Russell, porter, house 30 Hampshire 

Gaul Simon, carpenter, house 87J- Harvard 

Gault Benjamin F. real estate agent and builder, house 85 

Gault David W. glass-maker, house 58 Bridge [Pleasant 

Gavin Edward, laborer, house Fifth, cor. Charles 

Gavin Terrence, grocer, Fifth, near Vine, h. do. 

Gaw James, laborer, bds. 6 Porter 

Gay Franklin (184 Devonshire, B.),h. 139 Austin 

Gay George, boards 97 Austin 

Gay George W. clerk, 531 Main, h. 14 Harrison 

Gay G. Henry, book-keeper, boards Essex, cor. Austin 

G.iy Harriet A. Mrs. widow, house 119 Pearl 

Gay Joel, machinist, house Wendell, n. Carver 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
Lashes for sale at Iaw3st prices, wholesale and retail. 



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§ Gay Joseph, billiard-rooms, 539 Main .j 

-g Gay William F. house 139 Austin O 

O Gaylord Edson D. dentist, house 21 Worcester £ 

" Gayton Bernard, laborer, h. 163 Spring p 

•» Gebson John, porter, house 92 Harvard ^ 

© Gee F. laborer, house 117 Spruce q 

43 Gegan Frank, cigar maker, h. 3 Essex court O* 

" Geldowsky Ferdinand, furniture manufacturer, Otis, corner g; 

© First, house (Walnut, Somerville) g* 

■p, Genthner Gilmore, tinplate worker, h. cor. Thorndike &Q 

3 George Harvey, house 104 Otis p 

© George James P. box-maker, house 51 Pine *♦• 

George Luther, stone-cutter, bds. 9 Wheatland blk. Cambridge {sj 



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oa George Obadiah, h. Cambridge, cor. Windsor §. 

q Gerald Alfred, pot-maker, h. 147 Dublin g # 

»g Gerald Eben W. cracker driver, 502 Main, bds. do. J" - 
H Gerard Lewis F. stereotyper, h. Dana ct. n. Western ave. 

^ Germain David, laborer, house 19 Tuttle © 

O Germany Peter, laborer, h. ]21 Spruce g 

m Gerow William, workman^ Boston Stamping Co.'s, boards r w 

M Broadway House [blk. Cambridge Wq 

O Gerry Charles, brakeman, B. & L. R. R. bds. 9 Wheatland g H 

g Gerrish Peter, upholsterer, house 92 Vine o ^4 

" Gerry Elizabeth Mrs. bds. F. A Gerry's, North ave. p ^ 

m Gerry Frederick A. provisions, P. O. bldg. North ave. house * " 

North ave. [sor £~ 

M Gerry James, cooper, Teele, Howe & Co.'s, Main, opp. Wind- S 

£j Gerry John, mason, h. Cambridge, beyond Warren ^ 

3 Gerry John, laborer, house Sydney, n. Allston jrj 

g Gerry John W. horse-shoer, h. Elm, cor. Tenny CQ 

" Gerry Joseph, laborer, house rear 77 School op 

Gerry Joseph, laborer, h. 125 Court 

2 Gerry Patrick, stone-cutter, bds. 21 Harvard [ave. S 

O Gerry Warren A. book-keeper, bds. F. A. Gerry's, North J 

,2 Gerten Louis, currier, Muller's tannery ^ 

^ Gerts William T. moulder, h. 129 Spring CO 

Pi Getchel Alfred, teamster, h. Stone's blk. Blackstone P 

n* Getchell Elisha B. fruit, confectionery and employment office, £ 

29 Haymarket sq. h. rear 41 Norfolk 

g> Gibb Adam, clerk, h. 9 Willow gj 
•g Gibbons John P. book-agent, house 24 Sixth 
+3 Gibbs Araory T. secretary to the president of H. U. house 
fr Madison, cor. Garden 615 Main 
Gibbs Benjamin W. jeweller, Douglass block, 693 Main, bds. 

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J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 
Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [G] DIRECTORY. 



Gibby Nicholas, carriage painter, Cambridge, opp. Lech mere 
square, house Cambridge, near Second [ave. 

Gibson Eliza H. Mrs. thread store, 549 Main, h. 36 Western 
Gibson Henry, gardener, h. rear 43 Norfolk 
Gibson John, porter, house 92 Harvard , 

Gibson John, laborer, h. Eustis ct. n. Oxford 
Gibson Joseph, clerk, h. 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Joseph P. house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Sarah, wid. Thomas, h. 5 Sparks 
Gibson William, laborer, h. Garden, opposite Wallace 
Gibson William, superintendent gas works, h. Howard, opp. 

Chapman place 
Gibson William T. carriage painter, house 1 1 Willard 
Giddings Samuel, with William Dailey, Cambridge, lodges in 
Gifford Andrew, wheelwright, bds. 37 Garden [hack-office 
Gilbert Alice Mrs. house 19 Tremont 
Gilbert Benj. F. bank clerk (B.), h. 27 Inman 
Gilbert Harriet, widow of Henry, h. 77 River 
Gilbert Wm. F. painter, house 81 Inman 
Gilchrist James, clerk, boards 1 Pioneer 
Gilchrist William, Bartlett, Williamson & Co.'s, h. 57 
Gilcreas Charles S. clerk, boards 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas A. D. carpenter, house 57 Franklin 
Gilford Michael, plasterer, boards Flagg, near Banks 
Gillingham John G. printer, bds. Trowbridge, n. Main 
Gilkey George, clerk, boards Buxton's, Walden 
Gill Catharine, widow Wm. h. Garden, opp. Wyeth 
Gill Christopher Mrs. board ing-house, Thorndike, n. Fourth 
Gill James, presser, house 88 Fifth 
Gill John, watch-maker, 9 Harvard row, h. 13 DeWolf 
Gill Joseph W. fish-market, h. East, n. Bridge 
Gill Peter F. clothes-cleanser, h. 98 Harvard 
Gillam Charles H. hostler, h. 147 Winslow. 
Gillespie Maria L. Miss, h. 34 Lee 
Gillespie Mrs. widow Joseph A. house 34 Lee 
Gillespie William A. book-keeper, bds. 34 Lee 
Gilligan John, laborer, boards 113 Elm [Bridge, h. do. 

Gilligan John H. (Gilligan & Quinn), grocer. Fourth, cor. 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, house 129 Prospect 
Gilligan & Quinn, f John H. Gilligan and James J. Quinn), 

grocers, Fourth, cor. Bridge 
Gillis Patrick, laborer, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Gillon John, brick-layer, h. 242 Cambridge [Vine 

Gillon Patrick, junk and crockery dealer, 111 Fourth, h. 34 
Gilloran Patrick, fish-dealer, h. 163 Spring 



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g Gilman Edward, grocer, h. Reed, near Spruce 55 

pq Gilman John D. dining-room (46 Summer and 21 F. H. ^ 

market, B.), house 54 Pleasant °. 

O Gilman Mary E. Mrs. house 8 Walnut court 

^ Gilman William A. (Custom House, B.), h. 345 Harvard ** 

gj Gilman Wm. E. clerk, bds. 345 Harvard p 

Gilman Zenas M. dining-rooms (46 Summer, B.), bds. 54 P 

,2 Gilmartin Patrick, carpenter, h. 19 Dublin [Pleasant 

P< Gilmore George, jig-sawyer, bds. 389 Main g 

9 Gilmore Henry H. supt. Boston rolling-mill, h. 52 Prospect © 

p., Gilmore John, carpenter, bds 53 Fourth d^ ~ 

Gilmore Lucy E. widow of Frederick J. A. h. 34 Brewery co W 

g Gilmore William, laborer, house 46 Clark ^ 

© Gilmore William J. brass-finisher, h. 44 Clark p © 

*2 Gilroy Michael, printer, house 52 Charles P-Sj 

g Gilson Sarah E. widow of Charles, h. 30 Western avenue £*~ 

fi Ginchrist John T. laborer, h. 245 Broadway *" p' 

O Gindrow Frank, brick-maker, h. Reservoir, n. Concord ave. W 



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M Ginty Michael, boiler maker, h. Gray's blk. 95 Harvard £ *"* 

S Girdler Samuel K. book-keeper, h. 39 Union g Q 

p^ Glancy John, mason, h. Elm, n. Cambridge i-t £ 

Glasson Henry W. cabinet maker, h. 79 Gore ^g- 

pq Glazier George M. (81 Summer, B.), h. 19 Ellsworth ave. ?Jg 

Gleason Catherine, widow, h. 14 North © 

M Gleason Harriet, school-teacher, bds. 6 Garden e* y 

J3 Gleason John H. finisher, bds. 14 North 7. © 

^1 Gleason Patrick, laborer, h. 36 Washington Qp 

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Glennon William, stone-cutter, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. cemetery O g 

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g Glidden A. M. house 100 Mt. Auburn 5- 

§ Glidden , clerk, boards 97 Austin [24 East 

O Glines John A. coffee grinder (2 Haymarket sq. B.), house Q 

J| Glinn T. currier, boards Reed H 

p Glough John K. book-binder, house 55 Columbia O 
2 Glover Henry R. (102 Hanover B.), h. Waterhouse, corner 

North avenue ^ 
&P Glover John H. barber, house 77 Elm 

Glynn Dennis, house 14 East Perry Q 

Glynn James, car-driver, boards Church t^ 

pH Glynn Mary, widow Andrew,house 9 Rice place W 

^ Goddard John T. physician, 1 Hyde's blk., 603 Main, bds. g 

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«S Godfrey John C. provisions, 36 School 

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Goetz Thomas, cabinet maker, 114 Spring 

GofT George W. tinsmith, house 2 Pioneer place 

Golden Christopher, brass-moulder, h. 9 Murdock 

Golden E. Mrs. house 9 Murdock 

Golden James F. bar-tender, Cambridge, west of Hunting,h.do. 

Golden Patrick, laborer, house 28 Washington 

Goldsmith Wm. H. printer, bds. 31 Kinnard 

Goldspring Timothy, laborer, h. Murdock place 

Goldthwait Francis, organ maker, h. 29 Market 

Gonce William, station master, Panama R. R. h. 22 Green 

Gonier Peter, laborer, house 374 Sargent 

Gooch Joshua G. lumber, Brighton, h.Mt. Auburn,c. Putnam 

Gooch Nathan G. lumber, Brighton, h.Fayerweather, c. Brattle 

Good Herman, marble worker, house 29 Brewery 

Good Jeremiah, laborer, house 102 Gore 

Good John P. wood-turner, house 18 Gay 

Good Thomas, laborer, house 102 Gore 

Good Timothy, laborer, house 27 Union 

Goodfellow Frederick, foreman, cutting-shop, Bay State Glass 

Co. house 99 Spring 
Goodfellow S. Percival, machinist, bds. 99 Spring 
Goodnow Geo. W. grocer, Norfolk, c. Harvard,h. 18 Tremont 
Goodnow Joseph, lumber dealer(294 Causeway,B.),h.Fayette, 

near Broadway [ave. 

Goodnow Luther, shoe-findings (56 High, B.), h. 30 Concord 
Goodnow Nancy, widow Luther, h. 30 Concord avenue 
Goodwin Olive L. Miss (Lord & Goodwin), dress & cloak 

maker, 547 Main, house do. 
Goodnow G. W. & Co. (Geo. W. Goodnow and W. H. Par- 

menter), grocers, Norfolk, corner Harvard 
Goodrich Charles A. butcher, h. 15 Squire's blk., Gore 
Goodrich Elijah D. president Dover Stamping Co. (88 North, 

B.), house 309 Broadway 
Goodrich George W. (Davis & Goodrich), stone-cutter, 81 

Main, house Henley, Charlestown 
Goodrich Silas, house 7 Summer 
Goodridge A. M. clerk, bds. Goodridge's, 26 Lee 
Goodridge Ambrose H. printer, house 48 Cherry 
Goodridge Charles F. grocer (75 Commercial, B.), bds. Mrs. 

Goodridge's, 26 Lee 
Goodridge Charles E. clerk, bds. 48 Cherry 
Goodridge Nancy, Mrs. widow Frederick, house 26Lee 
Goodridge William H. clerk, bds. Goodridge's, 26 Lee 
Goodrow Eli, asst. Agassiz Museum, h. 114 Oxford 
Goodwin Elizabeth S. widow Stephen, nurse, h. Seventh st.ct. 

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to Goodwin Frank, counsellor (Sears b'ldg, B.),bds.Divinity ave. . O 

5 Goodwin Hersey B. (217 State, B.), bds. 5 Philips place £. 

Goodwin James, works N. E. Glass Co. house 43 Winter £* 

<£ Goodwin John A., M. D. apothecary and postmaster, North ~ 

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Goodwin Stephen Franklin, h. Seventh st. ct. O. 

Goodwin William, store-keeper, Int. Rev. Sort well's distillery, t3* 

© Cambridge, house 180 Columbia P 

p< Goodwin William, bds. Elm, corner Cottage ^ 

2 Goodwin William W. professor, house 5 Follen P 

® Googins Eben, driver, house 36 Essex lj 

Gookin Frank, printer, h. 13 Howard O 

oq Gorden Martin, machinist, h. 15 Washington 

q Gordon Daniel, stair-builder, bds. 15 Clarke 

^ Gordon Edward, moulder, h. near G. J. R. R. 

9 Gordon James, compositor, bds. 83 Broadway [Auburn 

j^ Gordon John, printer, h. Kernan's blk. Charles River, n. Mt. 

O Gordon John W. teamster, bds. 178 Columbia 

^ Gordon Thomas M. machinist, h. Town's blk., East 
M Gordon William, mastic roofer, h. 33 Auburn 
£•} Gordon Williain, proof-reader, h. Charles River, n. Mill 

Gordon William, boot-maker, bds. 90 Spring [Mt. Auburn 
Gordon William, laborer, bds. Glennon's, rear granite works,. 
pq Gordon Wm. G. car-conductor, h. 89 Tremont 

Gore Avery W. junk-dealer (1 60 Canal, B.),h. 128 Magazine 
M Gore David (D. & H. Gore), paver and railroad contrac t 
gj h. 61 Market 

2 Gore Henry, farmer, h. 87 Cottage 

P Gore D. & H. (David Gore & Horatio Gore), pavers and rail- 
road contractors, Court, n. Broad Canal, office (room 6, 
Traveller building, State, B.) 
g Gorham Alfred, clerk, h. 56 River 
O Gorham Mary H. Miss, h. 56 River 

2 Gorham Warner A. truckman, h. 8 Avon 
^ Gorman Francis, teacher (B.), rooms 8 Chestnut 

3 Gorman John, printer, bds. Prescott's, Mt. Auburn, n.'Howard 
pL, Gorman John,^h. Bridge, opp. Bay State Glass Co. " 

Gorman John, junk-dealer, h. 134 Columbia 
g Gormas George, mariner, h. Vine, n. Fourth 
•^ Gormley Ann, widow John, h. 9th. in Willow place 
."tn Gormley James, stair-builder (Charlestown), bds. 9th in Wil- 
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Bridge. 

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Gormley Joseph, glass-blower, h. 52 Hastings 

Gormley Robert, laborer, h. rear M. L. Smith's, coal office 

Gortland John C. carpenter, h. Rideout, n. Cambridge 

Gorton I. W. h. 32 Windsor 

Gorton Samuel M. carpenter, h. 4 Summer 

Goss Abiel, com. mer. (235 State, B.), h. 67 Otis 

Gough James, laborer, h. Bolton, n. Blair place 

Gould Charles E., U. S. revenue inspector, h. 42 Austin 

Gould Frederick L. bds. F. Gould's, Dana, c. Centre 

Gould Geo. S. at (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), bds, 34 Austin 

Gould George W. (Lucien S. Learned & Co.),manuf.station- 

er, and printer, 4 Lee, house 33 do. 
Gould Gustavus F. cap-manufacturer (B.), h. 46 Austin 
Gould Hollis, engineer, B. & L. R. R. h. Cambridge, junction 

Bridge 
Gould Jay J. picture dealer (22 Bromfield B.),bds. 131 Wash. 
Gou d John A. laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Gould Justinian P2. book-binder, bds. 1 Fremont 
Gould Margaret, wid. Wm. h. Winnett's blk. Bridge 
Gould Peter, laborer, bds. Rufus Niles' Elm, n. Somerville 
Gould Reuben B. H. blacksmith, h. 128 Bridge 
Gould Robert, machinist, h. 147 Cambridge 
Gould Sarah M. wid. A. H. h. Third, n. Cambridge 
Gould William, laborer, h. North, near East 
Gould Wm. teamster, h. 52 Hastings 
, Gouldropp Frank, tallow chandler, h. Clifton, n. Harvey 
Govan David, case-maker, 160 Broadway, h. 102 Hampshire 
Govan John C. cabinet maker, h. Elm, n. Lincoln 
Gi)ve Calvin, provisions, 568 Main, h. 20 Cottage 
Gove Charles S. beer and mineral water manufacturer (30 

Canal, B.), house 28 Warland 
Gove George G. leather (50 High, B.), h. 49 Dana 
Gove Henry M. pedler, bds. Mrs. Elizabeth Bush's, Spruce 
Gove Ira L. cabinet maker, h. 49 Windsor 
Gove William B. clerk, h. 103 River 
Gowdy Albert V. engineer, h. 59 Spring 
Grady Catharine, wid. Joseph, h. 30 Gore 
Grady Frank, boards 30 Gore 
Grady Martin, horse-shoer, h. 17 School 
Grady Mary, wid. h. Pine, opposite Eaton 
Grady Thomas, clerk, h. Pine, opposite Eaton 
Graham Bernard, blacksmith, h. 22 Windsor 
Graham Patrick, mason, h. Norfolk, n. Broadway 
Graham Patrick, workman Jones' soap-factory, h. 59 Pearl 
Graham Thomas, laborer, h. 241 Mt. Auburn 
Graham Thomas A. mason, boards Norfolk, n. Broadway 

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O Graham William Rev. h. Third, opp. Court House 2 

W Graham Wm. provisions, North ave. cor. Spruce, bds. Tay- e+ 

Grander Forrest, baker, bds. 127 Prospect [lor's, Spruce §f 

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Grant Alpheus, laborer, house 12 Sydney 



Grant Catharine Mrs. house 58 Fifth P 

a^ 4 Grant Charles E. shoe-maker, h. Essex, n. Austin ^ 

Grant Daniel, harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), h. 144 Otis c* 

£h Grant Edwin T. fruit and produce (12 Fanueil Hall sq. B.), £H, 

h. 144 Thorndike © 

^i Grant George A. liquors (B.), house 23 Elm p 

2 Grant James (Grant & Mann), cabinet maker, 78 Main, h. p 
d Grant John, harness maker, h. 82 Sixth [50 .Livermore 

cj Grant Marcus M. book-binder, h. 12 Sydney Q 

j3 Grant Matthew H. teamster, n. 133 Spring W 

Grant Nathan W. mason, h. 105 Spring ..£> 

y Grant & Mann (James Grant and James F. Mann), cabinet q g 

Q makers, 123 Hampshire, junction Broadway S-M 

H Graves Charles, piano-forte, h. 113 Hampshire g 

P- 1 Graves Cyrus E. (Custom House, B.), h. Prince, n. Pleasant P ^ 
rA Graves George jr. furniture and crockery, 182 Cambridge, h. 

W Graves H. H. Carpenter, h. 10 Eliot [do. P 

y Gravlin Lewis, workman, Boston Stamping Co.'s, h. 147 Main C 

J25 Gravlin Lewis Mrs. widow, h. 4 Fourth £j 

<j Gray Asa, Fisher Professor Natural History, H. U. h. Gar- m 

P3 den, near Linnasan [123 Washington 02 

^ Gray Charles (George G. Page & Co.), box-maker, house jvj 

Gray Charles A. machinist, h. 123 Washington 

in Gray Edward F. paper hanger, h. 15 Webster ave. £* 

§ Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green ^ 

O Gray Ezek. jig-sawyer, h. rear 133 Columbia ^ 

*o3 Gray Horace J. clerk, h. 19 Webster ave. CO 

"2 Gray James, boiler maker, house 7 Suffolk P 

c3 Gray Jefferson J. picture-frames, Broadway, n. G. J. R. R. 5 

" office (7 Province ct. B.), h. 218 Broadway ^ 

bfl Gray Job S. picture-frames, h. 192 Broadway tn 

.9 Gray John C. h. Brattle, cor. Fresh Pond lane Ul 

£ Gray Peter, seaman, house 109 Harvard £ 

£j Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green P 

Gray Robert, book-binder, bds. 72 Pearl P 

o Gray William, house 59 Auburn § 

s2 Grayson Peter, steam and gas-pipe fitter, h. 52 North c/2 



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Greco Letterio C. hair-dresser, basement 607 Main, h. 21 
Greely George, moulder, rooms, 53 Windsor [Essex 

Greely Leander (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, Western 

ave. h. Pleasant, between Franklin and Green 
Greely Philip T. inspector (Custom House, B.), h. 13 Centre 
Green Abraham M. carpenter, h. 71 Allston 
Green Andrew J. assessor, h. Second, cor. Cambridge 
Green Ansil W. car-driver, h. 12 Brighton 
Green Charles, tobacco (Cambridge, B.), h. 9 Hollis 
Green Charles A. printer, h. 6 DeWolf 
Green Charles G. clerk, bds. 6 DeWolf 
Green Chauncy G. brush-maker, bds. 53 Fourth 
Green E. K. seaman, h. 14 Wright 

Green James A. carpenter, bds. Kent's Hotel, 15 School ct. 
Green James D. house Prescott, cor. Harvard 
Green James H. canvasser, h. 159 Columbia 
Green John, shoe-maker, Bridge, n. East, h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Green John S. piano-forte maker (B.), h. 71 Allston 
Green John W. carpenter, h. 6 Auburn ct. 
Green Joseph, butcher, h. Clay, n. Harvey [Walden 

Green Joseph, carriage maker, bds. Smith's, North ave. n. 
Green Mary Miss, h. Second, cor. Cambridge 
Green Mary, widow of Isachar, h. 99 Green 
Green Oscar F. stair-builder (B.), h. 66 Columbia 
Green Patrick, laborer, h. 4 Vine 
Green Patrick, teamster, h. 143 Bridge 
Green Samuel S. h. Second, cor. Cambridge 
Green Thomas, laborer, h. 74 Spruce [Main 

Green Thomas, workman, Boston Stamping Co.'s, h. 175 
Greene E. W. dry goods merchant (B.), h. 413 Broadway 
Greene Henry, laborer, house Rideout 
Greene Peter, cabinet maker, h. 69 Elm 
Greenleaf A. P. mason, house 15 Suffolk 
Greenleaf Charles H. machinist (B.), h. 14 Harrison 
Greenleaf Elizabeth H. wid. of John, h. 26 Brattle sq. 
Greenleaf Geo. W. plumber, h. 106 Pearl 
Greenleaf James Mrs. house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, h. Lopez, n. Brookline 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, h. Fifth, n. Cambridge 
Greenleaf Oliver P. mason, Main, h. 60 River 
Greenough Henry, 747 Cambridge 
Greenough Horatio Mrs. h. 42 Quincy 
Greenough James (James Greenough & Co.), flour-dealer 

(47 Commercial, B.), h. 33 Tremont [Way 

Greenough James B. tutor of Latin at H. U. h. 22 Appian 

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-g Greenough Louisa Miss, house 42 Quincy t? 

O Greenough William P. flour (47 Commercial, B.), h. 62 w 

" Trowbridge [°PP- Austin 5 s 

•* Greenwood Frederick H. carpenter, bds. Byron's, In man, *"* 

O Greenwood Moses, boots and shoes (70 Federal, B.), house j^ 

5 303 Broadway [pie, B.), h. 73 Green o 

" Greenwood James W. magnetic physician (13 Tremont Tern- ^ 

q Greenwood Lemuel A. car-driver, b. 572 Main gq 
^ Greenwood William P. hardware, stoves and house-furnishing 

g goods, 509 Main, h. 73 Green § 

© Greer Hiram, truckman (B.), h. Second, n. Otis 2 

E" 1 Gregg George, wood-turner, bds. 383 Main feaT 
w Gregory Franklin £. (Geo. C. Richardson & Co. 96 Devon - 

g shire, B.), h. 6 Maple a ve. [615 Main p ^ 

,D Gregory Frederick W. com. mer. (3 Central whf. B.), bds. P-O 

3 Gregory John P. agent Union Glass Co. h. 32 Magazine ^ £j 

J* Gregory Martha P. widow Franklin P. h. 6 Maple ave. & m. 

Gregory Sarah B. Miss, h. 21 Trowbridge CoP 

Gregory Thomas, clergyman, bds. 339 Broadway £ O 

^ Gregory Thomas B. glass-packer, h. 26 North Fifth g § 

O Gregory Wm. F. clerk, house 6 Maple ave. P -. 

W Granier A. wood-turner, bds. 41 Cedar ►§ £? 

" Grets S. currier, bds. North ave. n. Rice ^ Q 

j^j Gretter Frank, boards Leuchte's, North ave. ^ O 

W Gribbin Betsey, widow, h. Sixth, n. Vine © B 

M Gridley Eunice M. Miss, h. 25 Prospect S- m 

g Gridley James F. bds. 823 Main " © 

<j Gridley Joanna B. widow of James, h. 823 Main g*^ 

P5 Grieves Charles H. brass-moulder, bds. Grieves', 104 Spring Ȥ 

p4 Grieves James E. salesman, bds. 104 Spring O w 

Grieves Thomas, glass-cutter (191 State, B.), h. 3 Sixth P © 

w Grieves William H. glass-maker, h. 104 Spring P 
§ Griffin Anthony, carpenter, h. 71 Brookline 
O Griffin Charles, laborer, h. 14 Dinsmore court 

Griffin Dennis, laborer, h. 51 Vine Q 

Griffin Dennis C. gents' furnishing goods, 161 Bridge, h. do, J3 



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GRIFFIN GEO. H. tinplate worker, h. North ave. near ?* 

Griffin Luke, marble cutter, bds. 1 Pioneer place q 

Griffin Michael, laborer, h. Charles, n. Court f> 

Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap-manufacturer, Perry, }Jd 

n. Brookline, h. do. fej 

o Griffin Michael, stone-cutter, h. Vine, n. Fourth W 

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Griffin Michael Mrs. h. North, n. East 

Griffin Thomas, pedler, h. Warren, n. Jefferson 

Griffin & Dolan (Michael Griffin and John Dolan), soap- 

mauufs. E. Perry, n. Brookline 
Griffing Augustus, P. h. 85 Thorndike 
Griffis Elias D. tinplate worker, h. 157 Pleasant 
Griggs John E. h. 3 Franklin 
Grigg W. D. carpenter, bds. 47 Cedar 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs, dress and cloak-maker, h. 7 Franklin 
Grimer Chas. P. florist, Wieland Bros', h. do. 
Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant, h. do. 
Grinham Patrick, currier, bds. Eustis ct. near Oxford 
Grose Lewis W. salesman, h. 55 Elm 
Grose William (Grose & Hixon), produce, h. Norfolk 
Grose & Hixon (Wm. Grose and Walter J. Hixon), produce, 

133 Hampshire 
Grover Chester B. (Grover & Brother), sewing machine case- 
maker, State, h. 331 Broadway 
Grover Lucas B. (Grover & Brother), sewing machine case- 
maker, State, h. 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M. travelling agt. h. 5 Lincoln place 
Grover & Brother (Chester B. Grover and Lucas B. Grover), 

sewing machine case-manufs. State, n. Osborn's mills 
Groves George, carpenter, h. 91 Fifth 
Groves Thomas B. carpenter, bds. Curtis', Groveland 
Gumbleton Edmund, laborer, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Guerineau Louis F. A. gardener, h. Raymond, n. Liunaean 
Guild Albert, dentist, h. 44 Prospect 
Gunning Joseph, shoe-maker, h. Sixth, n. Vine 
Gunnison Daniel O. painter, 63 MooreAh 64 In man 
Gunnison Eugene C. shipping-clerk (la South Market, B.), 

h. Inman, n. Broadway 
Gurney Edward L. music teacher, h. 13 Amory [weather 
Gurney Ephraim W. professor of Latin, H. U. h. 10 Fayer- 
Gurney William, seaman, h. Lambert, n. Gore 
Gus John, laborer, bds. Water, cor. Bridge [way 

Gutheim Frederick, cigar-maker, ale, beer, &c. 161^ Broad- 
Gutonski Nikuim, cabinet maker, h. r. 198 Bridge [Fourth 
Guyer Lewis B. boot and shoe-dealer, 89 Cambridge, h. 38 
Guyon Joseph, iron-moulder, h. rear 64 Brookline 
Gwinn Geo. F. hair-dresser (Water, B.), h. 876 Main 
Gwynne Samuel, boiler maker, h. 92 Third 

HAARTY FRED, laborer, h. 58 Harvard 
Haarty Henry, laborer, h. 58 Harvard 

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Hackett Jacob, laborer, h. College whf. Dunster £ 



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PQ Hackett John, white- washer, h. 20 Hancock 

„ Hackett Patrick, safe-maker (B.), h. 164 Franklin 

g Hackett Thomas, laborer, h. 14 Somerset ^ 

& Hackett Thomas Mrs. h. Somerset, n. Pleasant g* 

PL| Hackett Walter, gardener, h. Hackett's yard *+ 

Hadley Alvah A. coffin manufacturer and undertaker, 190 E 

■-H Cambridge, h. do. Jj* 

2* Hadley Clarence V. fancy painter, bds. 36 Fourth p ( 

§ Hadley David B. wheelwright, bds. Holbrook's, North ave. *♦" 

EH Hadley Edwin, h. 359 Harvard # 

M Hadley Elijah L. Mrs. h. Western ave. cor. Dana court g. 

U Hadley Fred F. provisions, h. 35 Market P 

Jq Hadley Geo. A. printer (B.), bds. 36 Fourth F 

3 Hadley Martha J. Mrs. h. 35 Market [36 Fourth ^ 



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jS Hagan Daniel, glass-maker, h. 106 Webster ave. 

Hagan Daniel, glass-cutter, h. 126 Otis M 

M Hagan James, grocer, 152 Court, h. do. £ 

Q Hagan Patrick, laborer, h. 79 Elm g) fcrj 

P3 Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, h. 85 Clark [h. 7 Putnam g. ^j 

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" Hagerty Daniel, laborer, bds. Lane's, 55 Cedar r> 

y Hagerty Jeremiah, teamster, h. 53 Amory £rj 

^5 Hagerty John, shoe-maker, h. Montgomery 5^ 

<J Hagerty Wm. carpenter, h. Cambridge, n. Seventh W 

pn Haggens Mary E. Miss, clerk, register of deeds office w 

ft Hague Amos J. color maker, h. Harvey, c. Montgomery gp 

Hain Nicholas, carver, h. Thorndike, n. Seventh ^ 

w Haines Alvin N. farmer, bds. Almshouse, Tannery q 

§ Haines David, teamster, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Mt. Auburn gate - 

O Haines John P. asst. warden, Almshouse, Tannery rf^ 

c3 Haines John W. silver-glass manufacturer, with (Union W 

"2 Glass Co. Somerville), h. 234 Broadway § 

«* Hainson Martin, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Murdock, h. do. Pj 

" Hale Aaron, h. 341 Broadway [cor. Mt. Auburn £* 

g> Hale Abram R. G. lawyer (Old State House, B.), h. Bath, ** 

.2 Hale Edwin B. supt. public schools, bds. Hanck's, 387 Harvard J? 

Ja Hale Henry L. cabinet maker, rooms 99 Mt. Auburn g 

fi^ Hale W. F. cracker driver, h. Columbia, cor. Broadway 5 

Haley Charles, horse-dealer, h. 26 Brookline g 

O Haley Chas. B. clerk, h. 10 Windsor § 

<8 Haley Chas. E. (7 Franklin, B.), h. 14 Ellery Ul 

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% | Haley Daniel, laborer, h. 183 Dublin Oi 5J 
g - Haley Daniel, at water-works h. 92 Webster ave. 3 OT 

* a Haley David Mrs, h. 21 Sparks y 
| = Haley Dennis, laborer, h. 77 Pleasant pS q 
S 1 Haley Edmond, laborer, h. 83 Spruce £. O 
£ g Haley Edwin, clerk, bds. 10 Windsor P H 
£ t Haley Henry, furniture express (56 Brattle,B.), h. 40 Clark ^ W 
^ o Haley Henry, teamster, h. Jefferson, n. Hideout [vard g" **- 

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75 = Haley James, butcher, bds. Mansion House, Gore e+ hg 

Haley James, laborer, h, 8 Vine " ferj 

Haley James, carpenter, h. 41 Spruce Q 

S? "S Haley Jason Mrs. h. 150 Thorndike C 

| | Haley Jeremiah, laborer, h. 77 Spruce |H 

Haley Jeremiah, laborer, h. Bay, cor. Franklin 1-3 

Haley Jesse, h, 10 Windsor J^ 

Haley Jesse W. engineer, h. 98 Pearl 

Haley John, teamster, h. Bay, near Franklin 

Haley John, baker, h. 71 Brookline 

Haley John, laborer, h, Jefferson, near Warren 

Haley John, potter, h. 41 Spruce 

Haley John H. tinplate and sheet-iron worker, 525 Main, bds 
5 Columbia 

Haley Mary Mrs. h. 92 Fifth 

Haley Mary A. Miss, dress- maker, h, 898 Main 

Haley Michael, laborer, h. 131 Court 

Haley Michael, glass-blower, h, 92 Fifth 
aa Haley Michael, carpenter, h. Hampshire, near Elm 
g Haley Michael J. book-binder, h. 23$ Franklin 
y Haley Patrick, laborer, h. 45 Amory 

Haley Patrick, teamster, h. 131 Court U 

kJ qp Haley Richard, carpenter, h. 23 Vine 

rjj bfl Haley Thomas, laborer, h. 149 Franklin q lj 

O S Haley Timothy, bds. 77 Pleasant P W 

p ^ Haliburton Geo. M. shoe and leather reporter, h, 91 Elm p 

M 'd Haliburton Thomas A. clerk, bds. 91 Elm & <A 

§ Hall B. Y. key-maker, h. 18 Howard g 4* 

r* O Hall Chas. P. cabinet maker, Clark's, Cedar, h. at Arlington oq H 
pjj ^ Hall Edmund J. agent (125 and 127 Water, B.), h. Gerry, ,§ £H 
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M fe Hall Ed w. bookstore (Bromfield, B.),h. Ellery,n. Main 2. V 

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£ Hall Frederick C. clerk (B.), bds. Gardner, cor. Murdock 
g Hall Geo. E. clerk, h. 12 Chestnut 
PQ Hall Henry S. stair-builder, h. 15 Hilliard 
m Hall Jackson E. varnisher, bds. 32 Ellery 
g Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 31 and 33 Elm, bda 
e3 Gardner cor. Murdock 

p-i Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker baker, 31 
and 33 Elm, h. Gardner, cor. Murdock 

Hall James M. W. clerk, h. 58 Shepard 

Hall James T. carpenter, h. 17 School ct. 

Hall John, brass-founder (B.), h. 1 State 



H Hall John S. brass-founder (B.), h. 1 State [Wayland 

w Hall Joseph, stoves, furnaces, tinware &c. 637 Main, h, at 

g Hall Lewis ( W. S. Blanchard & Co.), lumber dealer, East, 
^q h. Cambridge, near Hovey's nursery 

Q Hall Lydia Mrs. h. Lincoln court 

c<3 Hall Matthew, dealer in barrels, h. 329 Cambridge 

j5 Hall Orrin, grocer, 9 Harvard sq. h. 6 Follen 

Hall R. C. engineer, h. 23 Essex [Prospect House 

y Hall Robert S. confectionery and icecream, 559 Main, boards 

O Hall Stephen A. officer, House of Correction, bds. jailer's 

W Hall Thomas H. core-maker, house 44 Washington 

"■ Hall Walter, laborer, h. Franklin, near Hancock 

Hall Wilder F. machinist, bds. 390 Main 

Hallegon Cornelius, carpet layer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 

M Hallegon Mrs. h. Lambert, near Cambridge 

S Hallenbach John, iron-moulder, house 113 Columbia 

<1 Hallett H. A. bedding (17 Dock sq. B.), house 50 Prospect 

PS Hallett Nelson A. furniture (17 Dock sq. B.), house Web- 
" ster, near Magazine 

Hallett Wm. A. master mariner, house 22 Clinton 

w Hallinan Patrick, laborer, house 172 Dublin 

§ Halloran Edward, laborer, house 94 Kinnard 

^O Halloran James, butcher, h. Cambridge, cor. Webster ave. 

c| Halloran Timothy Mrs, house 249 Franklin 

Halse Wm. J. clerk, bds. 1 Seaver place 

ij Ham Charles A. student, boards 86 Cambridge 

" Ham Ellen B. widow Abner, h. 86 Cambridge 

bD Ham John, carpenter, house Green, cor. Western ave. 

,2 Ham Nathaniel, carpenter and floor-layer, h. 6 Cottage ct. 

S Hamblin Timothy Mrs. house 17 Myrtle place 

p^ Hambro Maurice, tailor, h. 61 Pearl 

Hamburg Benedict, laborer, house Harvey, near Clinton 

o Hamill Samuel S. organ builder, 103 Gore, house 96 Thorndike 

«S Hamilton Alexander, carpenter, bds. 30 Dunster 



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2 Hamilton Benj. laborer, house 13 Hastings w [^ 

fl Hamilton Charles, brick-layer, house Lambert, near Gore y Q 

* Hamilton Charles J. apothecary clerk, bds. 88 Mt. Auburn © M 

I Hamilton James, porter, house 56 Hastings ^ 55 



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«e • Hamilton Robert, clerk, house 57 Third 

| -J Hamilton Samuel Mrs. house rear 12 Winter g, go 

"3 § Hamilton Wra. carpenter, house Clay, near Cedar 

* S Hamilton Wm. J. C. steward, house 64 Cherry M Q 

• * Hamlen Willis C. clerk, house 12 Rockwell p O 
& | Hamlin George B. printer (117 Hanover, B.), h. 98 Otis of 

§ S Hamlin Nathaniel, glass-blower, house 15 Seventh 

Hammatt Henry, boards Mrs. Hammatt's, Worcester 
Hammatt Isabella, widow, house 1 Worcester 
Hammond Arthur, blacksmith, house near G. J. R. R. 
Hammond Betsey B. widow Nathl. O. house 166 Cambridge 
Hammond James, glass-cutter, house 107 Spring 
Hammond John W. lawyer, 555 Main, house 332 Broadway 
Hammond Joseph, laborer, house 106 Harvard 
Hammond Joseph W. woolens (Devonshire, cor. Franklin, 

B.), house Forest, corner Frost 
Hammuts Joseph, glass-maker, h. 64 Vine 
Hampson David, steampipe fitter, house 222 Green 
Hampton Edward P. (Hampton Bros.), hair-dresser, 34£ 
Cambridge, house 1 9 Fifth ■ 
§ Hampton James W. (Hampton Bros.), hair-dresser, 34J 
*3 Cambridge, house 19 Fifth [dressers, 34J Cambridge 

S Hampton Bros. (James W. and Edward P. Hampton), hair- 
f „ Hancock Belcher, harness maker, 570 Main, h. 75 Franklin 
gj 8) Hancock Charles E. (Hancock & Greely), carpenter, West- 
*d ern avenue, house 48 Pleasant 

fl Hancock Edwin F. harness maker, boards 75 Franklin 
£n § Hancock John, harness maker, boards 75 Franklin 

§ Hancock Rebecca P. widow Richard, house 108 Spring 
gj O Hancock Solomon (35 Broad, B.), house 7 Pearl 
[3 — Hancock & Greely (Chas. E. Hancock and Leander Greely), 
carpenters, Western ave. 
Hanks Steadman W. clergyman, secretary (Seaman's Friend 
g Society, 13 Cornhill, B.), house 387 Harvard 

Hanley Edward, travelling agent, house 88 Franklin 
of Hanley Mary, widow John, house 2 Linnehan's blk. Third 
P3 Hanlon James, laborer, house Washington court 
jjjj Hanlon John, teamster, house 104 Third 
Hanlon Morgan, laborer, house 53 North 

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pq Hannon Patrick, laborer, house 52 Court 

Hannum Alexander C. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 27 Williams go 

§ Hannum Esther F. Miss, school-teacher, h. 27 Williams J* 

^ Hannum H. Flora Miss, school-teacher, house 27 Williams 2 

pL| Hannum Leander M. grocer, 517 Main, house 27 Williams S- 

Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, house 85 Pearl ££ 



Hanscom Edwin C. machinist (B.), house 156 Harvard P 
3* Hanscom Geo. W. moulder, rooms Cambridge, cor. Fifth 

§ Hanscom Henry C. carpenter, boards 85 Pearl §}. 

E-l Hanscom, John, box-maker, h. 90 Washington y 

w Hansis John, moulding-mill, house 119 Otis CD 

g Hanson Augustus P. carpenter, house 507 Main [Prospect £? 

& Hanson David, at Boston stamping Co.'s, bds. Hampshire, c. & 
Q Hanson George, driver, h. 95 Vine 

o3 Hanson Henry (30 Commercial wharf, B.), h. Spring, n. Third Q 

q Hanson Mary A. widow of Joseph L. boys' clothing maker, M 

house 59 Auburn [lington 2 

M Hapgood Luke B. boots and shoes (Federal, B.), h. 20 Ar- ttS 

q Hapgood Mary M. widow Asa, house 37 Mt. Auburn O lL 

P3 Hapgood Richard, car-conductor, bds. 429 Main S- 

Ph Hardcastle Robert, teamster, boards 3 Oak p ^ 

Hardcastle William, teamster, house 159 Columbia " " 

W Harding Charles L. com. mer. (43 Franklin, B.), house Cam- O 

k^ bridge, corner Maple avenue r* 

h* Harding Edgar, house Cambridge, corner Maple avenue g 

^j Harding Edward K. saloon (2 Williams court, B.), house 267 3 

p* Harding Eliza, wid. Isaac, h. 343 Broadway [Broadway ^ 
p^ Harding Hamlin R. house 51 Windsor 

Harding Isaac N. produce (26 Faneuil Hall square, B.), h. "^ 



§ Harding Jesse, silver-smith (12 Court square, B.), h. Pearl, P 

O Harding Richard B. expressman, house 63 Sixth 



c3 Harding Edwin, h. Broadway, n. Columbia JjJ 

"§ Harding Walter H. periodicals, 559 Main, bds. 51 Windsor p 

e3 Harding Webb (12 Court square, B.), h. 52 Columbia p 

" Harding William P. attorney at Uw (5 Tremont, B.), h. 23 & 

ho Hardy Charles S. chemist, h. 114 Auburn [Prospect £* 

.9 Hardy Francis D. Peruvian syrup, 12 Haymarket sq. h 51 *" 

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jij Hardy Francis D. jr. (Henry Thayer & Co.), Broadway, h. 5 

Hardy Harrison H. restaurant 108J Cambridge, h. do. B 

o Hardy John J. teacher of Latin and Greek (Chauncy Hall, § 

cS B.), boards 53 Essex t* 

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Harford William, laborer, h. 58 Amory 

Harkins John, rope-maker, house 194 Dublin 

Harland John, laborer, house 28 Harvard 

Harlehy William, laborer, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson 

Harlow A. B. clerk, h. rear Hancock, near Harvard 

Harlow Bradford, carpenter, bds. 25 Mills 

Harlow Charles, trunk cleat-maker, Broadway, junc. Hamp* 

shire, house 25 Clinton 
Harlow Edwin, clerk, house 31 Kinnard 
Harlow George L. salesman, house 57 Pleasant 
Harlow J. Hayden, grocer, 29 River, h. 8 Jay 
Harlow John J. carpenter, boards 44 Pine 
Harman Albert A. varnish polisher (B.), h. 521 Cambridge J 
Harney Michael, laborer, house Tuttle, near Wyeth 
Harper James, stone-cutter, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Harrigan Daniel, laborer, house Palmer, near Church 
Harrigan Jeremiah, laborer, h. rear 114 Broadway 
Harrigan Timothy, laborer, house 16 Antrim 
Harriman Alonzo S. car-conductor, house 2 Shepard's block, 

Charles River [near Second 

Harriman Jonathan, engineer, B. & L. R. R. bds. Cambridge, 
Harrington Adeline Miss, house 52 Fifth 
Harrington A. O. (B.), house 4 Broadway 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer, house 5 Pioneer place 
Harrington Cornelius, stone-cutter, house 67 Vine 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house Harvard, n. G. J. R. R. 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Harrington Daniel, works Zoological Museum, h, 64 South 
Harrington Dennis, currier, bds. Eustis court, n. Oxford 
Harrington Edward J. machinist, h. 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs. house 60 Brattle 
Harrington, George, printer, h. Chestnut, n. Magazine 
Harrington George B. box-manufacturer (Green, cor. Pitts, 

B.), house 3 Shepard 
Harrington Henry, tinplate worker, h. 1 Magazine court 
Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, junction Bridge, Third and 

Winter, house 5 Linnehan's block, Third 
Harrington John, house Mt. Auburn [Sydney, c. Walnut 
Harrington John, marble and granite worker, 134 Main, h. 
Harrington Mary, widow John, h. Sydney, cor. Walnut 
Harrington Mary, wid. of Patrick, h. Hancock, cor. Green 
Harrington Mary E. house Fifth, n. Winter 
Harrington Patrick, blacksmith, house 29 Harvard 
Harrington Patrick, teamster, h. 66 Second 

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2 Harrington Patrick, saloon, Bridge, opp. Cambridge, house tj 1 



Harrington Philip, clerk, h. Bridge [Lechmere blk. 



Harrington Sylvester, clerk, House of Correction, bds. Chas. 



PQ Harrington Robert, laborer, h. East, n. L. R. R. O' 



§ J. Adams"', Third^ c. Thorndike H 

ri Harrington Timothy, laborer, h. Dunster, n. College wharf 9 

ll Harrington Timothy, laborer, h. 240 Harvard P 

Harris Anne H. Mrs. h. Brighton, opp. Winthrop sq. °^ 

-h Harris Catharine H. wid. of T. William, h. 8 Holyoke place g 

~" Harris Edward D. architect (41 Tremont, B.), h. 68 Sparks © 

Harris George, oysters, house 156 Harvard P 



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Harris George C. clerk, h. 11 Webster- place p <| 

?h Harris James, machinist, bds. 100 Spring P J* 
J^ Harris James W. secretary of H. U. h. Winthrop, n. Dunster ^P 

d Harris Jeremiah, carpenter, house 5 Oak j^~ 

c3 Harris John D. C. shipping-clerk, bds. 4 Blackstone *" g* 

^ Harris John H. Mrs. h. Bristol, near Webster ave. CQ p 

Harris J. Greenwood, clerk, house 50 Williams B 9 

y Harris J. Watson, clerk (B.), house 50 Williams] 5 4 

O Harris Lucinda Mrs. house 13 Cherry g q 

H Harris Philip W. salesman (B.), h. Austin, rear Church 4 £ 

^ Harris Richard, machinist, boards 104 Main 02 S- 

rjj Harris Samuel, plasterer, house 28 Hampshire & 2 

Harris Samuel Mrs. h. 6 Hixon's block, Harrison O P 
M Harris Stephen S. (Fulton, Long & Co.), furniture dealer and S- O 

J25 upholsterer, 30 Brighton, h. Shepard 7© 

^1 Harris Thomas, laborer, house 21 Hastings jpp 

W Harris William, laborer, house r. Mt. Auburn, n. Willard O 2» 

■** Harrison John, laborer, h. Warren, near Cambridge P Q 
Harrison William R. glass-cutter, bds. Parry's, 7 Fifth g. 

w Hart Ellen, widow, house Hackett's yard © 

g Hart James R. printer, house 3 Jay §. 

O Hart John P. fruit-dealer, house 112 Spring 

*3 Hart Joseph, prir.ter, bds. Macauley's, Fremont Q 

"g Hart Margaret Mrs. house 566 Main feej 

rt Hart Sarah L. Mrs. house 63 Cherry O 

" Hart Walter, printer, house 3 Jay ' * 

bfl Hart Winnifred, widow Patrick, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Willard ^ 

.9 Hartford Bella F. Mrs. dress-maker, bds. 118 Prospect 
+2 Hartford John, laborer, house Tuttle, near Donnell P 

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Hartney Mortimer, currier, bouse 222 Franklin 
Hartshorn Joseph, upholsterer, house 129^0tis 
Hartshorn Patrick, slaughter-house, house 212 Bridge 
Hartwell Chas. H. (Hartwell & Pond), provision dealer, 126 

Cambridge, house 57 Third 
Hartwell John A. clerk, bds. Third, opp. Court House 
Hartwell & Pond (Charles H. Hartwell and Hannibal S 

Pond), provision dealers, 126 Cambridge 
Harty F. laborer, house 99 Main 
Harvard Boat House, river side, foot Flagg 
Harvey Alice Miss, teacher of music, house 40 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey A. Lydia, widow, house 40 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Daniel B. tinplate worker, house 19 Park 
Harvey John, mason, house 242 Franklin 
Harvey Samuel, tinsmith, bds. Lilac ct. near Portland 
Harvey Samuel C. druggist (26 Tremont, B.), h. 49 Cottage 
Haskell Rachel J. widow Dudley, house Cottage, n. Pearl 
Haskins David G. clergyman, house 839 Main 
Haskins David G. jr. bds. 839 Main 
Haskins John, hostler, house 147 Windsor 
Hassett Michael, laborer, house rear Short, near North 
Hastings Andrew G. brush-maker, house 5 Vine 
Hastings Andrew J. clerk, house 59 Market [avenue 

Hastings Andrew K. clerk, bds. Theodore Kern's, Coggswell 
Hastings A. Winthrop, com. mer. (27 Commercial, B.), h. 

Otis, cor. Fourth 
Hastings Barney, brass-foundry, h. rear Eighth, cor. Spring 
Hastings B. Frank, supt. Cambridge laundry, h. 96 Green 
Hastings Catherine Mrs. house 96 Green 
Hastings Chas. F. glass-cutter, h. Thorndike, near Third 
Hastings George, restaurant, house 7 Harrison pi. 
Hastings Geo. H. printer, house 34 Mt. Auburn 
Hastings Geo. T. carpenter, house 60 Brighton 
Hastings Henry B. bds. Otis, cor. Fourth 
Hastings John M. machinist, house 31 Sixth 
Hastings Joseph W. glass-cutter, h. rear 113 Thorndike 
Hastings Lewis W. civil engineer, bds. 2 Webster pi. 
Hastings Michael, soap-maker, house 61 Harvard 
Hastings Oliver, house 101 Brattle 
Hastings Thomas Mrs. house Otis, cor. Fourth 
Hastings Thomas B. clerk (B.), house 44 Williams 
Hastings Watson B. (Hastings, Kinsley & Co.), 97 Cam- 
bridge and (5 State, B.), h. 40 Second 
Hastings Wm. Mrs. house 6 Garden 
Hastings Wm. T. bds. Otis, cor. Fourth 

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Joseph W. Kinsley and P. E. Eddy), insurance agents, 
97 Cambridge, and (Kinsley, Eddv & Hastings, 5 State, 
B.) 
Hatch Andrew J. clerk, house 121 Prospet [n. Shepard 
Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), expressman, h. Wallace, 
Hatch Emerson D. machinist, bds. 66 Columbia 
Hatch Geo. C. clerk (B.), h. 14 Clark 
Hatch Geo. E. clerk, house 476 Cambridge 
Hatch Geo. M. coast-pilot, house Essex, near Austin 
Hatch Henry, furnishing-goods (B.), h. 63 Oxford 
Hatch Isaiah, mason, h. 129 Spring 
Hatch Sewall, glass-maker, h. 20 Fourth, 
Hatch Stephen D. painter, h. 23 Short 
Hatch Thomas D. book-keeper, house 6 Warland 
Hatch Win. C. stove-mounter, bds. 7 Franklin 
Hatfield Abram M. carpenter, bds. 3 Putnam pi. 
Hatfield Job, carpenter, bds. 3 Putnam pi. 
Hatfield Samuel, carpenter, Brighton, near Bridge, house 

Linmean, near Avon 
Hathaway Caroline T. bds. North ave. cor. Walden 
Hathaway Clias. F. baker, h. 58 Hampshire 
Hathaway Delma, baker, bds. 58 Elm 
Hathaway Eliza P. bds. North ave. cor. Walden 
Hathaway E. M. pattern maker, bds. Kent's Hotel 
Hathaway Maria, widow Galen, h. 56 Erie 
Hatten Henry, coal and wood, 301 Main, house 13 Windsor 
Hattenburg Philip, wood-turner, house 84 Fifth 
Hauck Conrad, cabinet maker, house 135 Cambridge 
Haugh James, tailor, h. 2 Linnehans' blk. Third 
Haughey Michael E. grocer, Fourth, cor, Vine, h. do. 
Haven Chas. printer, h. 44 School 
Haven Harry, cabinet maker, h. 23 Cherry 
Haven Henry P. Mrs. h. 23 Brook's blk. 
Haverill John, stone-cutter, h. Winter, near Third 
Hawes Forest G. provision dealer, 619 Main, bds. 46 Prospect 
Hawes Frank T. with G. D. Chamberlain, bds. Chamber- 
Hawkes Cairah, widow Levi, h. 85 Auburn [Iain's, River 
Hawkes Ellen E. Miss, music teacher, h. 85 Auburn 
Hawkes Henry A. laborer, b. Front street ct. 
Hawkes James, switchman, B. & M. R. R. h. East, n. L. R. R. 
Hawkes John stone-cutter, h. 1 East [bds. 85 Auburn 

Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co), plumber, 599^- Main, 
HAWKES LEVI & CO. (Levi Hawkes and John Crawford;, 
plumbers, 599^ Main 

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Hawkes Maria M. widow Chas W. h. 125 Norfolk 

Hawkes P. D. widow, bds. H. A. Hawkes', Front st. ct. 

Hawkes Wm. H. book-keeper, bds. 85 Auburn 

Hawkins Chas. F. Mrs. h. 42 Second 

Hawkins Christopher C. lard-maker, h. 42 Second 

Hawkins Jewitt P. teamster, b. Norfolk, near Cambridge 

Hawkins Wm. teamster, h. 145 Gore 

Hawthorn Henry, glass-cutter, h. 10 Winter 

Hayden David D. house-joiner, h. 81 Oxford 

Hayden Edward M. cabinet maker, b. 220 Broadway 

Hayden Frederick A. h. 10 Concord avenue 

Hayden Geo. lather, bds. Smith's, North ave. cor. Beech 

Hayden Henry, galvanizer (B.), h. 46 Washington 

Hayden Henry S. carpenter, h. Putnam, opp. sclioolbouse 

Hayden James T. machinist, bds. 34 Ausiin 

Hayden Wm. marble cutter, bds. Haines' s Mt. Auburn 

Hayden Wm. moulder, rooms 69 Clark 

Hayden Wm. N. clerk, bds. 220 Broadway 

Hayer Mary, widow Jonathan, h. Norfolk, cor. Austin 

Hayes Alvin, boots, shoes and trunks, Wood's wooden block, 

577 Main, h. 8 Perry 
Hayes Clarence H. ins. clerk, bds. last bouse Kirkland place 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, h. 22 Webster ave. 
Hayes Daniel, switch-tender, h. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, h. 12 Everett pi. 

Hayes Ella K. music teacher, bds. last house Kirkland pi. 
Hayes Henry, express, Harvard sq. and (32 Court sq. B.),h. 
24 Shepard [Kirkland pi. 

Hayes Henry Y. insurance broker (14 Exchange, B.), h. 
Hayes Jerry, teamster, h. rear 42 Washington 
Hayes John B. trunk-maker, h. 391 Cambridge 
Hayes John L. secretary (National Wool Association, 11 

Pemberton sq. B.), h. Elmwood ave. cor. Mt. Auburn 
Hayes John N. grease-collector, h. Brookline, n. Valentine 
Hayes John S. tinplate worker, bds. Macauley's, Fremont 
Hayes Luther S. carpenter, Mill, foot Holyoke, house 85 

Concord avenue 
Hayes Michael, tailor (B.), h. Lechmere pi. 
Hayes Peter, laborer, h. 86 Third 
Hayes Wm. A. counsellor (15 Pemberton sq. B.), house 

Elmwood ave. cor. Mt. Auburn 
Hayman Madison B. teamster, h. 7 Hamilton 
Haynes Henry A. book-keeper, h. 17 Webster 
Haynes James, laborer, h. 38 Washington 
Haynes Mary Miss, h. 50 Cottage 

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O Hay ward Albert F. confectioner (96 and 98 Sudbury, B.), h. 



Hay ward Chas. B. (Dupee, Fa m ham & Hay ward), com. 



£ mer. (29 Commercial, B.), h. 18 Tremont 

g Hayward Geo. A. job-wagon, h. 42 Watson o 

»3 Hayward Moses, h. 42 Tremont S 

" Hayward Samuel, moulder, h. 1 Seaver pi. Oq 

©' Hayward Samuel (Hayward & Kimball), manuf. of parlor .. 

*p« furniture. Smart's building, Main, bds. (74 Essex, B.) K 

g Hayward Walter, baker, h. 34 Amory [blk. Charles River « p 

o Hayward Walter F. provisions, Brattle sq. h. 6 Shepherd's j^odT 

k" 1 Hayward Win. P. h. Elm, cor. Beech ^ 

oq Hayward & Kimball (Samuel Hayward and Luther E. Kim- ^ ^ 

£j ball), manufs. of parlor furniture, Smart's bldg. Main £L§ 

#Q Hazard Samuel L. agent, h. Third, opp. Court House ^J* 

3 Hazel Benj. G. carpenter, h. 70 Brimmer blk. Harvard cn^ 

j3 Hazel Wm. teamster, h, Murdock, near Hampshire CQ^ 

Q Hazel wood Ann, widow Francis, h. 70 School £ O 

^ Hazelwood Geo, F. piano-fortejaction maker, h. 70 School P ^ 

M Hazletine Geo. clerk, bds. 76 Green p ^ 

O Hazletine Margaret W. Mrs. h. Green, near Pearl £§ £? 

W Hazen DanierM. travelling agent, F. A. Kennedy's, house go 

W 38 Tremont So 

m Hazlett Geo. stone-mason, h. Howard, near Chapman pi. q p 

Hazlett Joseph Mrs. h. Murdock place §.y 

M Hazlett Joseph, teamster, h. Murdock place * © 

£3 Hazlett Robert, teamster, bds. Murdock place W^ 

*3 Hazlett Thomas, stone-mason, h. 13 Rice place oo *i 

W Hazlett Wm. H. laborer, h. 5 Sparks O 3 

" Healey James H. blacksmith, Court, next to Boston Stamp- P § 

ing Co. house 7 Green >- t£ 

oa Healey John, works F. Kennedy's, h. 71 Brookline 

g Healy Michael, teamster, h. 62 Amory ^ 

^O Heard Elisha, laborer, bds. 104 Kinnard 2j 

c3 Hearn John H. cabinet maker, h. Gore, near Third q 

Hearsey Wm. E. harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), house 

g Hearty M. laborer, h. 118 Harvard Columbia ^ 

Heath Charles, painter, bds. 127 Prospect 

&D Heath Charles A. painter, bds. 127 Prospect O 

.3 Heath Dana, carpenter, h. 38 Orchard |> 

S Heaton Wm. A. printer, bds. Wilson's, Charles River & 

jx< Hebard Albert K. melodeon tuner, h. 147 Harvard ^ 

+» Hebbard Albert, Boston car wheel Co. 21 Hampshire, h. g 

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Hebbard Albert H. h. 427 Broadway [Ellery 

Hebbard Charles C. book-keeper (B.), bds. Broadway, cor. 

Hector Thomas Xavier, printer, h. 8 Fremont 

Heffern Ed, laborer, bds. Fitzgerald's, 189 Spruce 

Hetfernan David, painter, h. 156 Cambridge 

Heffernan Jas. Mrs. h. 118 Webster ave. 

Heffernan .lames F. painter, h. 120 Webster ave. 

Heffernan Wm. C. boot-maker, h. Willow pi. n. Cambridge 

Hegan James J. book-binder, h. 8 Winter 

Heileman Wm.boot and shoe-manufacturer (B.), h. 98 River 

Heilge Harry, furrier (B.), h. 38 Pleasant 

Heilge John, teamster, bds. 38 Pleasant 

Helguyth F. currier, Dublin 

Helleran Daniel, laborer, h. Green 

Heller Frederick, glass-painter and gilder, h. Eighth, n. Spring 

Hellman John, musical instrument maker (71 Sudbury, B.), 

h. Thorndike, near Eighth 
Hellmich Wm. glass-cutter, h. 70 Gore 
Hemenway B. & S. E. Misses, h. 72 Auburn 
Henderson Bros. (John J. Henderson and Robert Henderson 

jr.), carriage makers, North ave opp. Walden 
Henderson Charles W. teamster, h. 118 Pearl 
Henderson Edwin P. blacksmith, bds. North ave. n. Chester 
Henderson Elizabeth, widow Thomas, li. Green, n. Haneveh 
Henderson George R. carriage painter, bds. Robert Hender- 
son's, North avenue 
Henderson Geo. W. mason, h. 47 Baldwin 
Henderson James, moulder, h. 28 Hastings 
HENDRSON JAMES A. carriage maker, North avenue, 

corner Day, house do. 
Henderson James H. currier, h. Clay, near Harvey 
Henderson John H. carpenter, bds. 53 Fourth [Court 

Henderson John H. carpenter, h. Boyle's blk. Charles, near 
Henderson John H. carpenter, h. 25 Hastings 
Henderson John J. (Henderson Bros.), carriage maker, 

North ave. opp. Walden, h. Chester 
Henderson Robert, carriage manuf. h. North ave. n. Chester 
Henderson Robert jr. (Henderson Bros.), carriage maker, 

North ave. opp. Walden, h. Russell, n. North ave. 
Henderson Wm. laborer, h. rear 108 Harvard 
Henderson Wm. junk-dealer, h. 123 Pearl 
Henderson Wm. T. lather, h. 34 Harvard 
Hendley Otis, Mrs. h. 88 Fourth 

Henley F. O. blacksmith, Soden, n. laundry, h. 33 Kinnaid 
Henness Theophilus A. M. German teacher, h. 7 Avon 

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O Hennessey James, laborer, house 131 Dublin £ 

" Hennessy James at (Araer. tube works, Somerville), house p£ 

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g Hennessey John, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 

g^ Hennessey John C. saloon, 97 Cambridge, h. do. 

" Hennessey , h. McCabe, near Cambridge «rt 

£ Hennesy Esther, widow Michael, h. Jones' alley, near West p. 

Pi Henry George, boiler maker, h. 131 Lincoln 

3 Henry James, cabinet maker, bds. Easter's, 50 Cedar 

|P Henry James, laborer, house Allston 

Henry James, musician, h. 76 Harvard £rj 

g Henry John A. carpenter, h. Cambridge, near Windsor g. 

o Henshaw Henry W. clerk, h. 21 Brookline P < 

*5 Henshaw John A. chemist (B.), h. 23 Craigie H 
g. Henshaw William, book-agent, house 21 Brookline 

^ Herbert Henry, laborer, h. Montgomery, near Spruce 2 

O Heron Joseph Dr. optician, h. 387 Main S 

Herrick Israel, h. 71 Washington kj 

M Herrick Win. A. attorney-at-law (33 School, B.), h. 7 Norton u-CT- 

^ Herring Francis A. car-driver, h. 4 Shepard's blk. Charles o t3 

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m Hertock John, pocket-book maker, h. Seventh, n. Otis • ^ 

Herzig Felix, cooper, h. 1 Portland k^ 

M Herzog John, currier, h. North ave. near Rice M 

(25 Hess Hiram, steam pipe, h. 25 Union ^ 

<J Hess John, saloon (56 B:attle, B.), h. 39 Union fed 

Ph Hewes Emily A. Mrs. h. 11 Porter W 

" Hewett Asa W. travelling agent, h. Norfolk, n. Broadway gp 

Hewitt Frederick H. pattern maker, h. 510 Cambridge ^ 

^ Hewitt Timothy, moulder, h. Deacon [cor. South q 

O Hewlett A. Molineaux, prof, gymnastics, H. U. h. Dunster, Z 

i-h Hews A. J. at Boston Stamping Co. h. Broadway, n. Norfolk £* 

jS Hews Albert II. (A. H. Hews & Co.), earthen-ware, D wight, w 

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pH Hews Augustus II. bds. 291 Broadway pj 



Hews Catherine, widow John, h. 291 Broadway ^ 

Hewson John, shoe-maker, h. Cambridge, near Willow place w 

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g Hey wood Sarah H. widow Samuel P. h. 149 Austin *■* 

6 h Hey wood William, tallow chandler, bds. Gouldropp's, Harvey 02 

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•o ^ Hibbard Ezra F. clerk, bds. Oliver Welch's, Spring Cn fi 

S 5 Hickey John J. driver, baker's wagon, h. Green, n. Hancock 

•g •« Hickey Michael, stone-cutter, h. Third, near Gore g g 

| s Hickey Patrick H. stereotype!*, 109 Pleasant P q 

g g Hicks John, painter, h. 101 Pleasant P h-3 

| S Hicks John G. wheelwright, bds. 25 Parks GO 

* * Hicks Leander, agent (Wheeler & Wilson's, B.),h. 105 Gore ?? ^ 
" - Hicks Tliomas, miller, h. 33 Union © 



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= = Higgins Edward, book-keeper, bds. 112 Cambridge ^ 

Higgins James, tailor, 112 Cambridge, h. do. ^ 

Higgins James "W. clerk, 112 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Higgins John, tinsmith, 8 Brattle, h. Norfolk 
Higgins John, switch-tender, h. 124 Brookline 
Higgins John, h. Brookline 

Higgins Patrick, laborer, h. Perry, near Brookline 
Higgins Patrick, hackman, h. 423 Cambridge 
Higgins Sumner C. (Higgins & Whitney), stoves &c. 625, 

627 and 629 Main, h. 34 Hamilton 
Higgins Thomas, switch-tender, bds. 124 Brookline 
Higgins Thomas F. hackman, h. 423 Cambridge ■ 
Higgins William, painter, h. Loughrey ct. 
. Higgins William, carpenter, bds. 26 Holyoke 
Jo Higgins William, safe-maker, h. E. Perry, near Brookline 
«j HIGGINS & WHITNEY (Sumner C. Higgins & Joseph 
S A. P. Whitney), stoves, furnaces &c. 625, 627 and 629 Q 

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** © Hilary John, stone-cutter, h. 134 Norfolk w 

2 'd Hildreth Abel A. policeman, h. Hampshire, cor. Clark p 5 

g *g Hildreth Abijah Kdwin (J. H. Osgood & Co. 57 Milk, B.), g • 
K £ and president, Cambridge Gas Co. h. 62 North avenue a* * 

w | Hildreth Chas.rW. clerk, h. 99 Mt. Auburn 5 3 

GO q Hildreth John L. physician, 37 Brattle sq. h. do. & £j 

W Hilger Charles, cook, h. Ninth, near Cambridge © m 

H £j Hill Charles H. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 11 State *g k 

fj g Hill Daniel G. confectioner, 554 Main, h. Suffolk H W 

h* Hill David J. pressman, University Press, h. 3 Willard ' £J 

W ^ Hill Edwin A. agent, 58 Cambridge, h. 255 North ave. M 

W CO Hill Edwin L. printer, bds. 255 North avenue. ** 

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§ Hill Holmes, porter, li. 96 Webster ave. * 

PQ Hill James, hostler, h. rear Banks, near Flagg C? 

„ Hill James, laborer, h. 3 Willard pi. ^ 

g Hill Jas. C. b. 62 River KJ 

c$ Hill John,, laborer, h. 141 Windsor § 

fl, Hill John D. laborer, h. 19 Foster g 

Hill Nathan R. h. Otis pi. near Mt. Auburn W 

7* Hill Richard, porter (B.), h. rear 88 Harvard g 

d Hill Thomas, artist, North ave. cor. Everett, h. do. q 

§ Hill Ward J. watchman, Wood's organ factory, h. 62 River P, 

H Hill William, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, near Willard g w 

M Hill William A. planer, 426 Main, h. 9 Willow ^ 

& Hill William G. (35 High, B.), h. 104 Otis g © 

,Q Hill Wm. W. Mrs. h. Crossland p,{J 

Q Millard D. W. carpenter, bds. Elm, cor. Russell ^ 

J Hillard S. P. W. carpenter, bds. Willis's, Elm, cor. Russell wg' 

q Hillary John, soap-maker, h. Portland r/2 

■ Hiilery Thomas, laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. 26 Sparks £ d 

(*j Ililliard Samuel D. shoe-maker, h. 85 Washington B *"* 

O Hillman John J. silver plater (24 Sudbury, B.), h. Thorn- g q 

W dike, cor. Sixth § £ 

" Hillock Thomas J. carpenter, h. 427 Cambridge 8- 

pj Hills Henry A. furniture (53 Fulton, B.), h. 98 Pearl SSg 

Hills Henry S. furniture (53 Fulton, B.j, h. 78 Thorndike 2 ^ 

M Hilton Elihu, planer, bds. Mrs. Delano's, Howard, near g.y 

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2 Hilton Henry P. hair-dresser, bds. 58 Washington bd^ 

g Hilton James M. stoves, furnaces &c. 446 Harvard, h. Oxford § ££ 

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Hilton Thomas B. hair-dresser (Brookline), bds. 58 Wash. P o 

§ Himeon Abram, carpenter, bds. 65 Columbia jj*. 

p Himeon Geo. E. paper hanger, h. rear 99 Green 



2 Himeon Miner W. carpenter, h. 65 Columbia 

£ Hinckley Isaac, pres. Baltimore R. R. h. Sumner, n. Kirkland £j 

d Hinckley Wm. H. clergyman, h. 28 Prospect O 

£ Hincks Edward W. Brevet Brig. Gen. U. S. A. h. 159 Brattle 

"" Hinds Charles H. electrician, bds. 2 Oak ^ 

&P Hinds Edward, cabinet maker, h. 157 Windsor 

.S Hines Richard B. agent, h. 22 Sixth O 

+* Hingley Robert, carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire r* 

1*1 Hinman Joseph, travelling agent, h. 50 Magazine S 

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1 .- Hiscock Simon L. policeman, bds. 8 Gilpin 
■ 5 Hittinger Michael (Rawson & Hittinger). engine manufac- 
Z m turer, 72 Main, li. at (Winter Hill, Somerville) 

£ § Hixon Charles F. clerk, bds. 116 Harvard 
£ -2 Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and up- 
holstery goods (172 Washington, B.), h. 70 Franklin 
Hixon George, upholsterer, h. 116 Harvard 



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« | Hixon Henry A. carver, h. 27 Jay 



Plixon James Mrs. h. 13 Sparks st. pi. 
* Hixon Martin, upholsterer, h. 71 Hastings ^ 

° S Hixon Robert T. bds. 13 Sparks st. pi. f° 

Hixon Walter J. (Grose & Hixon), provisions, 133 Hamp- 
shire, boards 116 Harvard 

Hixon Wm. J. upholsterer, h. 116 Harvard 

Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, Frederick Reed and 
Edward Hixon jr.), furniture and upholstery goods, (172 
Washington, B.), factory, Harvard 

Hoag Jonathan, clerk, Main, bds. 173 Main 

Hobart Moses, baker, 47 Elm 

Hobart Seth, baker, bds. 10 Chestnut ct. 

Hobbs Augustus L. cabinet maker, h. Acorn, n. Walnut 

Hobbs Eliza, widow of Curtis, h. 115 Spring 

Hobbs Francis A. book-binder, house 14 Bath [bridge 

Hobbs Henry Curtis, glass-cutter, h. North Fifth, near Cam- 

Hobbs Jeremiah R. pattern maker, bds. 7 Park 

Hobbs Jeremiah S. carpenter, h. 7 Park 

Hobbs John E. carver (Beach, B.), house 94 Gore 

Hobbs William, clock-repairer, h. 38 Market 

Hocking John, agent (Northern Transportation Co. 7 State, 
B.), house 18 Forest 

Hodgdon John K. distillery, Cambridge, cor. Distillhouse pi. 
h. Cambridge, over Cambridge National Bank 

Hodge Bridget, widow, h. 165 Franklin 

Hodges Arthur (Barbour & Hodges), civil engineer, and sur- 
veyor, 563 Main, bds. Jay 

Hodges Gilbert, at 563 Main, bds. Jay 

Hodges James C. laborer, house r. 50 Pine 

Hodges John, boards 59 Otis 

Hodges Richard M. clergyman, h. 1. Waterhouso 

Hodges Thomas H. laborer, house 34 Hastings 

Hodgkins Rufus M. clerk, house 13 Suffolk 
W Hodgkins Samuel, carpenter, house 3 Fifth 
> Hodgkins Wm. E. tailor (18 School, B.), h. 12 Remington 

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•» Hodson Clarence L. cooper, bds. 16 Squire's blk. Gore ce 

o Hodson Wentvvorth Y. cooper, bds. 16 Squire's blk. Gore -^ 

S 71, Hofer Frederick, tool maker, First, n. Cambridge, house rear h- 

Cambridge, near First <-► 

© Hoffman John, cabinet maker, house 169 Spring E 

*P4 Hoffman Reinhold F. cabinet maker, h. Lechmere block £ 

Q Hogan Edward, cooper, h. Warren, near Cambridge 
O Hogan Edward, machinist, h. North, n. East 
E" 1 Hogan Hannah, widow John, house North, n. East 
go Hogan James, laborer, house 51 Amory 
© Hogan John B. cabinet maker, h. Brookline, n. Hamilton 

»2 Hogan John C. printer, house Franklin, near Bay 
fl Hogan John J. house Brookline, n. Hamilton 

j| Hogan Thomas, engineer, L. R. R. repair-shop, h. 75 Third 

O Hoit Ezekiel, glass-cutter, h. Fifth, n. Otis 
m Hoit Joseph, glass-cutter, h. 128 Thorndike 

£4 Holbrook James V. at Beal & Hooper's, h. East, n. R. R. 

O Holbrook J. L. at Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. Broadway block 

3 Holbrook John W. carriage trimmer, North Cambridge, h. 

" 212 North avenue 

•vj Holbrook Nathan, clerk (B.), house 52 Franklin 
Holden Amos P. musician, house 100 Allston 

y Holder Daniel B. (B.), house 119 Prospect 

J2 Holden Patrick, salesman, house 49 Amory 

<} Holden Susan B. widow Tilly, house 8 Green 

Ph Holden Wm. blacksmith, h. 152 Green 

fci Holehan Thomas, laborer, h. Harvard, n. Main 
Holiday Henry ,porter (B.), house 72 Elm 

j2 Holl Peter, laborer, bds. Water, cor. Bridge 

O Holland Arthur, student, H. U. bds. Holland's, Everett 

5 Holland Chas. H. clerk, house 109 Inman 

jj Holland Frederick W. Rev. b. 15 Everett 

d Holland Henry H. mason, bds. 3 Baldwin place, Baldwin 

g Holland Henry W. attorney (19 Court, B.) r bds. F. W. Hoi- 
land's, Everett, near North avenue 

fcf Holland Michael J. baker, house 1 2 Hancock 

>g Holland Wm. night-watchman, bds. Franklin, n. Bay 

.+» Holland Wm. H. bds. 35 Austin 

fo Hollingsworth Thomas, glass-maker, h. 115 Cambridge 
Hollis Chas. Mrs. house 103 Columbia 



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Holly Patrick, liquors (South, cor. Kneeland, B.), house 69 

Concord avenue [Salem, B.), house 3 State 

Hoi man C. A. manuf. and dealer in office furniture (21 

Holman John, feathers and bedding (60 Union and 47 Friend, 

B.), h. North ave. corner Roseland 
Holmbergh John, cabinet maker, house 45 Winter 
Holmes Allen B. clerk (B.) bds. 93 Auburn 
Holmes Ann P. Miss, house 55 Magazine 
Holmes Caroline E. widow, h. Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Holmes C. C. Mrs. boarding-house, 38 School 
Holmes Charles W. clerk, bds. 55 Magazine 
Holmes Everett, boards 210 Harvard 
Holmes Fannie M. widow, house 7 Holyoke place 
Holmes Francis M. flour-dealer (40 and 42 Commercial, B.), 

house 83 Green 
Holmes Freeland S. salesman, h. 11 Douglass 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal, house 75 

Allston [Vinal's, 325 Harvard 

Holmes James A. shoe-dealer (25 Federal, B.), boards A. 
Holmes John, attorney house 5 Appian Way 
Holmes John, last-maker, h. rear 65 Spring 
Holmes Jos. A. (Jos. A. Holmes & Co.), grocer, 606 Main, 

house oo Magazine 
Holmes Jos. II. Jos. A. Holmes & Co. grocer, 606 Main, h. 
Holmes Martha A. Mrs. h. 93 Auburn [81 Green 

Holmes Nathaniel, Prof. H. U. h. 7 Holyoke place 
Holmes Patrick, laborer, house 46 Foster 
Holmes Peter, grease-collector, house 92 Webster ave. 
Holmes Wm. S. moulder, house 7 Green 
Holmes Jos. A. & Co. (Jos. A. Holmes and Jos. II. Holmes), 

grocers, 606, 608 and 610 Main 
Holt Alden, piper, house 16 Watson 

Holt Amos T. foreman, S. A. Holt% house East, n. Bridge 
Holt Alfred F. physician, 461 Main, boards 98 Austin 
Holt Jacob A. driver, Hose 1, h. Wright, c. Harrison pi. 
Holt James, laborer, bds. 31 East 
Holt James L. Mrs. house South, cor. Dunster 
Holt Joseph G. lawyer, 583 Main, h. 302 Harvard 
Holt Leander, shoulder braces (40 Hanover, B.), house Spruce, 

near Mollis 
Holt Lewis A. travelling salesman, house 25 Elm 
Holt Samuel H. blacksmith (409 Federal, B.), h. 8 Chestnut 
Holt Stephen A. (S. A. Holt & Co.), hardwood lumber, 17 

East, office (17 Bowker, B.), house at Winchester 
Holt Wm. B. painter, house 6 South 

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q hardwood lumber dealers, 17 East, olfice at Boston £ 

PQ Holton Frank L. boards 14 Prospect P 

„ Homer Charles W. house 26 Garden *L 

§ Homer Henry A. house 26 Garden q 

d Homer Moore R. provisions, house 214 Harvard £* 

£ Homer Oliver D. (Homer & Wyeth), leather dealer (06 gl 

High, B.), house 23 Ellsworth ave. g* 

tS Hood M. C. (J\I. C. Hood & Co.), fancy-goods, 442 Harvard, §q 

a hou^e at Chelsea p 

Hood Milton B. (M. C. Hood & Co.), fancy goods, 442 Har- «* 

E-l vard, house at Boston [goods, 442 Harvard £j 

w Hood M. C.& Co. (Martin C. and Milton B. Hood), fancy- g. 

£j Hooey David ( McDonald & Hooeys'), saloon, 177 Bridge, g, 

,q Hooker Anne, wid. of Anson, h. 67 Otis [h. Boston f 

Q Hooker Anson P. physician, Otis, n. Third, h. do. 

d Hooker Chas. K. pipe-fitter (B.), h. 8. Lincoln place W 

g Hooker Charles R. car-driver, bds. *School court g 

Hooker Henry, steam-fitter, house 57 Auburn w 

J Hooker Hiram Mrs. house School court bJQ 

q Hooker Hiram W. driver, steam fire-engine, bds. School ct, § fed 

P3 Hooper George K. (Beal & Hooper), furniture manufacturer, g"^ 

^ Cambridge, near First, house Boston p <J 

• Hooper James, house North ave. corner Hollis * _ 

" Hooper Moses W. policeman, house 53 Fifth i£ 

y Hooper Warren L. (1 South Market, B.), h. 291 North ave. IJ 

}5 Hope Eugene, stereotyper, h. 26 East Perry j^ 

<J Hopkins Catherine Mrs. house 119 Elm fed 

p4 Hopkins Curtis, shell fish, house 83 Auburn CQ 

fe Hopkins James, laborer, house r. Norfolk, n. Broadway gp 

Hopkins James, boiler maker, house 75 Third 

oa Hopkins John G. glass-maker, house 38 Fifth 

§ Hopkins Josiah, painter, house 28 Charles River 

O Hopkins Mary E. Miss, house 5 Phillips place ^ 

*3 Hopkins Michael J. laborer, house 6 Hastings CO 

"2 Hopkins S. W. Dr. house Wendell, near Oxford P 

cJ Hopkins Thomas, glass-blower, house 165 Spring ^ 

Hopkins William G. glass-worker, bds. Water, near Bridge 

bo Hopkinson John P. (80 Charles, B.), h. Craigie, near Brattle 

.9 Hopkinson Thomas, Mrs, house 5 Phillips place 

J2 Hoppin Nicholas, clergyman, house 13 Follen JJ 

pq Horan Charles, laborer, house 65 Spruce g 

Horan Jeremiah, laborer, house Clay, near Spruce g 

O Horan Patrick, laborer, house Montgomery, near Spruce © 

«m Horgan Daniel, carpenter, house Lambert, n. Cambridge *"* 

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Horgan John, laborer, house 55 Amory 

HORGAN JOHN J. marble manufacturer, West Boston 

Bridge, L. P. house Pioneer 
Horn Israel F. ice-dealer, house Spring, near Fourth 

Horn Plummet* S. teamster, house 57 Broadway 

Horrigan Michael, tailor, house 420 Cambridge 

Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house 50 Amory 

Horsford Eben N. house 27 Craigie 

Horslin Thomas, ruler, boards 22 Inman 

Horton Louisa H. widow, bds. Richardson's, Walnut avenue 

Hosley D. tinsmith (B.), house 59 Franklin 

Hosley F. P. milkman, house 95 Vine 

Hotel Flanders (A. O. & C. E. Flanders), 41 Cedar 

Hough W. I. life insurance agent (20 State, B.), house 223 
Harvard 

Houghton Albert G. (H. 0. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 
Press, and New York Publishing House of llurd & 
Houghton, house at (Brooklyn, N. Y.) 

Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), Riverside 
Press, house 800 Main 

Houghton Henry M. (H. M. Houghton & Co.), grocer, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Hampshire 

Houghton Thomas P. building mover, house 32 Windsor 

Houghton Samuel A. (H. M. Houghton & Co ), grocer, Cam- 
bridge, c. Hampshire, house at Somerville 

Houghton H. M. & Co. (Henry ML Houghton, and R. W. 
Shattuck), grocers, Cambridge, corner Hampshire 

HOUGHTON H. O. & Co.(Henry O. Houghton, Melancthon 
M. Hurd, and Albert G. Houghton), Riverside Press, at 
Riverside, foot of River 

Houlahan Thomas, laborer, house 30 Harvard 

Houseley Sarah E. widow George, house 44 Erie 

Hovey Caroline, Miss, house 9 Brookline 

Hovey Charles H. boards Charles M. Hovey's, Broadway, 
corner Maple avenue 

Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co.), nursery, Cambridge, near 
. Maple ave. and (53 No. Market, B.), house Broadway, 
corner Maple avenue 

Hovey Dana R. clerk, 532 Main, boards do 

Hovey Elbridge S. house 8 Day 

Hovey Eliza B. Miss, house 9 Brookline 

Hovey Harriet S. widow Ebenezer, house 25 State 

HOVEY HORATIO N. grocer, Gore, c. third, h. 93 Otis 



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Hovey Horatio N. jr. dry goods, and paper hangings, 103 

Cambridge, house 94 Otis 
Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, house do. [Brookline 

Hovey John C. horticulturist (53 North Market, B.), house 9 
Hovey Mary H. widow William B. house 40 Williams 
Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co.), horticulturist (53 North 

Market, B.), house 9 Brookline 
Hovey Walter, salesman, house 110 Inman 
Hovey William H. (Faneiul Hall mkt. B.), h. 67 Pleasant 
HOVEY & CO. (Charles M. Hovey, and Phineas B. Hovey), 

nursery, Cambridge, near Maple avenue, and (53 North, 

Market, B.) 
Howard Charles F. book-keeper, house 147 Otis 
Howard E. B. drain pipe, boards 470 Cambridge 
Howard Gabriel, laborer, house Garden, near Chauncy 
Howard George C. author, house 828 Main 
Howard Geo. H. book-keeper, house 66 Spring 
Howard George W. cracker pedler, house 110 Main 
Howard Helen M. wid. Edw. A. house 119 Pearl 
Howard James, glass-cutter, house Lincoln court 
Howard James, baker, house 8 Vine 

Howard Julius D. printer, house 7 Crane [near Madison 
Howard Peter J. jr. hair-dresser, 10 Brighton, h. Concord ave. 
Howard Peter M. hair-dresser, house 28 Tremont 
Howard Thomas, moulder, boards 5 Dickinson 
Howard Thomas M. clerk, boards 26 Spring 
Howard William A. clerk, (B.), house 64 Brookline 
Howarth J. Thomas, painter, house 202 Hampshire 
Howe Daniel K. (Daniel K. Howe& Co.), carriage trimmer, 

448 Main, hou<e 34 Sydney [kers, 448 Main 

Howe Daniel K. & Co. carriage trimmers, and harness ma- 
Howe David(Teel, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, opp. 

Windsor, house 35 Front [way 

Howe Elias, music dealer (103 Court, B.), house 285 Broad. 
Howe Estes, treasurer, Cambridge Gas Light Co. r Lyceum 

Building, Harvard sq. and treas. U. R. R. Co. h. 1 Oxford 
Howe Frank M. draughtsman (B.), house 7 Norris 
Howe George L. salesman (B.), boards 4 Wright 
Howe Josiah D. painter, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, h. 3 Foster 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
Howe Mary L. widow, house 4 Wright 
Howe Octavius, superintendent of docks (73 Commercial, B.), 

house 17 Mt. Auburn 
Howe Otis (Tyler, Howe & Co.), spring bed manufacturer, 

Osborn's mills, h. 26 Inman 

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Howe Samuel, bds. Estes Howe's, 1 Oxford 

Howe Thos. J. boots and shoes (4 Pearl, B. h. Wendell, n. 

Oxford 
Howe Thos. J. G. spring bed maker, bds. 392 Main 
Howe Tracy, clerk, bds. U. T. Howe's, Garden 
Howe Tyler (Tyler Howe & Co.), spring bed manufactur- 
er, Osborn's mills, h. 392 Main 
Howe Tyler & Co. (Tyler Howe & Otis Howe),spring bed 

manufacturers, Osborn's mills, h. 392 Main 
Howe U. Tracy (92 State, B.j, h. 55 Garden 
Howe Wm. conservatory, Oxford, cor. Crescent, h. do. 
Howe Wm. Rev. h. 746 Main 
Howe Wm. E. varnish maker, h. 4 Wright 
Howe Wm. H. clerk (B.), bds. 285 Broadway 
•Howells W. D. editor (Atlantic Monthly, B.), h. 3 Berke- 
ley 
Howes Benj. L. bds. Solomon Howes', 334 Broadway 
Howes Enoch H. clerk (B.) bds. 129 Inman 
Howes Solomon, sea-captain, h. 334 Broadway 
Howland Chas. M. clerk (B.),h. Inman, n. Hampshire 
Howland Chas. 11. bds. 152 Prospect 
Howland F. P. Mrs. h. 152 Prospect 
Howland J. F. book-keeper (B.), bds. 152 Prospect 
Howland Thos. T. mason, h. 91 Norfolk 
Howland Wm. H. (Howland, Dougherty & Co.), lumber 

dealer, Prison Point bridge, h. at Wobuin 
Howland, Doughty & Co. (Wm. H. Howland, James 
Doughty and Chas. E. Redfern), lumber dealers, 
Prison Point bridge, order-box (22 State, B.) 
Howlett Chas. M. cigar maker, h. 28 Sydney 
Howlett Enoch J. cigar maker, h. 117 Washington 
Howlett Geo. C. commission merchant (25 Central wharf, 

B.), h. 56 Columbia 
Howlett Wm. cigar maker, 543 Main, h. 115 Washington 
Howlett Wm. gas-fitter, 644 Main, h. Pioneer, cor. Broad- 
way 
Hoyt Aivan, carpenter, h. 86 School 
Hoyt Arthur W, civil engineer, bds. 36 Trowbridge 
HOYT BENJ. J. locksmith and bell-hanger, 625 Main 
Hoyt Benj. S. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), rough and ham- 
mered granite, Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, h. 134 Otis 
Hoyt B. F. provision wagon, h. Sixth, n. Vine 
Hoyt Geo. F. Mrs. h. 44 Broadway 

Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal-dealer, wharf, foot 
Charles River, h. 19 Mt. Auburn 

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2 Hubbard Chas. D. supt. Bay State Color Co. Montgomery, g; 

g house 320 North avenue Jj 

pq Hubbard Gardiner Greene, counsellor (39 State, B.), h. ^ 

Brattle, n. Sparks O 
o Hubbard Geo. B. conductor, h. 8 Rockwell 

§ Hubbard John H. apothecary, Harvard blk. 468 Harvard, 9 

g bds. 42 iut. Auburn g 

Hubbard Melville TV. clerk (Boston P. O.), h 9 Rockwell tJ 

& Hubbard TVm. M. provisions, Cambridge, cor. Second, h. ^ 

2* North Second, n. Gore ^ 

g Huber Theodore, h. 104 Cambridge n. Mt. Auburn g 

E-l Huckins Thos. S. carpenter, Brighton, n. Eliot, h. Howard, £>1~ 

Hudson Frank TV. goldleaf manufacturer (16 Harvard pi. w 

U B.), h. Cottage Farm Station p ^ 

j§ Hudson Geo. moulder, h. Cottage blk. Spring 5g 

d Hudson Henry, clerk (B.),h. Spring, n. Third *i 

oS Hudson John F inkstand manuf. h. 104 Thorndike jjj}^, 

g Hudson Samuel A. tailor, (5 Temple B.), h. 7 Clinton ^p' 

Hudson Sophia H. wid. of Lucius T. dress-maker, bds. J. £ o 

M S. Alexanders, 10 Brookline g £ 

O Hudson Thos. S. patent ribbon hand-stamp and inkstand g * 

pq [manuf. 64 Fifth, h. 75 Otis § O 

f^t Huff Alphonso. mason, bds. 3 Baldwin pi. Baldwin ** S 

£J Huggy David P. clergyman, h. 42 Holyoke Cog* 

Hughes Geo. H. painter, h. 1 Eaton J-S g 

y Hughes John, laborer, h. Spruce, n. brickyard CD 

£5 Hughes Patrick, grocer, North ave. opp. tannery ^O 

<J Huguley H. TV., U. S. inspector and gauger, Sortwell's fc0Ȥ 

Pn distillery, h. 154 Prospect O p 

J*< Hulbert Geo. upholsterer, b. 44 Hamilton e*3» 

Hulsman Chas. E. carpenter, bds. 26 Holyoke [folk § B 

w Humphrey Benj. F. book-binder (114 State, B.), h. 25 Suf- * § 

g Humphrey David (214 State, B.), h. 811 Main S 
O Humphrey David jr. (214 State, B.), bds. 811 Main 

*ci Humphrey J. B. stair-builder, bds. 165 Spring Q 

"3 Humphrey John, laboier, h. Lambert, n. Gore W 

£ Humphrey O. H. clerk (P. O., B.), h. 41 Union P 

Humphrey Seth T. carpenter (B.), h. 181 Main ^ 

bfi Humphrey Sophia Mrs. h. 104 Mt. Auburn ^ 

.9 HUNNEWELL CHARLES H. real-estate, Harvard sq. ^ 

£ h. 134 Mt. Auburn [Auburn hj 

ji] Hunnewell E. M. book-binder, bds. Hunnewell's, 134 Mt. £j 

Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, Church, h. 17 Hilliard Ej 

o Hunnewell Geo. laborer, h. 34 Foster [h. 6 Ash street ct. W 

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Hunnewell James W. confectionery and periodicals, Hen- 
derson's blk. North ave. bds. J. A. Hunnewell's, 6 
Ash street court 
Hunnewell Ruth, wid. Chas. h. 79 Brattle 
Hunnewell Wm. clerk, h. Second, n. Cambridge 
Hunnewell Wm. A. book-keeper, h. 102 Thorndike 
Hunt Chas. at slaughter house, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.) ^ook-seller and 

stationer, 575 Main, h. 10 Front 
Hunt Samuel F. undertaker and janitor, High school, h. 

10 Front 
Hunter James, glass-cut er, h. Winter, n. Fifth 
Hunter John A. mat-maker, h. 69 Brookline 
Hunter Robert, slater, h. 2 Crane 
Hunter Thomas, iron-moulder, 73 Hastings 
Hunter Wm. h. 95 Austin 

Hunting Chas. B. collector (B.), h. 5 Ellsworth ave. 
Hunting Geo. B. nurseryman, h. 17 State 
Hunting Henry E. livery stable, Norfolk, between Harvard 

and Broadway, h. 25 Kirn 
Hunting Herman, trader, h. 245 Broadway 
Huntington Chas. F. bds. Joseph's, Third, n. Cambridge 
Huntington James, watch-repairer, 9 Harvard row, h. 55 
North ave. [River 

Huntoon Hazen P. physician (163 Cambridge, B.), h. 69 
Huntress Albion, conductor, h. North ave. cor. Dover 
HTJRD AMOS D. wheelwright, Palmer, h. rear Palmer 

Hurd Edward A. bds. A. D. Hurd's, Palmer 

Hurd Geo. H. clerk, h. 28 Howard [Main 

Hurd James H. cracker pedler, h. Lechmere blk. 397 

Hurd Mary Mrs. h. 3 Crane,s blk. 

Hurlbut Wm. R. commission merchant (B.), 29J State, h 
425 Broadway 

Hurley Chas. clerk (B.), h. 98 Fifth 

Hurley Chas. victualler, 122 Broadway, h. do. 

Hurley D. A. marble carver, bds. 98 Fifth 

Hurley James, laborer, h. 63 Gore 

Hurley Jeremiah, currier, h, Clay, n. Spruce 

Hurley Jeremiah, waiter, h. Charles, n. Court 

Hurley John, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 

Hurley John, wines and liquors, Cambridge, cor. First h. 
do. 

Hurley Margaret, wid. Florence, h. Lechmere place 

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O Hurley Patrick, laborer, h. rear 186 Bridge 

W Hurley Thos. carpenter, h. Muller's ct. O 

•» Hurley Timothy, laborer, h. 194 Dublin 

o Hurley Timothy, teamster, h. Porter, n. Medford ^ 

£ Hurley Wm. plasterer, h. Porter, n. "Warren § 

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§ Husel Mary Ann Mrs. h. 94 Harvard P 

H Hussey Chas. W. book-keeper, bds. 119 Green m 

m Hussey John, wood- turner bds. 389 Main ^ 

?h Huston John J. eating-house (B.), rooms 4 "Windsor ^ © 

^ Hutchins E. Winchester, cabinet maker, h. 71 Third K 

Q Hutchins Francis, stair-builder, h. 34 Windsor p 

d Hutchins Joseph, diary manuf. h.37 Erie pbp' 

£j Hutchins Louis G. clerk (B.), h. 12 Ash street ct. £> 

w Hutchins P. P. hair-dresser, North ave. n. R. R. bridge, h. ^d 

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M Hutchins Samuel, pressman, Riverside, h. 12 Ash street ct. Ej Q 

^ Hutchins S. G. clerk, h. Ash street ct. P h 

nj Hutchins Wm. grocer, Milk, cor. Cottage, h. do. P 

. Hutchinson Edward, brush-maker Maplewood, bds. 32 2* h 

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l» Hutchinson Eliza, wid. John, h. 20 Mason *+ y 

g Hutchinson Hiram N. clerk, h. 45 Cambridge © © 

^ Hutchinson James, laborer, h. 20 Harvard S- p 

2 Hutchinson James, shipper and receiver, h. 32 Broadway T_,3. 
fq Hutchinson James jr. painter, h. 20 Harvard [Mason ?g 

Hutchinson James B. at Lawrence Scientific school, h. 20 go o 

. Hutchinson James T. bds. 20 Harvard O §. 

§ Hutchinson John J. joiner, h. 10 Wheatland block P * 

O Hutchinson Nathan, foreman, D. Osborn's,h. Sydney, near q 

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-m Hutchison Robert R. book-binder, h. 6 Howard O 

§ Hutchison Thos. carpenter, h. Gore, n. Fifth 

pui Hyams S. S. travelling agent, h. 55 Cherry ^ 

Hyde Chas. P. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), dry goods, crock- • 

- ery, china and glassware, 4 Hyde's block, Main, bds. Q 

3 681 Main > 
jS Hyde Dana W. (DanaW. Hyde& Co.), dry goods, crock- «d 
" ery, china and glassware, 4 Hyde's block,Main, h. 304 ^ 
-g Harvard [681 Main. W 
q Hyde Edward, treasurer, Cambridgeport Savings Bank, h. * 

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Hyde Geo. W. clerk (B.), h. 34 Mellen 

Hyde Honora Mrs. h. 83 Brattle 

Hyde Isaac, h. 34 Mellen 

Hyde Jonathan H. clerk, h. 12 Holyoke 

Hyde Wm. painter, 83 Brattle 

Hyde Wm. G. clerk (B.), bds. 681 Main 

Hyde Dana W.& Co.(Dana W. Hyde andChas. P. Hyde), 

dealers in dry goods, crockery, china and glassware, 4 

Hyde's blk. Main 
Hynes Thos. cabinetmaker, h. 130 Harvard 

IGRO JOHN, laborer, house North avenue, near Tannery 

Ilsley Charles P. house 11 Sumner 

Ingalls Chas. E. millinery, boards 124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W. policeman, bds. Elm, corner Russell, Som- 

erville line [n. Union 

Ingalls Edward B. upholsterer, 251 Broadway, h. Hampshire, 
Ingalls Henry B. family groceries, and produce, Broadway, 

near Windsor, house 33 Essex 
Ingalls John D. pump-maker, and plumber, 187 Harvard, 

h. 107 Norfolk 
Ingalls John R. pump and block-maker, Harvard, opp. Pine, 

house 33 Essex 
Ingalls Josiah H. music teacher, house 131 Pearl 
Ingallsbee Granville M. rooms 16 Garden 
Ingham Edward, cabinet maker, h. Cambridge, n. Second 
Ireland Angie L. Miss (Misses Pratt & Ireland), dress-maker, 

rooms 8 Harvard square 
Ireland Edward C. book-binder, h. 12 Myrtle place 
Ireland Elwin A. (Ireland & Smith), grocer, 464 Main, bds. 

Main, corner Columbia 
Ireland Millie, Mrs. dress-maker, 429 Main, house do. 
Ireson Mary, widow, house 16 Mt. Auburn 
Irving William, stone-cutter, house 26 Vine 
Isaac John, teamster, boards 121 Harvard 
Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple place, B.), h. 22 Howard 
Isaacs Henry, cigar maker, house 53 Brookline 
IVERS FRANCIS, carri age maker, North avenue, near 

Porter's Hotel, house Mt. Vernon, near depot [place 
Ivers Warren, carriage maker, F. L. Chapman's, house 7 Otis 

JACKSON ABBY C. house 5 Ellsworth avenue 

Jackson Charles, laborer, house 72 Harvard 

Jackson Elijah, hostler, house 115 Columbia 

Jackson Frederick, hair-dresser, Cambridge, corner Norfolk 

sortment of Builders' Hardware, suitable for houses of the highest 
cost, as well as for cheaper houses. A good supply of Joiners 



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pq Jackson Isaac, clerk (B.), boards 22 Centre m» 

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Jackson Lucy M. widow, house Beacon 
g Jackson Patrick T. house 17 Follen 

o3 Jackson S. pastor of North Avenue Methodist chapel, house - £5* 

g 16Bowdoin . [20 Front § 

Jackson Samuel H. corncake manuf. 6 Western ave. boards P 
,2 Jackson Warren, at Boston Stamping Co. bds. 8 Allston pi. 

2* Jackson Wm. iron-moulder, house 33 Washington g 

P Jackson William A. house 21 Tremont © 

gn Jacobs Bela F. attorney, Cambridgeport National Bank bldg. ^ P 

583 Main, house 83 Auburn CO w 

2 Jacobs Charles, book-binder, house 75 Pearl p ^j 

JD Jacobs Daniel D. boards Watson, corner Pearl P Jg* 

rt Jacobs Frank C. machinist, house 51 Washington P 

§ Jacobs Hannah C. widow Daniel D. house 28 Watson jfe 

pp Jacobs Harriet, Mrs. boarding-house, 10 Trowbridge p 

^ Jacobs Justin A. attorney and city clerk, City Hall, house £ q 

I? Pleasant, corner Franklin g p 

B? Jacobs Michael, clerk (B.), house Brookline, near Erie g *"* 

m Jacobs Samuel, cigar maker, house rear 58 Harvard © O 

pL| Jacoby Herman, clerk, boards 12 Brookline *"* § 

Jacquinot Adrian, French teacher, boards 4 Wright CO g* 

H James Charles, clerk (B.), house 92 Harvard H g 

M James Charles, laborer, house 61 Cherry o 

M James Edward B. (George B. James & Co.), lumber, Cam- «f* & 

2 bridge, near Bridge, house South Boston y>3 

2 James George B. (Geo. B. James & Co.), lumber, Cambridge, g £S 

£. near Bridge, house at South Boston g- g- 

James Henry, house 29 Quincy p P 

James Henry jr. boards 20 Quincy * g 

p James Joseph, clerk, house 20 Front F* 
O James Joseph K. brass-finisher, boards 34 Clark 

»-h James Samuel, grocer, 543 Main, house Norfolk Q 

-m James Thomas P. house 94 Brattle H 

§ James William, boards 20 Quincy O 

Ph James Geo. B. & Co. (Geo. B. James), lumber, Bridge, junc- ^ 

£0 tion Cambridge office (14 State, B.), ^ 
p Jameson Edwin A. L. millinery (170 Washington,B.j, house 

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Janes John, organ maker, 426 Main, house 73 River 



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Janes Thomas, currier, boards Leuchte's, North avenue g 

"g Jaques M. J. Miss, house 25 Church jsj 

jg Jaquith Edwin, car conductor, house 8 Walnut ct. Cfi 

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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, Ac. JOHN 
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Bridge. 

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Jarman Mary Miss, house 43 Market 

Jarvies Amos B. book-binder, house 11 Prospect 

Jaseph Charles B. glass-maker, house Third, near Cambridge 

Jayes Daniel, laborer, house Clifton, near Spruce 

Jefferds James F. coal-weigher, h. 1 Willard street court 

Jefferds William R. letter carrier (Boston Post Office), house 

41 Orchard 
Jeffrey George, conductor, rooms 69^ Mt. Auburn 
Jegerstomn J. William Frederick, machinist, Porter, corner 

Medford 
Jelly Emeline A. wid. James, house rear 186 Cambridge 
Jenkins Charles L. lightning-rods, boards 22 Windsor 
Jenkins Samuel (Noyes & Jenkins), lightning-rods (49 Green 
B.), house 15 Clinton [Tremont 

Jenks Hollis W. boots and shoes (100 Court, B.), house 45 
Jenness G. lather, house 19 Pine [Hampshire 

Jenness Jas. D. tin cans (Charlestown st. B.), house 127 
Jenness John L. Mrs. house rear 382 Cambridge 
Jenness Lewis P. pedler, house 12 Pine 
Jenness William H. lather, house 6 Lincoln 
Jennings Caroline, widow Levi, house 64 Prospect 
Jennings Henry L. D. boards Harvard, corner Prospect 
Jennings James, laborer, house Harvey 

Jennings James, stone-cutter, h. Cuddy's blk. 159 Columbia 
Jennings John, stone-cutter, boards 15 Hilliard 
Jennings Joseph Mrs. house 494 Main 
^ENNINGS JOSEPH H. Dr. veterinary surgeon, Jennings' 

ct. h. 13 Green 
Jennings Thomas W. mason, house 50 Brookline 
Jennison James, tutor elocution, H. U. house 20 Craicie 
Jessop Joseph H. confectioner (10 Tremont, B.)h. 235 Harvard 
Jewell Anne, widow Hosea, house Webster place 
Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, school-teacher, h. 6 Webster place 
Jewell Geo. works Dresser & Co's, boards 18 Perry 
Jewell O. H. carpenter, house 37 Willard 
Jewett Alverton S. messenger, house 129 Pearl [Sixth 

JEWETT ARTHUR N. painter, 99 Cambridge, boards 26 
Johanson J. cabinet maker (B.), house Norfolk, n. Broadway 
Johnson A. H. painter, boards Pike's, Putnam, c. Washington 
Johnson Alonzo F. clerk (Post Office, B.), h. 143 Cambridge 
Johnson Carver Mrs. house 130 Washington 
Johnson Charles, brass-finisher, house 6 Lincoln [Blanch 
Johnson Charles, fish-pedler, bds. Charles H. Wiggin'sjr. 
Johnson Charles B. parter, house 66 Winter 



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2 Johnson Charles H. foreman packing-room (Beal& Hooper's, ^ 

g B.), boards Fourth, corner Spring O 

PQ Johnson Edward, laborer, house 124 Court Pj, 

Johnson Edward, stone-cutter, boards 71 Cambridge |3* 

6 Johnson F. H. fish-dealer (Faneuil Hall, B.), h. 43 Columbia " 

c3 Johnson Francis H. salesman (B.), h. 116 Norfolk Q 

g Johnson G. H. student, bds. 125 Mt. Auburn O 

Johnson Gustave, cabinet maker, h. 27 Valentine £? 

2 Johnson Henry, building mover, bds. 389 Main p' 

g< Johnson Henry F. physician (17 Tremont Temple, 82 Tre- TO 

S mont, B.), h. 125 Mt. Auburn g. 

g«l Johnson Henry H. house-painter, h. 23 "Wallace M 

Johnson Henry S. carpenter, b. at Lowell g^ 

2 Johnson Herman A. tuner, h. 17 Fremont [Cambridge g* 

j!> Johnson J. M. Mrs. milliner (Washington, B.), boards 71 £3 
rt Johnson John T. shoe-maker, h. 27 Washington 

§ Johnson Joseph, laborer, h. 84 Harvard q 

A Johnson Joseph S. oars (269 Coml. and 3 Eastern ave. "B.), __ 

^ h. 167 Cambridge O 

^ Johnson Lafayette, h. Soden, near the laundry W JJJ 

q Johnson Lawrence, melter, h. 44 Clark 3 

pq Johnson Maria, h. 44 Hastings O ™ 

Ph Johnson Marshall, fish-dealer, h. Pearl [Bridge P <J 

• Johnson Martha A. widow Charles, boarding-house, East, nr. • 

*** Johnson Robert, shoe-maker, h. 27 Washington Q 

y Johnson Robert J. clerk, bds. 21 Hastings |> 

fc Johnson Robert J. clergyman, h/29 Buckingham & 

<} Johnson Thomas, cabinet maker, bds. 50 Cedar g 

p5 Johnson William, brush-maker, h. 84 Third E? 
f*l Jolly John, laborer, h. Donnell, cor. Tuttle 

Jones Allison, waiter, h. 7 Webster ave. & 

Jones Amos, policeman, h. 159 Bridge Q 



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O Jones Andrew J. blacksmith, Church, cor. Palmer, h. Ever- "* 

*3 Jones Augustus, clerk, h. 7 Webster ave. ^ 

**f Jones Augustus, h. 72 Elm p 

oS Jones Austin K. janitor, H. U. h. 10 Church P 

£* Jones Benjamin M. clerk, h. 22 Lee ^ 

{j£ Jones Charles B. car-conductor, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn §J 

fl Jones Charles L. (Charles L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 
g manufacturer (220 State, B.), h. 299 Harvard 

g Jones Charles W. clerk, bds. 46 Lee g 

Jones Daniel, laborer, h. 31 Hastings g 

*g Jones David L. plasterer, h. 16 Gore ■ © 

/D Jones Ed. horse car-driver, bds. Elm, cor. Russell *?, 



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Jones E. J. laborer, h. 20 Hastings 

Jones Elias, teamster, h. 128 Norfolk 

Jones Eliza A. widow Francis, h. 25 Sixth 

Jones Francis jr. carpenter, 7 Holly- 
Jones Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co. 220 State, B.), h.46 Lee 

Jones Frederick C. clerk, bds. L. J. Cloves', Church 

Jones George, house 16 Winthrop 

Jones George N. bds. G. Jones', Winthrp, cor. Holyoke 

Jones Henry, jobber, h. 36 Union 

Jones Henry, laborer, h. 113 Columbia 

Jones Henry, clerk (B.), bds. 212 Harvard 

Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle manu- 
facturer (220 State, B.), h. 276 Harvard 

Jones Henry M. carpenter, h. 70 School 

Jones Herbert L. sawyer, h. 81 Austin 

Jones Isaac F. asst. register, Probate court and justice of the 
peace, house 193 Cambridge 

Jones James, provisions, h. 7 Leighton court 

Jones James, stair-builder, bds. 15 Clark 

Jones James T. bds. 32 Sydney [h. 12 Shepard 

Jones John L. foreman, composing room University Press, 

Jones John R. clerk, rooms 464 Main [128 Norfolk 

Jones John W. inner-sole and heeling manufacturer (B.), bds. 

Jones Joseph, boiler maker, bds. 4 Pioneer pi. 

Jotres Joseph H. carpenter, h. 81 School [way 

Jones Joseph M. foreman, Kendall & Robert's, rooms 2 Broad- 
Jones Leonard S. h. 21 Kirkland 

Jones Lucius A. h. 46 Lee 

Jones Lydia S. widow Isaac, h. 66 Columbia 

Jones Lyman O. provisions, Holly, cor. Main 
JONES MARK A. druggist, Gore, cor. Third h. do. 
Jones Nathaniel, carpenter (Myrtle, B.), bds. 752 Main 
Jones Robert, furrier (39 Summer, B.), h. 212 Harvard 
Jones Thatcher L. restaurant, 18 Brattle, bds. 6 Shepherd's 

blk. Charles River 
Jones Thomas W. stereotyper, bds. 12 Shepard 
Jones T. L. saloon, h. 9 Charles River 
Jones William, book-keeper (B.), h. 96 Auburn 
Jones William, engineer, h. 33 Washington 
Jones William, upholsterer (B.), h. Sixth, near Vine 
Jones William E. upholsterer, h. Sixth, near Vine 
Jones Wm. F. Capt. bds 84 Washington 
Jones Wm. R. (Charles L. Jones & Co.), soap and candle 
manufacturer (220 State, B.), h. 307 Harvard 

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O Jones C. L. & Co. (Chas. L. Jones, Henry E. Jones, William *l 

g R. Jones and F. H. Jones), soap and candle manufactu- g 

pq rers, Pearl, cor. Valentine, office (20 State, B.) g: 

Jordan David, iron-moulder, h. rear 26 Washington oo, 

O Jordan Elisha, building mover, h. 44 Spring q 

§ Jordan John, iron-moulder, rear 79 Hastings g - 

nj Jordan Thomas R. cabinet maker, b. 52 Pine g; 

Jordan William, cabinet maker, bds. 52 Pine g« 

© Jordan Wm. N. chemist, h. 129 Spring [place §q 

Q* Jordan Wm. S. engineer at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 3 Gore _ 

9 Joseph Frank, boarding-house, 95 Third e+- 

i°l Joseph Isaac, fruit-pedler, h. 34 Auburn £J 

Josselyn Aaron, watch and clock-maker, Cambridge, h. 149 do. 2- 

g Josselyn Annie B. Miss, school-teacher, bds. 149 Cambridge £. 

O Josselyn Eleazar C. carpenter, h. 120 Fourth *~* 

*9 Josselyn Frank, clerk (B.), h. Erie, cor. Pearl 

g Josslyn Ellis K. comb-maker find optician (130 Wasington, 5 

J3 B.), h. 21 Washington Wg 

O Jovern Thomas, groceries, 21 Spring, h. do. ce ^ 

«. Joy Isaac, carpenter, h. 12 Prospect O Q 

M Joy Laura B. Miss, bds. 8 Hamilton P H 

S Jude William, laborer, h. Walnut, cor. Pleasant ^ 

p[j Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artiste, h. 11 Chestnut ^ 

Juggins John, mat-maker, h. 16 Perry q 

H Jury Wm. D. cabinet, bds. 61 Third [> 

Just Philibert, carver, h. 89 Fourth . £rj 

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2 KALBERG L. upholsterer, h. Stevens court W 

? Kane Catherine, widow Hugh, h. Sacramento, cor. Carver ^° 



£ Kane Daniel, laborer, h. Lambert, near Cambridge £p 

Kane Edward, blacksmith, h. 23 Cowperthwait q 

Kane John, laborer, h. Jones' alley, near West O 



^ Kane Margaret, h. Washington court 

O Kane Martin, laborer, h. 36 Ellery rf* 

f-h Kane Maurice, laborer, h. rear 55 Amory w 

5 Kane Michael, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. Winter, near Third § 

§ Kane Nancy, h. 51 Vine pj 

Ph Karcher Philip, porter, h. 134 Pleasant ^ 

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Kearin Hannah, widow Alexander, h. 77 Spruce g 

Kearn John, laborer, h. Montgomery, near Spruce B 

Keating Michael, blacksmith, bds. Torrey's, Mt. Auburn g 

Keay Ed. diary maker, bds. 18 Perry ^ 

,5 Keay Erburn S. farmer, h. Walden, near Dublin Ul 

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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c. JOHN 
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Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kebler Frederick, student, bds. Holyoke, cor. Mt. Auburn 

Keef Ephraim, fish-dealer, h. 21 Sixth 
« S Keef Patience, widow, bds. 21 Sixth 
» » Keefe Catherine, widow Timothy, h. Willow place 
£ | Keefe Daniel, currier, h. Reed, near Harvey 
" Keefe Daniel, h. 76 Spruce 

Keefe Dennis, laborer, h. Lechraere pi. 



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| g Keefe Ellen, widow John, h. Short, near North 

fc S Keefe Eugene, laboror, h. Short, near Bridge 

* g Keefe James, painter, bds. 544 Main 

j? ^ Keefe James, stone-mason, h. Elm, near Lincoln o? 

jj o Keefe Jerry, laborer, h. 147 Main 

£ S Keefe John, laborer, h. Norfolk, near Cambridge 

Keefe John O. stove-manufacturer (B.), h. 69 Third 
Keeie Mary, widow James, h. Bolton, near Dublin 
Keefe Patrick, currier, h. Reed, near Spruce 
Keefe Thomas, blacksmith, bds. Keefe's, Norfolk 
Keefe Thomas, laborer, h. East, near North 
Keefe Timothy, pedler, bds. Horan's, Montgomery 
Keegan D. S. works F. Kennedys, h. 512 Main 
Keegan Bernard, cook, h. Harvard, near G. J. R. R. 
Keegan Robt. shoe-maker, bds. '24 Brighton 
Keeler A. A. Miss, asst. school-teacher, bds. 13 Avon 
Keeler Cornelius P. (153 Blackstone, B.), h. 19 Bowdoin 
Keely Joseph, jobber, h. 24 Harvard [Franklin 

£ Keeman John, foreman, Jessop's candy manufactory, h. 21 
m Keenan James H. carpenter, 98 Cambridge, h. Tremont, n. 
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Keenan James P. carpenter, h. 431 Cambridge 
^! q" Keenan John, carpenter, h. 59 Brookline 
KJ bfl Keenan John, laborer, h. rear 123 Court 
rK S Keenan Marshall, shoemaker, bds. 449 Main 
p ft Keenan Michael A. carpenter, h. 104 Tremont 
pQ d Keenan Michael H. pressman, h. DeWolf, n. Mt. Auburn 

o3 Keenan Owen W. carpenter, bds Tremont, n. Cambridge 
J2 O Keenan Peter, painter, h. 4 Mullen's ct. Winter 
m ^ Keenan Thos. laborer, h. Charles, n. Court 
£> -g Keenan Thos. spring-maker, h. North, n. East 
M q Keene James, laborer, h. Stevens' court, Fourth 
qq Jy Keene James F. mason, bds. 67 Ellery 
hh m Keever Edward, laborer, h. Beaver, cor. Flagg 
£_, CQ Kehoe James, book-binder, Riverside Press, h. 107 Pearl . 

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g Kelleher James, currier, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce £ 

pq Kelleher Jerry, car-driver, h. 200 Dublin p{ 

Kelleher John, cement pipe-maker, bds. 21 Harvard 

g Kelleher John, laborer, h. 196 Spruce w 

ri Kelleher Julia, wid. washer- woman, h. Lambert, n. Gore — 

S Kelleher Michael, laborer, h. East, n. L. R. R. [East 2 

Kelleher Michael J. cabinet maker, bds. Michael Kelleher's, «rf- 

•£* Kelleher Patrick, laborer, h. 196 Spruce £J 

cj Kelleher Timothy, laborer,^ h. Jefferson, cor. Rideout Ej 

g Kelleher Wm. laborer, bds. 200 Dublin jj 

H Kellenberger A. varnisher, h. 155 Otis e+- 

M Kellenberger Chas. varnisher, bds. 155 Otis M 

U Keller Andrew, wood-turner, h. 107 Spring O 

^ Kelley A. P. (Stedman & Kelley)* piano-forte action rtianuf. p 

Q State, h. 25 Essex P 

c<3 Kelley Arthur C. steward, President Eliot's, Quincy 

K Kelley Bernard, laborer, h. 22 Harrison ct. Q 

Kelley Cyrus K. physician, 80 Cambridge, h. do. j™ 

^T Kelley Dolly S. wid. Amasa S. h. 10 Perry 2 

jj Kelley Edward, laborer, h. 34 Foster * ^ 2? 

Jx] Kelley Edward, laborer, h. 194 Dublin O ^ 

Ph Kelley Edward, laborer, h. Cambridge* opp. Wheatland blk. 3* ^ 

Kelley Francis A. upholsterer, bds. 106 Fourth § ^ 

H Kelley Gracie, wid. John, h. 9 Porter " * 

k^ Kelley Isabella Mrs. h. 106 Fourth 9 

£ Kelley John, boiler maker, bds. Murray's 119 Harvard m 

^ Kelley John, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge m 

p» Kelley John, tanner, bds. 9 Murdock (rj 

Jxj Kelley John J. baker, h. Gerry, n. Mt. Auburn Ul 

Kelley Joseph, glass-blower, h. r* 36 Gore g» 

w Kelley Joseph B. carpenter, 22 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 

Pj Kelley Joseph J. cabinet maker, h. 63 Vine Q 

O Kelley Lawrence, marble polisher, h. 105 Elm [h; do. * 

'S Kelley Margaret T. Miss, variety-store, Fourth, cor. Winter, 

"§ Kelley Mary A. wid. Daniel, h. Gore, n. Sixth 

c3 Kelley Mary C. Mrs. h. 6 Worcester g 

Kelley Michael, helper, h. 54 Amory p, 

bC Kelley Michael, stone-cutter, h. 26 Seventh ^ 

,g Kelley Michael, laborer, h. 126 Bridge en 

t^ Kelley Michael, glass-maker, h. 113 Fourth CQ 

jgj Kelley Michael, currier, bds. Eustis ct. n. Oxford £ 

Kelley Michael, laborer, h. 14 North g 

o Kelley Michael, bds. John F. Roger's, Fresh Pond lane g 

t£ Kelley Michael, laborer, bds. 26 Sparks § 

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| 3 Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. 8 Conlon's ct. j? § 

8 » Kelley Patrick, marble worker, h. Hampshire, cor. Portland g' ^ 

£ | Kelley Peter, machinist, bds. 105 Elm 02 

^ 5 Kelley Richard, tailor, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge JJ? . 

•2 ,8 Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon)* carpenter, h. Put- g ^ 

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* I Kelley Thos. book-binder, h. 9 Porter v ^ 

| f; Kelley Timothy, stucco worker, h. Short, n. Bridge q 



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Kelsey Aibro L< fruit and confectionery (B.), bds. 28 Watson 
Kelsey Anson H. upholsterer, h. 28 Webster 
Kelsey John H. upholsterer, h. Webster, n. Pleasant 
TOlsey Thos. Mrs. nurse, h. 30 Fourth 

Kelsey Wm. upholsterer (135 Friend, B. , h' 108 Thorndike 
Kelsey Wm. H. upholsterer (83 liaverlnli, ti.), bds. 108 

Thorndike 
Kelso Adam, machinist, h. 259 Broadway 
Kelso Alexander, boiler maker, h. Washington 
Kelso James, boiler maker, h. 259 Broadway 
Kelso Wm. h. 259 Broadway [Harvard 

. Kemp Horace G. (Kemp & Sons), soap-manuf. bds. 164 
[g Kqmp James H. (Kemp & Sons), soap-manuf. bds. 164 Har- 
o3 vard [Broadway, h. 164 Harvard 

S Kemp Lysander (Kemp & Sons), soap-manuf. Davis, cor. A 

m Kemp & Sons (Lysander Kemp, James H. and Horace G.), • 

^ he soap-manufs. Davis, c. Broadway 

O t3 Kempton Lemuel, commission merchant (126 Commercial, ^ M 
O *g B.), h. 24 Mt. Auburn [Magazine g • 

g> & Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), boiler maker, h. 136 §< 
" 9 Kendall Frederick J. clerk (B.), bds. 145 Cambridge g. ^j 

Xfl q Kendall Isaac F. sawyer, 426 Main, h. 4 Brooks Pj j 

P3 Kendall James, jeweller (91 Hanover,B.), h. 145 Cambridge <§ H 

>W A Kendall John B. grainer, h. Washington, n. Columbia ^ y, 

_ f-t Kendall Joshua, teacher, private school, Appian Way, h. 123 »-j Q 
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2 Kenerson Oscar N. carriage maker, h. Lechmere blk. & 

O Kenerson Wm. W. provision dealer (B.), h. 150 Hampshire h . 

PQ Kenison Nicholas D. sawyer, h. 39 Windsor O 

„ Keniston Edward C. clerk (B.), bds. 133 Cambridge ** 

§ Keniston Frederick, driver, icecart, h. 112 Elm ^ 

^ Keniston Reuben C. Mrs. h. 133 Cambridge § 

P-i Kennard Benjamin, policeman, h. 9 De Wolf P 

Kennard Benj. C. book-keeper (B.), h. 9 De Wolf w 

•S Kennard Harriet C. Miss, h. 9 De Wolf g 

S* Kennard Lizzie L. Miss, dress-maker, h. 9 De Wolf o 

§ Kennay Michael, hostler, h. 124 Brookline ^P, 

H Kennealy John, h. 73 Concord ave. CO 

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jj Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, Windsor, junction Webster ave. P J* 

,§ house do. [Main, h. 27 Lee ^P 

g KENNEDY FRANK A. cracker baker, 498, 500 and 502 fr? 

o3 Kennedy James Mrs. wid. h. 87 Elm ^g. 

q Kennedy James, laborer, h. 8th in Willow pi. £P 

Kennedy James, brush-maker (B.), h. 3 Fifth m ? 

M Kennedy John, h. 73 Concord ave. S hj 

q Kennedy John, laborer, h. 83 Elm P q 

H Kennedy John, printer, h. 1 Fremont *i p 

Ph Kennedy John H. student, bds. 73 Concord ave. qqS- 

• Kennedy Martin, laborer, h. 77 Broadway ^ 2 

" Kennedy Raymond, h. 50 Hamilton O P 

y Kennedy R. S. Mrs. h. 40 Austin j+ y 

^ Kennedy Thomas, gardener, h. Cowperthwait, n. Banks .. © 

<J Kennedy Wm. stable, North ave. n. Arlington R. R. h. do. q p 

P3 Kenney Edward, glass-blower, h. 40 Winter g. ^ 

fe Kenney Edward, laborer, h. 86 Webster ave. O g 

Kenney Edward, soap-maker, bds. Webster ave. n. Windsor P CD 

w Kenney Frank, ale, beer, &c. 560 Main, h. at Brookline jjj, 

§ Kenney John, brush-maker, h. Rideout 

O Kenney John, cabinet finisher h. 12 Hancock 

c3 Kenney John, tinplate worker, h. Murdock, n f Gardner O 

"2 Kenney Leander, glass-maker, h. 210 Bridge W 

c3 Kenney Timothy Mrs. h. Murdock, n. Gardner O 



Kenney Wm. G. teamster, h. Murdock, cor. Hampshire 
bO Kennil Charles M. h. 512 Main ^ 

9 Kennison Nehemiah R. h. North ave. cor. Meacham 
£ Kenniston James M. physician and surgeon, h, 124 Austin ? 

bj Kenny G. Thomas, laborer, h. Wash. ct. 2 

Kenny James, laborer, h. 309 Cambridge 



o Kenny John S. wood-worker, h. 7 Fourth ta 

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■g *§ Kent Geo. W. teamster, h. r. 77 Spring 

"5 d Kent Gouverneur, clerk, 1 Brattle, rooms do. - A 

g 2 Kent Ichabod, carpenter, h. 93J Green 

£ $ Kent James B. hotel, 15 School ct. h. do. 

« * Kent Mary F. wid. bds. 27 Western ave. 

1 3 Kent Wm. plumber, h. 79 Auburn 

g Kent Wm. H. book-keeper (B.), bds. Hancock, cor. Harvard 




Ph S Keough John, stone-cutter, 60 Broadway 
• g Keough Roger, car-driver, h. Baldwin, n. Kirkland 
% ■« Kerikner Karl, boiler maker, h. 72 Harvard g 

J £ Kern Francis V. B. conveyancer (B.), h. Second, n. Otis w 

£ Kern Martin L. glass-cutter, h. Sixth, n. Thorndike 

Kern Rebecca, wid. Theodore, h. 21 Coggswell ave. 
Kernan James, furniture dealer, 3 Brattle, h. 218 Green 
Kernan Marshall G. boot-maker, bds. 369 Main 
Kernan Thos. J. assistant librarian, College library, rooms 11 

Mt. Auburn 
Kerrigan James, laborer, h. 382 Cambridge [Day 

Kershaw Chas. E. safe-manuf. (11 and 13. Green, B.), h. 5 
Keyes John, painter, bds. Mrs. Sharkey's, Flagg, near Banks 
Keyes William, book-binder, bds. 8 Prince 
Kidd Algernon B. salesman (New York), h. 5 Temple 
Kidder Samuel P. engineer, h. 46 Otis 
Kidder Wm. A. conductor, h. 256 North ave. 
• Kieley Edward, salesman, h. 212 Bridge 
oa Kieley James, baker, h. 1 1 Austin 



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Kieley Richard, glass-cutter, bds. 121 Bridge 

Kihlgren C. A. boarding-house, Second, near Cambridge 



§}j Kilburn Edward J. bds. Norfolk, near Broadway 



£k [jjj Killery Martin, tailor, h. Cowperthwait, near DeWolf 



Vi Killian Patrick, at gas works, h. Foster 



fXJ JH Killion Mary, widow Patrick, h. 150 Green 



^ Kilroy Michael, currier, h 35 Baldwin 

*2 O Kilroy Patrick, laborer, h. Otis, near Eighth 

S3 Kilroy Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Willard place 

t, ^ Kilroy Thomas, currier, bds. Eustis ct. near Oxford 

M § Kimball Annies, teamster, h. bet. Banks and DeWolf 

J3 Kimball Carlo, box-maker, bds. 49 Elm 

g „ Kimball Charles H. h. 16 Howard 

S JjQ Kimball Frederick, book-keeper (B.), h. 46 Pearl [Austin 

u g Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, Main, n. Norfok bds. 49 

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5 Kimball Luther E. (Hay ward & Kimball), manuf. of parlor S 

~" furniture, Smart's bldg. near Osborn's mills, h. 52 Pine ^ 
of Kimball Wm. merchant tailor, 3 Harvard row, bds. Abel 

§ . Willard's, 151 Mt. Auburn Q 

Kincaid Edward, h. 53 Windsor t 0_ 

Kincaid Frank G. provisions, Harvard, cor. Clark, bds. E? 

JD Broadway, near Windsor p' 

ft King A. M. widow George, h. 56 Brighton °3 

9 KING BENJAMIN, constable, and (Benjamin King & g. 
l2 Co.), real estate and ins. agts. 593 J Main, room 6, house 

^ 18 Clinton g> 

w King Brine, laborer, h. 128 Court g- 

© King Charles, carver, bds. Conlon's, court [18 Amory £; 
*9 King Geo. W. flour and produce (1 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. 

g King James, moulder, h. 2 Sydney q 

^ King James, potato pedler, bds. Conlon's, court £j 

O King John, mason, bds. 67 Ellery O 

•» King John, printer, h. 91 Allston £d 

M King John H. confectioner, h. 15 Washington £?0 

m King Joseph, machinist, bds. Main, near Bent's wharf bq W 

^ King Lydia K. Mrs. dress-maker, rear- 81 Cambridge, h. do. O ^ 

King Lydia S. school-teacher, h. 113 Prospect P • 

W King Mathias, machinist, h. 69 Third O 



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5 King Owen, fish-pedler, h. 27 Vine 

^ King Patrick, stone-cutter, bds. Conlon's court [Prospect 

p* King Rufus, painter and glazier, Atwood's corner, bds. 113 

fr King Samuel A. butter, etc. (43 North Market, B.), house 53 

Auburn 

w King Thomas, laborer, h. 105 Fourth [593^ Main, room 6 

g KING BENJAMIN, & CO. real estate and insurance agents, 

O Kingdon James, boot-maker, h. 15 Rice place 

rt Kingsbury Geo. S. engineer, bds. 2 Pioneer place 

"2 Kingsley Chester W. dealer in coal etc. (13 Kilby, B.), h. 

c3« Chester, near North ave. 

" Kinnear Conrad D. bds. 16 Tremont 

bJD Kinneen Patrick, horse-shoer, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Brighton 

.3 Kinsley Edgar L. foundry, 21 Hampshire, bds. 686 Main 

S Kinsley Edward B. P., U. S. store-keeper (B.), h. 126 Sprint 

£ Kinsley Eli C. lawyer, h. 137 Cambridge ° 

^> Kinsley Henry, policeman, h. 134 Spring 

g Kinsley Henry jr. machinist, h. 134 Spring 

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Kinsley Joseph W. (Hastings, Kinsley & Co.), ins. agt. 122 gj 

Cambridge, b. (1 Bulfinch, B.) <I 

Kinsley Lyman, forge and foundry, 21 Hampshire, h. 686 Main 
Kinsley Samuel, laborer, h. Charles, near Third 
Kinsman Eben, expressman (B.), h. foot East g« ^1 

Kirby Edwin, farmer, h. Kidder's lane, near Fitchburg R. R. P V$ 
Kirby John L. tinman, h. 3 Walnut CQ 

Kirhthun Philip, baker, h. Seventh, near Cambridge *-t ^ 

Kirker John, tinner, h. 35 School O *2 

Kirkley James (Ennis & Kirkley), sewing machine repairer .f* Q 

(15 School, B.), h. 14 Garden 
Kirschten Gustavus, grocer, 220 Cambridge, h. do. 
Kisling Lawrence, brush-maker (86 Chardon, B.), h. 8 Vine 
Kitchiu David, mason, house 114 Broadway 
Kittredge Geo. T. clerk, 569 Main, bds. 24 Short 
Kittredge Jesse H. travelling agent, h. 7 Short 
Kivlan Geo. T. stone-cutter, (B.), bds. 36 Gore 
Kivlan John, stone-cutter, bds. 36 Gore 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, h. 36 Gore 
Kivlan William, printer, house 84 River 
Knapp Anna, teacher, h. Thorndike, near Third 
Knapp Jacob G. oil hat-maker, h. Second, near Thorndike 
Knapp Wm. H. clergyman, h. 21 Clinton 
Kneeland Daniel J. bds. 17 Cowperthwait 
Kneeland Henry, breadcart driver, h. 17 Cowperthwait 
Kneeland James, teamster, h. 60 Washington 
Kneeland James, laborer, h. 164 Main 

Knight Alfred Brooks, ins. broker, 459 Main, h. 1 Austin pi. 
Knight Elbridge E. clerk, h. 50 Brighton 

Knight James, porter, bds. 99 Norfolk « 

Knight Jane Miss, h. 21 School ^ 

Knight Joseph R. Mrs. h. Third, cor. Gore 

Knight Samuel D. boots and shoes (5 Pearl, B.), h. 20 Lee Q Q 
Knight Wm. H. book-binder, h. 15 Short g ® 

Knights A. A. book-keeper (B.), h. 41 Baldwin k 

Knights John H. picture-frame maker, bds. 390 Main Sj ^ 

Knights Samuel C. (Samuel Knights & Son), auctioneer, g] ^ 

635 Main, h. 44 Western ave. CK5 _ 

Knights Samuel R. (S. C. Knights & Son), furniture, new ►£ 

and second-hand, 635 Main, h. 21 Park g © 

Knights Simon, car-driver, bds. 12 Dunster c* _-- 

Knights S. C. & Son (Samuel C. and Samuel R. Knights), ^ 

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3 KNOWLES BENJAMIN F. (C. B. Buxton & Co.), fish S- 

§ and oysters, 28 Haymarket sq. h. rear 82 Green g^ 

P3 Knowles John S. engineer, h. 3 Shepherd's blk. Charles River ^ 

„ Knowles Nathan S. clerk, h. 79 Brattle O 
§ Knowles Thomas, laborer, bds. Norfolk, near Somerville 

o3 Knowles Willard, machinist, h. Arrow, near Main ^ 

£ Knowles Wm. F. freight-contractor (87 Wash. B.), h. Tre- § 

mont, near Broadway P 
r2 Knowles Zoheth R. cabinet maker, h. 147 Otis 

£• Knowlton Abraham, mason, h. 9 Webster pi. § 

g Knowlton Benj. F. mechanic, h. 69 Washington^ g 

EH Knowlton George P. leather dealer (92 High, B.), h.462 Main £> £ 

M Knowlton H. M. attorney (42 Court, B.), bds. 12 Tremont w 

*h Knowlton Laura A. widow Timothy C. h. 8 Webster place g ^ 

j§ Knox John, blacksmith (87 and 89 Blackstone, B.), house p® 

d 95^ Harvard [burn, h. (Winter, Watertown) *i 

d Knox Oscar F. (Knox & Angier), granite worker, Mt. Au- §!■_. 

|f^ Knox & Angier (Oscar F Knox and Massillon W. Angier), ^P 

granite workers, Mt. Auburn, near Sparks d O 

M Knubley John, tinman, bds. 34 Hamilton g £ 

O Koaig Henry, sausage maker, h. 57 Charles > g 

H Kochendoerffer John Conrad, pocket-book maker, h. 2 Antrim O £? 

^ Kodhe Geo. W. copper-smith, h. 13 Winter 4 g 

„• Kohen Elizabeth Mrs. h. 246 Franklin g?g" 

^ Kought James, porter, bds. 99 Norfolk £* g 

M Kraas Adolph, silver-smith, h. 383 Main [Carver CD 

^ Kraetyer E. G. hats and caps (B.), h. Sacramento, corner ^*U 

<j Kreyster Joseph, ornamental painter, and gilder, bds. 504 y^ 

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^ Kruger John, h. 46 Windsor r+ ^ 



Kruger John K. actor, h. 46 Windsor p p 

oq Kubisch Gotleib, cabinet maker, h. 34 Charles " § 

§ Kuebler Michael, tanner, North ave. near Tannery, h. do. <** 
O Kuhn Ann Miss, h. 55 Auburn 

cj Kuhn George W. secretary (National Ins. Co. B.), h. 32 Pine Q 

^ L ABONG JOSEPH, second-hand f urniture,108 Spruce, h.do| ? 

" Labrac John, hostler, house Lopez, near Pearl ^ 

bfl Labree R. A. carpenter, house 104 Spark3 ?1 

.3 Labrie O. A. carpenter, house Wyeth, cor. Concord ave. ^ 

+2 Lacorse Anselm, house North avenue, opposite Tannery ^, 

pH Ladd John S. justice, Police Court, office over Rufus Mann's, ^ 

Harvard sq. house Frost, corner Roseland [Roseland ^ 



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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c. JOHN 
J. HORGAN, 53 Main St., Cambridgeport 
Bridge. 

CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 



Ladd Willard I. farmer, house 97 Concord avenue 

LaFortune Daniel, cabinet maker, bds. 50 Cedar 

Lahey John, laborer, house 87 Spruce 

Lahey John, laborer, house Bridge, opp. Water 

Lahey Timothy, laborer, house rear East, near R. R. 

LaidlerHammond, depot master, East Cambridge, h. Bridge, 

opposite Third 
Laja Frank, teamster, house 108 Spruce 
Lally John, laborer, Riverside, h. Cowperthwait, n. Beaver 
Lally John, book-binder, house 24 Cowperthwait 
Lally John, box-maker, house 57 Harvard 
Lally Patrick, sawyer, house 37 Harvard 
Lally Thomas G. plasterer, Main, opp. Masonic block, house 

DeWolf, near Mill 
Lamb James, blacksmith, house JO Auburn 
Lanb John C. carpenter, boards 18 Perry 
Lamb Michael F. teamster, house 60 Amory [Gore 

Lambert George M. britannia worker, rooms Second, near 
Lamont James, book-binder, house 13 Walnut court 
Lamson Charles D. at Gas Co. (B.), boards 30 Magazine 
Lamson George W. driver Franklin Hook & Ladder Co. h. 

150 Harvard 
Lamson John H. painter, house 16 Front 
Lamson Rufus, mason, house 43 Essex 
Lanahan Daniel D. engineer (B.), house 3 Davies 
Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, house 32 Front 
Landers John, painter, bds. William Landers', Spruce 
Landers Morris, laborer, house 10 Rice place 
Landers Thatcher, machinist, L. R. R. repair-shop, h. Boston 
Landers William, gardener, house 115 Spruce 
Landt Henry, picture-frames, house 130 Harvard 
Landry Elias, carpenter, house 22 Donnell 
Lane Abbott L. fish-salesman, boards 108 Spring 
Lane Ann Mrs. house 108 Spring 
Lane Charles T. tobacco presser, boards 108 Spring 
Lane Dennis, laborer, house 362 Broadway 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, house Short, near R. R. 
Lane Elias N. house 28 Western avenue 
Lane George M. prof, of Latin, H. U. house 882 Main 
Lane Jeremiah, blacksmith, house rear Gore, near Third 
Lane Johanna, widow, house Bolton, near clay pit 
Lane John, cement pipe-maker, boards 21 Harvard 
Lane John, laborer, house Eliot, near Owen 
Lane John, laborer, house Blair place 

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^ Lane Lunsford, manuf. of medicines, house 5Q Washington ^ 

§ Lane Michael, shoe-maker, house Montgomery O 

PQ Lane Peter, salesman (B.), house 42 Western avenue £ 

« Lane Samuel, cabinet-maker, rooms 5 Wheatland block, fcs* 

§ Cambridge * 

^ Lane Samuel G. (67 Sudbury, B.), h. Hancock, near Centre Q 

Ph Lane Sarah S. Miss, house 678 Main £ 

Lane Timothy, car-driver, house 42 Cedar t3* 

r-H Lang John, seaman, house rear 109 Gore p' 

S Lang John C. cigar manufacturer, house 3 Village TO 

§ Lang John H. cigar maker, house 12 Village . JJ, 

H Lang Lewis, cabinet maker, house 95 Elm .. 

Langdell Christopher Columbus, prof, law school, H. U. bds. J* 

t* Wadsworth House g" 

J} Langdon John H. grain-dealer (186 State, B.), h. 106 Prospect £; 
d Langer Jane Mrs. confectionery and toys, 427 Main, h. do. 

c3 Langford George A. inspector (Custom House, B.), house Q 

& 55 River frf 

Langford W. K. canvasser, bds. 55 River t-i^ 

kS Langley Arthur G. pressman, house 240 Cambridge q^ 

q Langley Charles, carpenter, house 63 Spring [dike m Q 

W Langley John O. drugs (11 & 12 Marshall, B.), h. 143 thorn- o H 

Ph Langley Lauren F. Mrs. house 111 Gore P <J 

Langley Martha A. Mrs. post-mistress, Cambridge, corner 7* 

H Third, house 84 Fifth [Spring Q 

ij Langley Noah W. glass-cutter, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 84 t^ 

S Langley Thomas J. roofer, house 84 Spring, W 

5 Langmaid Samuel H. carriage manuf. (B.), h. 78 Kirkland jjjj 

q» Languerand John B. tinsmith, boards 104 Main g* 
fq Lannigan Henry, tailor, bds. 31 Green 

Lannigan Margaret Mrs. house Gore, near Third 8r 

jj Lantigua Andrew, cigar maker, house 13 Lope2 Q 

pi Lapman G. clerk, boards Coburn's, Orchard O 

§ Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 120 Spruce * 

*-j Larkin Lawrence, laborer, boards 57 Harvard ^ 

■g Larkin Patrick, house 35 Green p 

§ Larkin Patrick, porter (B.), boards Brooks', Lee P 

Ph Lasselle Sarah E. Mrs. music teacher, bds. Ill Thorndike P 1 

{3U Latham Joanna, widow, house 106 Auburn ^ 
d LATHE LEONORA : . physician, house 34 Austin 
— Lather Louis, brass-worker, house 438 Cambridge 

Lathrop Charles, clerk, boards 20 Brookline |3 

Lathrop William L. cigars and tobacco (45 Congress, B.),h. g 

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Latimer James A. salesman (B.), boards 125 Thorndike 

Laurie Charles, book-binder, house Soden, opp. Laundry 

Laurie Dennis, painter, boards DeWolf 

Laurie Patrick, painter, boards DeWolf 

Law Annie, widow Charles, house 90 Mt. Auburn 

Lawler Patrick S. baker, house 106 Third 

Lawler Patrick S. laborer, house 169 Dublin 

Lawless John, gate-tender, B. & L. R. R. house 11 Bridge 

Lawrence Gharles, produce (6 New Faneuil Hall market, B. , 

house 55 Cambridge 
Lawrence Dolly Mrs. house Second, near Cambridge 
Lawrence E. A. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manufac- 
turer, Bridge, n. Craigie's bridge, h. (2 St. Cloud Hotel,B.) 
Lawrence Frank M. butcher, house Oxford, cor. Sacramento 
Lawrence John P. poultry (Faneuil Hall market, B.) house, 
407 Broadway [way 

Lawrence Oscar, with (Mason & Hamlin, B.),h. 233 Broad- 
Lawrence William H. piper, house 74 Washington 
Lawrence William W. (108 & 110 Faneuil Hall Market, B.), 

house 9 Pleasant 
Laws Charles H. clerk, boards 206 Harvard 
Laws Elizabeth A. Mrs. house 206 Harvard 
Laws William G. polisher, house 206 Harvard 
Lawson A. J. reporter, house 79 Walnut 
Lawson Charles, printer, boards 157 Thorndike 
Lawson Francis C. pedler, 31 Vine 
Lawson Thomas Mrs. h. 157 Thorndike 
Lawson William H. machinist, house 40 Washington 
Lawton Edward, printer, bds. 866 Main 
Lawton Edward B. Mrs. house 46 Market 
Lawton Edward W. house 46 Market 
Lawton John, blacksmith, h. 2 Muller's court, Winter 
Lawton Leander, laborer, house Magazine, n. Willow 
Leach Alpheus M. painter (B.), h. Hancock, n. Harvard 
Leach Georgiana Miss, h. 67 Mt. Auburn 
Leach Mary A. Mrs. house 69 Mt. Auburn 
Leach William H. carpenter, h. 5 Franklin 
Leahey James, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Columbia, h. do. 
Leahey John, fireman, sugar-house, h. 21 Third 
Leahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Leahy Michael, laborer, house Franklin, n. Bay 
Leahy Thomas, laborer, h. 57 North 
Leake Christopher, carpenter* bds. 94 Auburn 
Lealand Charles, millwright, house 86 Windsor 

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Learey Joseph, marble cutter, 89 Fifth 

Learey Peter, laborer, h. Warren, near Jefferson 

Learned Albert L., Lucien S. Learned & Co.'s, bds. 721 Main 

Learned Charles H. account-book manuf. rooms 100 Austin 

Learned Grant, shoe-maker, Haymarket square, near Main, 

house 12 Harrison avenue 
Learned James M. foreman water-works, h. 12 Harrison ave. 

Learned Lucien S. & Co. (George W. Gould), manufactur- 
ing stationers and printers, 4 Lee, h. 721 Main 

Leary Dennis, laborer, house 7 Winter 

Leary Dennis laborer, house rear G Somerset 

Leary Dennis, teamster, house Bridge, near Third 

Leary John, laborer, house 167 Franklin 

Leary John, laborer, h. Brighton, near Bridge 

Leary John Sr. printer, house 34 Harvard 

Leary Michael, bar-tender, h. 214 Bridge 

Leary Patrick, laborer, house 16 North 

Leathe Isabella Mrs. house 5 State 

Leathe Melinda Miss, boards State 

Leavett Elizabeth Mrs. house 54 Prospect 

Leavett Palmer, carpenter, boards 23 River 

Leavitt Albert, travelling agent, h. Magazine, near Willow 

Leavitt Aaron F. mason, house 8 Auburn court 

Leavitt Erasmus D. h. Warland, near Magazine 

Leavitt Erasmus D. jr. mechanical engineer, bds. 7 Warland 
Leavitt George R. Rev. house 9 Warland 

Leavitt George W. brass-finisher, house 96 Auburn 
Leavitt Henry F. provisions, house 118 Harvard 
Leavitt Horace H. student, bds. 7 Warland 
Leavitt William, carpenter (10 Lime, B.), h. 89 Windsor 
Leavitt William H. brass-finisher, h. 110 Hampshire 
Leavitt William J. D. music teacher, h. 22 Elm 
LeBarron John, conductor, U. R. R. bds. L. J. Cloves', 
Lecain Helen Mrs. h. Green, c. Ericsson ct. [Church 

LFCHMERE NATIONAL BANK, cor. Second and Cam- 
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LeClair Leon, tinsmith, h. 151 Windsor 
Leddy Hannah M. Mrs. wid. John J. h. Second, n. Cambridge 
Leddy Patrick, hammerer, h. 16 Webster ave. 
Leddy Thomas, laborer, h. sixth in Willow place 
Lee Henry R. painter, house 29 Holyoke 
Lee James, laborer house 36 Ellery 
Lee John, book-binder, house Waverley, cor. Walnut 
Lee Michael, laborer, house 283 Cambridge 
Lee Richard T. helper at Walworth's, h. rear 67 Moore 

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Leeds Daniel D. piano-forte varnisher (B.), h. 123 Franklin 
Leest Walter, plasterer, house 44 Franklin [cester 

LE FRANCIS PETER, cigar manuf. 527 Main, h. 3 Wor- 
Le Francis Thomas, cigar manuf. Windsor, cor. Main, h. 

Hampshire, n. Tremont 
Legalle Frank, box-maker, bds. 65 Columbia 
Lehan Daniel, blacksmith, house Fourth, n. Winter 
Lehan Daniel W. varnisher (B.), boards Fourth, n. Winter 
Lehan Dennis H. blacksmith, Gore, bds. Gore, n. Third 
Lehan Jerry, laborer, house 233 Franklin 
Lehan Michael, blacksmith, h. Fourth, n. Winter 
Lehey Michael, laborer, bds. Franklin, n. Bay 
Lehey Michael, plasterer, Lambert, near Cambridge 
Leibert David, baker, Leibert's, 67 Gore, bds. do. 
Leibert David, baker Leibert's, 67 Gore, h. do. 
Leighton Henry B. engraver, bds. Winter, n. Fourth 
Leighton James C. carpenter, house 69 Brookline 
Leighton John A. carpenter, house 99 Gore 
Leighton John H. superintendent, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house 

Winter, near Fourth [Fourth 

Leighton John H. jr. at N. E. Glass Co.'s, bds. Spring, near 
Leighton Robert E. superintendent N. E. Glass Co.'s, bds. 
Leighton Thomas, glass-maker, h. 12 Fourth [57 Spring 
Leitch James, Boston chem. works, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Leland Frederick, chair-dealer (B.), bds. 96 Auburn 
Leland S. Mrs. boards Clinton, cor. Main 
Lemme Fred'k, gardener, North ave. boards do. 
Le Moyne William J. actor, house 81 Auburn 
Lenfest Granville H. printer, bds. 150 Thorndike 
Lenfest Howard S. clerk, house 50 Baldwin 
Lenfest Mary A. Mrs. house 50 Baldwin 
LENFEST SOLOMON, job and card printer, Lechmere 

Bank building, Cambridge, corner Second, house 150 

Thorndike 
Lenfest Thomas H. music printer, house 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest Thomas H. jr. printer, bds. 40 Western avenue 
Lennehan Daniel, slaughter-house, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
Lennon John (John Lennon & Son), grocer, 71 Pearl, h. 67 do. 
Lennon John T. (John Lennon & Son), grocer, 71 Pearl, 
Lennon William, laborer, house 24 Bolton [h. 67 do. 

Lennon & Son (John Lennon and John F. Lennon, grocers, 
Lenox John M. letter carrier, h. 58 Washington [71 Pearl 
Leonard Adelbert W. clerk, (B # ) bds. 82 Magazine 
Leonard Charles W. private watchman, house 13 Myrtle pi. 

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-g Leonard Curtis, machinist, house 21 Harrison ^ 

O Leonard David, stereotyper, house River, opp. Blackstone 2 

W Leonard George A. hatter (237 Washington, B.), house 342 g; 

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§ Leonard Gilbert P. teamster, boards 17 Myrtle place ^C 

^ Leonard Hiram, produce dealer (B.), h. 139 Otis g* 

Ph Leonard James A. (Jas. A. Leonard, Son & Co.), oil-dealer e+ 

(4 Liberty sq. B.), h. 1 1 Tremont E 

Leonard John, laborer (B.), house 164 Main £ 
3 1 Leonard John S. sea-captain, h. 187 Hampshire 

§ Leonard Joseph, currier, bds. Dublin S- 

H Leonard Lucy T. widow, h. 24 Cherry y 

w Leonard Michael, city laborer, h. Tremont, near Cambridge g, 

*h Leonard Patrick G. salesman, h. Norfolk, near Hampshire g, 

j§ Leonard Samuel R. (Cutter, Tower & Co. 83 Milk, B.), h. P 
3 82 Magazine 

ri Leonard Thomas, junk -dealer, Gore, near Second, h. do. Q 

g Leonard Walter B. moulder, bds. 449 Main W« 

Leonard Wm. E. car-conductor, h. 187 Hampshire & h 

y* Leonard James A., Son & Co. (4 Liberty sq. B.), bds. 11 qq 

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W Lerned A. clerk, boards Lerned's, North ave. . 

" Lerned Benjamin, produce dealer, h. North ave. near Cedar ^ 

pj Lerned B. P. clerk, bds. Lerned's, North ave. * 

Lerned Fred. T. h. 27 Irving ^ 

W Lerned Lucy Miss, h. North ave. near Cedar M 

£j Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, h. North ave. near Cedar ^ 

2 Lerned Thomas P. Mrs. h. Sumner, near Cambridge [rj 

P Lerner Frank, gardener, bds. Mrs. Moring's, Harvard, cor. GO 

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Leslie David, glass-blower, h. Vine, near Fifth _ 

g Lester Charles S. student, h. 56 Shepard 2 

O Leuchte Bernhard, lager-beer saloon and boarding-house, j 

5 North ave. near Arlington line ^ 

jj Lever Dorris, clerk, bds. 20 Cottage CO 

Leverett Louisa, widow Thomas J. h. 8 Holyoke S 

pj Levin John M. carpenter, h. Cambridge, near R. R. p, 

Levy Abraham, clothing, Brattle, and 433 Main, h. 533 Main ^ 

&P Lewando Charles, engineer (Studio building, B.), h. Smith's en 

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,-g Lewando Jos. dyehouse (B.), bds. J. Cutler's, Cambridge 5 

^ Lewis Abbie A. Miss, school-teacher, h. 27 Williams g 

Lewis Ann, widow Henry P. h. 27 Williams g 

§ Lewis Ann Miss, h. 62 Washington hj 

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Lewis Charles J. grocer, 150 Harvard, h. 2 Summer 
Lewis Daniel, carriage maker, h. rear 507 Main 
Lewis Elizabeth, widow Samuel, h. 39 Garden 
Lewis Elmer L. clerk, bds. rear 8 Perry 
Lewis Ensign L. tinplate worker, h. rear 8 Perry- 
Lewis F. H. clerk, h. rear 128 Thorndike [128 Thorndike 
Lewis Fred, brush-finisher (290 Commercial, B.), h. rear 
Lewis George, hair-dresser, bds. Geo. W. Lewis's, Garden, 

near arsenal 
Lewis Geo. W. porter, h. Garden , near arsenal 
Lewis Harris, carpenter, bds. 90 Ml. Auburn 
Lewis H. C at the U. R. R. car -stable, h. Crane, n. DeWolf 
Lewis Henry H. carpenter, h. 4 Baldwin place 
Lewis Henry S. clerk, Prospect House, bds. do. 
Lewis Mary Mrs. h. 78 Washington 
Lewis Robert, laborer, h. 6 North 
Lewis Wm. H. h. Clark, cor. Harvard 
Leys James, cutter (B.), bds. 9 Cottage 
Leys Jennie Miss, lecturer, bds. 9 Cottage 
Libbey Albertine V. Mrs. h. 4 Dinsmore court [Mt. Auburn 
Libbey Hebron, real-estate agent (95£ School, B.), house 4 
Libbey Jackson H. (Chase & Lihbey), ice-dealer, Hampshire, 

cor. Columbia, h. 97 Hampshire 
Libbey Mary, widow, h. Cambridge, cor. Webster ave. 
Libbey Wm. H. carpenter, h. 76 Spruce 
Libby Addison C. stationer, h. 99 Green 
Libby Charles W. machinist, bds. 14 Rockwell 
Libby Joseph M. last-maker, h. 14 Rockwell 
Libby Wm. depot master, Concord Turnpike station, house 

Concord ave. near Railroad [Auburn 

Liberty Michael, marble worker, bds. rear granite works, Mt. 
Liddy Thomas, printer, h. 78 Pearl 

Lieben John, marble carver, Pioneer court [Harvard 

Liesenfelt Antone, ale, beer &c. (105 Pleasant, B.), boards 60 
LIGHTHILL A. P. Dr. (8J Beacon, B.), h. 80 Magazine 
Lilley Thomas, blacksmith, h. Fifth, cor. Otis 
Lilly Mary Miss, h. Thorndike, cor. Seventh 
Lincoln Alfred, clerk, bds. 15 N. Fifth 

Lincoln Alvah, brass-finisher, bds. John Butterfield's, Fourth 
Lincoln Chas. A. carpenter, h. 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Chas. A. jr. carver, bds. 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Chas. S. (J. M. Lincoln & Son, 220J State, B.), 

boards 148 Washington [4 Gray court 

Lincoln Edward M. harness maker (90 Sudbury, B.), house 

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Lincoln George, carpenter, h. 47 Winter 
Lincoln Henry C. painter, h. 51 Norfolk 
Lincoln Jas. S. cierk, bds. 49 Essex 
Lincoln John L. car-builder, bds. 49 Essex 
Lincoln Lendell, carpenter, h. 49 Essex 
Lincoln Levi H. locksmith, h. 10 Eighth 
Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, house 72 Prospect 
Lincoln Wm. F. carpenter, bds. 47 Winter 



Lindgreen Fred. W. (B.), bds. 31 Tremont 

Lindgreen Geo. W. (B.), bds. 31 Tremont 

Lindsey P. A. (B.), h. 119 Prospect 

Ling Wm. cabinet maker, h. rear 45 Winter 

Linnehan Charles, contractor, h. Bridge, near Somerville 

Linnehan Daniel, laborer, h. 8 Davis 

Linton George, carpenter, h. 188 Harvard 

Lippitt Francis J. counsellor (40 State, B.), h. 3 Mason 

Lipsett Robert, cabinet maker, h. Walnut, near Pearl 

Litch Albert, boards 11 Jay 

Litchfield Albert C. marble worker, h. 53 Mt. Auburn 

Litchfield Allen, mason, h. 9 Auburn 

Litchfield Allen W. mason, h. 64 River 

Litchfield Benj. C. plumber, h. 67 Auburn 

Litchfield Geo. W. B. mason, h. 103 River 

Litchfield Judson, undertaker, h. 488 Main 

Litchfield Roland, funeral and furnishing undertaker and 
superintendent of lamps, h. 477 Main 

Litchfield Roland jr. city messenger, h. 3 Austin ct. 

Little Chas. C. Mr*, h. 8 Highland [Press, b. 830 Main 

Little Chas. J. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.). printer, University 

Little Christopher A. harness maker (150 Tremont, B.), h. 

36 Williams 
Little Edward P. shoe-dealer (Federal, B.), h. 241 Broadway 
Little Geo. B. clerk (B.), h. 241 Broadway 
Little John, harness maker, h. 36 Williams 
Little John, policeman, h. Everett pi. near Mt. Auburn 
Little Lemuel, h. Bocker's, Holyoke pi. 

Little, Brown & Co. bindery, Riverside [ville 

Littlefield Adoniram J. clerk, Gerry's, North ave. bds. Somei 
Littlefield Dependence S. organ maker, 426 Main, h. 8 Stav<; 
Littlefield D. Webster, blacksmith, bds. E. Hayes', Everett yl 
Littlefield Geo. T. (66 Franklin, B.), h. 12 Mellen 
Littlefield Joseph H. brokers' exchange (102 Washington 
B.), h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Dunster 

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Livermore Edward M. h. Clinton, near Main 

Livermore George Mrs. h. 2 Dana 

Livermore Isaac, treasurer (Michigan Central Railroad, 23 

Sears' bldg. B.), h. Main, cor. Clinton 
Livermore John (N. Livermore & Son), soap-manufacturer, 

Water, opp. North, h. 28 Williams 
Livermore John M. clerk, bds. 28 Williams 
Livermore Kidder A. h. 69J Mt. Auburn [ave. cor. Jarvis 
Livermore Leonard J. sec. Unt. Sunday-school soc. h. North 
Livermore Lois Mrs. h. 4 Smith's, blk. North ave. opp. Sac- 
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Livermore Mary S. widow Charles, h. 39 Inman 
Livermore Oliver W. h. 36 Essex [men to, n. Oxford 

Livermore Thomas L. lawyer (10 Devonshire, B.), h. Sacra- 
Livesey Wm. P. printer, h. 17 Charles River 
Livingston Archibald, workman, chemical-works, house Otis, 
Livingston Benj. F. policeman, h. 84 School [near Eighth 
Lloyd Geo. carpenter, h. 161 Thorndike 
Lloyd Uriah, cooper, h. 161 Otis 
Lloyd Wm. carpenter, h. 36 North ave. 
Lloyd Wm. Mrs. h. Gerry 

Lloyd Wm. E. clerk, Court House, bds. 36 North ave. 
Locke Charles A. clerk (B.), house 17 Clinton 
Locke Edgar H. h. 82 River 
Locke Elbridge W. music publisher, h. 18 Front 
LOCKE FRANK, proprietor, Porter's Hotel, North ave. 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (B.), h. 11 Dover [blk. North ave. 
Locke Homer F. merchant (B.),bds. Vande Sande's, Smith's 
Locke Horatio (42 and 44 Faneuil Hall market, B.), h. 287 

North ave. 
Locke John A. stone-cutter, h. 38 Union 
Locke John T. book-keeper, h. rear 8 Perry 
Locke Jonathan F. mason, bds. 92 Norfolk 
Locke Sarah J. Mrs. h. 17 Clinton' 
Lockhart Albert, coffin maker, h. 154 Cambridge 
Lockhart David, coffin maker, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 154 

Cambridge [Thorndike 

Lockhart David jr. coffin maker, W. L. Lockhart's, h. 129 
Lockhart Frank, carver, h. 121 Spring 
LOCKHART WM. L. undertaker and manuf. of coffins, 

caskets, &c. wholesale and retail, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 

Cambridge, n. Fifth 
Locklin Jane Mrs. h. Brighton, c. South 
Locklin John, laborer, h. 79 Spruce 
Locklin Mary Miss, h. 17 Irving place 



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O Lock wood Highland (John P. Squire & Co.), provision 2 

PQ dealer, Gore, near Sixth, h. at Boston [Spring rt 

n Lockwood Leverett L. engineer, Beal & Hooper's, h. 115 oa 

§ Logan Henry, laborer, h. Washington ct. 

& Logan Janet Mrs. h. 80 Pearl 2 

P* Lomax Ellen, wid. h. 63 Winter g. 

Lombard Arami C. (23 Lewis wharf, B.), h. 4 Berkeley & 

7£ Lombard Edgar (23 Lewis wharf, B.), bds. 4 Berkeley p' 

g Lombard Geo. B. clerk (B.), bds. 4 Berkley 

© Lombard James A. carpenter, h. 70 Gore 

H Lombard James M. grocer, Cambridge, cor. Norfolk 

M Lombard Nathan C. mechanical engineer and draughtsman © 

g (40 State, B.), h. 125 Prospect f? 

,q Lombard R. P. lather, h. 71 Washington p 

Q Londergan David, laborer, h. 97 Spruce 

c3 Lonergan Thomas, laborer, h. 95 Spruce Q 

j5 Long Andrew, glass-maker, h. r. 18 Gore [Brooks W 

Long Daniel (Fulton, Long & Co.), furniture dealer, h. 19 Q 

y Long David, glass-maker, h. 20 North hirr 

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M Long Timothy, shoe-maker, h. Reed Pj 

£j Long Wm. laborer, h. 3 Linnehan's blk. Third £2 

3 Longfellow Chas. A. bds. 105 Brattle § 

j? Longfellow Ernest W. h. 108 Brattle {/j 

Longfellow Henry W. Prof. h. 105 Brattle Pp 
Longfellow Samuel Rev. bds. Mrs. Greenleafjs, 75 Brattle 

j3 Longhran Mary, wid. Michael, h. 9 Wright Q 

§ Longley Benj. A. fancy-goods and toys, 455 Main, h. do. P 

»g Longshaw Wm. druggist, h. 78 Otis [Thorndik© V 

•g Loomis Grove H. photographer (7 Tremont row, B.), h. 108 CO 

§ Looney Michael, laborer, h. 1 3 Hamilton P 

(I| Lord John W. galvanizer, h. Chestnut, n. Magazine 5 
^ Lord Lottie N. Mrs. (Lord & Goodwin), dress and cloak 

q maker, 547 Main, h. do. jyj 

Lord Wm. britannia worker, h. 92 Fifth 02 



Lord & Goodwin (Lottie N. Lord and Olive L. Goodwin), 

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o Loring Daniel, laborer, h. 30 North B 

eg Loring John W. Mrs. h. 59 Fifth § 



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§ * Lors H. cook, bds. 99 Norfolk [Fifth 3 OT 

*■ " Lothrop Cvrus S. banker and broker (B.), h. 115 Prospect ^ y 
| | Lothrop Geo. B. locksmith (30 Exchange, B.), h. 3 Black- F§ q 
g 1 stone m. O 

« g Lothrop James B. organ builder, h. 106 Spring ^ £3 

~ | Lothrop Oliver B. music compositor (23 Water, B.), bds. qq 
« « Washington, n. Columbia ^ {> 

£ | Loughlin Edward, at Med. Laboratory, h. Lopez, n. Pearl g ^ 
£ | Loughrey Ann, wid. h. Loughrey, n. Pioneer s+ Hrj 

S S Loughrey John, clerk, h. 14 Squire's ct. [94 Magazine W 

S 2 Lovejoy Samuel M. stock and note-broker (39 State, B.), h. Q 

£ | Loveland Horace N. book-keeper (90 North, B.), h. 305 £> 

o £ Broadway t"' 

Lovell Andrew J. grocer (64 Cambridge, B.), h. 11 Forest ^ 

Lovering Jos., Hollis professor of mathematics and natural 

philosophy and regent, H. U. h. 38 Kirkland 
Lovett Augustus, ins. agent, h. 735 Cambridge 
Lovett Catharine Mrs. h. Cowperthwait, n. River 
Lovett Henry H. ins. agt. (102 Wash. B.), h. 60 Brattle 
Lovett John, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Eliot 
Lovett Michael, laborer, h. 1 Cowperthwait 
Lovewell David S. machinist, h. Lechmere blk. Cambridge 
Low Chas. H. clerk, rooms 44 Holyoke 

Low Frederick C. photographer, 110 Cambridge, h. 26 Fifth 
Lowe Edwin D. (8 Congress sq. B.), bds. 76 Prospect 
Lowe Francis (F. & J.Lowe), builder, h. 74 Prospect 
g Lowe John (F. & J.), builder, h. 76 Prospect 
c3 Lowe Samuel P. organ case-maker, h. 91 Auburn ^ 

S Lowell Alfred E. freight conductor, L. R. R. h. 159 Bridge ^ 

. „ Lowell Chas. R. Mrs. h. 24 Quincy i J 

>H © Lowell Frederick H. clerk, 439 Main, bds. 9 Douglas 
O r^ Lowell Harrison G. sail-maker, h. 9 Douglas O H 

O '£ Lowell James R. professor of the French and Spanish Ian- E r 
P 'S guages and literatures, and prof, of belles-lettres, H. U. g, 

"9 h. Elmwood ave. c. Mt. Auburn g ^ 

xn q Lowell Wm. O. blacksmith, h. 119 Columbia p] *N 

PS Lowerie Joseph, brush-maker, bds 136 BrQokline <g £j 

W A Lowney Morris, laborer, h. 47 Winter *d P 

PJ U Lowry Geo. W. glass-cutter, bds. 7 Sixth 2 Q 

»2 Lowry John, carpenter, h. Charles, n. Court P" m 

W Lucas Edward, painter, h. 114 Union H 

Ph qJ Luce Samuel H. painter, h. 13 Green p3 

^ P5 Lucy Anthony, stereotyper, h. 8 Somerset * .. 

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O Lucy Geo. H. policeman, h. 2 Brooks t? 

g Lucy Isabella Mrs. h. 8 Somerset M 

ro Lucy Timothy, coal-driver, h. 32 Harvard C? 

Luddy James A. brush-maker, h. 214 Bridge ** 

O Luddy Thos. J. brush-maker, h. 214 Bridge ^ 

§ L.uddy Wm. J. machinist, h. 214 Bridge 2 

nj Ludgate John, gardener, h. Broadway, cor. Maple ave. p 

""" Ludgate Wm. B. porter, h. 74 Windsor 0Q 

£ Lufkin Chas. A. h. 17 Banks g 

g< Lufkin Julia A. widow, h. 17 Banks ^ 

9 Luke A. F. messenger, First National Bank, bds. 34 Inman P 

. £ Luke Elijah H. grain store, Main, c. Court, L. P. h. Maple ^ dbT 

ave. n. Broadway ^ 

£ Luke E. R. clerk, bds. Maple ave. n. Broadway p g 

$ Luke James jr. (Luke & Bent), coal and wood, 168 Main, ftp 

d h. 30 Inman ^J* 

§ Luke J. V. cabinet maker, bds. 54 Columbia °*m. 

i Luke Otis H. receiving teller (Third National Bank,B.), bds. CC^ 

^ 30 Inman [way jEj O 

*T Luke Walter J. clerk (16 Pearl, B.), h. Maple ave. n. Broad- g § 

g Luke Wm. H. carpenter, Broadway, c. Clark, h. do. P ^ 

m Luke & Bent (James Luke jr. and Geo. H. Bent), coal and hj -J* 

£Li wood dealers, 168 Main »_ 

Luker John, laborer, h. 53 Vine e^O 

W LULL FRED A. newspapers, periodicals, circulating li- © @ 

^ brary and constable, 447 Main, h. 445J Main [ville 3, u 

*, Lull Horace C. wheelwright, F. I vers', North ave. h. Somer- * © 

^j Luml. E. confectioner, 165 Broadway, h. do. W*d 

p» Luna Joseph P. hair-dresser, bds. 27 Third oq 4 

ptl Lund J. C. carpenter (15 Charlestown, B.), h. Mt. Vernon O S" 

Lundergan John, glass-maker, h. 42 Gore P g 

^ Lunitz Bernhard, pocket-book maker, bds. 18 Walnut ct. P 

5 Lunitz Gustave, pocket-book maker, h. 18 Walnut ct. • 

§ Lunny Wm. plasterer, h. 234 Franklin 

*-j Lunt Alfonzo M. printer (B.), h. 92 Otis Q 

-g Lunt Benj. F. gilder, h. 20 Watson H 

§ Lunt J. M. printer, h. 131 Spring O 

Pn Lunt Moses, carpenter, h. 15 Short " 

jjjq Lunt Richard H. book-keeper, h. 102 Otis ^ 

fl Lunt Wm. H. mould-maker, h. 102 Otis 

+2 Lusk Bridget Miss, h. 11 Harrison ave. 

j£ Lusk Norman, h. 5 Flagg 



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Luther Thos. H. carpenter, h. 10 Village S 

"g Lydston Wm. H. carpenter, h. 138 Harvard f2 

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ig cs Lynan John, ornament maker, h. Pioneer, c. Main [11 State 

g » Lynan Wm. carriage painter, h. 5 Vine 

«j | Lynb John, marble worker, h. 9 Rideout 

Lynch Daniel, laborer, h. Kinnard, n. Bay 

5 g Lynch Daniel F. engraver, house 28 Hastings 

a g Lynch Bridget, widow Michael, house 157 Windsor 

J g Lynch Humphrey, stone-cutter, 1 29 Washington, house do. 

a i Lyuch James, plasterer, house 39 Cowperthwait 

a ^ Lynch James M. clerk (B.), bds. Cambridge 

C I Lynch Jeremiah, gardener, h. Antrim, near Broadway 

* * Lynch John, brick-layer, bds. 5 School 

Lynch John, carriage painter, Webb's, Cedar, h. at (B.) 

Lynch John, laborer, h. 42 North and 11 Short 

Lynch John, laborer, h. 64 Brighton 

Lynch Julia A. Miss, dress-maker, bds. 209 Cambridge 

Tynch Mary Mrs. dress-maker, 209 Cambridge 

Lynch Owen, laborer, house 226 Franklin 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, house rear 63 Gore 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, h. 3 Brimmer block, Harvard 

Lynch Philip Mrs. house 8 Vine 

Lynch Richard, soap-maker, h. 61 Pearl 

Lynch Stephen, cooper, h. Green, near Bay 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, h. Court, near Monroe alley 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, water works, h. 221 Franklin 

Lynch Thomas boot-maker, 220 Franklin, h. do. 

Lynch Thomas, glass-maker, house 14 Vine 

Lynch William B. carver, bds. 139 Cambridge 

Lynes Edward G. life-insurance (27 State, B.), h. 23 Orchard 

Lynes Raymond, carriage painter, bds. Austin 

Lynes Sidney S. carriage painter, bds. Orchard, n. Beech pi "' 

Lynn David, plasterer, house 163 Windsor p' * 

Lynn John, distiller, house 4 Lincoln CR 

Lynn William H. plasterer, house. 8 Lincoln Oi 

Lyon George H. billiards, Lyceum bldg. bds. 77 Brattle sq. *° P 

Lyon Hans W. C. printer, Riverside, h. 16 Fremont H p, 

Lyon Leonard, Mrs. house 5 Everett place £j 

Lyon William L. letter carrier, bds. Mrs. L. Lyon's, 5 Everett u h" 

Lyons Archibald Mrs. compositor, h. 91 Harvard [place u 

Lyons Jerry, grocer, 466 Cambridge, h. do. ^ P 

Lyons John, blacksmith, A. J. Jone's, bds. 12 Dunster M >% 

Lyons John S. grocer, 397 Cambridge, h. do. cr h 

Lyons Julia Mrs, h. 27 Irving place *" h> 

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Macauley Auley, harness maker, 304 Main, h. Fremont, near q 

1-1 Pleasant [near Pleasant £T 

© Macauley George H. bread-driver, bds. Macauley's, Fremont 
ft Macauley William A. painter, bds. Auley Macauley's, Fre- 
p mont [ramento 

.R McConnel Augustus, watches (17 Congress, B.), bds. 49 Sac- p 

McOonnell Mary W. wid. h. 125 Pleasant "* 

g Macdonald Alexander L. (Macdonald & Sons), book-binder? jjj 

o h. Mellen, near North ave. S- 

*§ Macdonald Edmund J. (Macdonald & Sons), book-binders, h* £2. 

H Green, near Putnam • 

& Macdonald Frederick W. book-keeper, (B.),bds. 324 Harvard 

O Macdonald Maria A. Mrs. house 324 Harvard [New York gj 

~ Macdonald William L. (Macdonald & Sons), book-binder, g 

M Macdonald & Sons (William L. Macdonald, Edmund J. Mac- £j 

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Mace Eveline Mrs. house 17 Lopez g 

pq Mace Jonas, machinist, bds. 17 Lopez p 

Macfarlane Charles, wheelwright, bds. Wilson's, Orchard 
M Mack Jacob, currier, boards Leucine's, North avenue 
£j Mack Jeremiah, laborer, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 

2 Mack Julia, wid. house 14 Garden ^ 

K Mack Margeret, wid. house 9 Rice place fed 

Mack Mary E. Miss, h. rear 74 Washington W 

Mack Michael, laborer house Foster court, near Willard gp 

g Mack Michael, laborer, bds. Cowperthwait -^ 

O Mack Timothy, laborer, house Mt. Auburn, near Willard § 

»-h Mack Wm. H. cabinet maker, h. Cambridge, junction Bridge Z 

+» Mackay Andrew, carpenter, h. Porter, n. Medford £> 

g Mackay T. Barnard, merchant (7 Doane, B.), h. Brattle, CO 

P-i cor. Willard p 

Mackenzie Colin G. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.), printer, Uni- 5 
A versity Press, Brattle square, house 52 Concord ave. 

£ Mackin James, door-mat weaver, h. Pleasant, n. Walnut ^ 

J£ Madden Ann, wid. of John, h. 198 Bridge U1 

*** Madden Daniel J. glass-blower, h. 2 Hastings £ 

-g Madden Martin, pedler, h. 73 Third P 

q Madden Thomas, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge R 

^ Maddox E. A. cooper, h. Thorndike, cor. Eighth o 

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Maffit Wm. bds. 8 Davis 

Magahy Andrew B. teamster, h. Garden, opp. Wyeth 

Magee Martha W. wid. Henry F. h. 12 Chestnut 

Magee Patrick, laborer, h. 92 Webster ave. 

Magee W. Webster, clerk, bds. 12 Chestnut 

Maginn John, provisions, h. Ill Fourth 

Magnus H. P. traveling agent, h. 15 Pine [Broadway 

Magoun Aaron B. master, Harvard grammar school, h. 315 

Magoun Franklin D. machinist, bds. 62 Otis 

Magoun Jos. machinist, h. 62 Otis 

Maguire Ann Miss, h. 380 Cambridge 

Maguire Francis, oil-manufacturer, Broadway, n. Bird's foun- 
dry and (27 Broad, B.) h. 151 Austin 

Maguire Francis jr. book-keeper, bds. 151 Austin 

Maguire Frank, clergyman, h. 107 Thorndike 

Maguire James Wm. book-keeper, bds. Hotel Flanders 

Maguire John, blacksmith, h. 148 Bridge 

Maguire Michael, glass-worker, h. West, n. Lee 

Maguire Philip, h. Charles, n. Court 

Maguire Terrance, teamster, h. 224 Bridge 

Mahady Catharine, widow Thomas, h. 6 Cowperthwait 

Mahady Daniel J. cabinet maker, h. 1 1 East Perry 

Mahady John, organ maker (B.), h. 73 Pleasant 

Mahoney Cain, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Gore 

Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, h. r. East, n. Bridge 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, bds. 200 Dublin 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. Sparks, n. Mt. Auburn 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. 452 Cambridge 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. Bolton, n. clay pit 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. 20 North 

Mahoney Edwin, laborer, h. 16 North 

Mahoney Ellen Miss, bread store, 54 Gore, h. do. 

Mahoney James, laborer, h. 11 Water 

Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, h. 105 Fourth 

Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, h. Jackson 

Mahoney Jerry, laborer, boards 105 Elm 

Mahoney Mary, wid. h. Washington ct. 

Mahoney Michael, shoe-maker, h. Clay, n. Spruce 

Mahoney Michael J. carpenter, h. 7 Lopez 

Mahoney Patrick, shoe-maker, bds. Clark's, North ave. 

M money Timothy, laborer, h. 231 Webster ave. 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. School, near Harrison 

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O Mahoney Wm. carpenter, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge r+ 

g Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, bds. 24 Dunster 5 

pa Mahony Frederick, finisher, h. 6 Water ^ 

Mahony Mary, wid. of John, h. 247 Franklin O 
O Mahony Patrick, glass-blower, h. 26 North 

£3 Maiers Helen, wid. h. Chestnut, n. Waverley ^ 

qJ Maiers Helen J. Miss, school-teacher, bds. Mrs. Helen £ 

Maiers', Chestnut [n. Sydney B 

£ Maiers Orlando A. gas-fitter (12 Sudbury, B.), h. Chestnut, 7Q 

9* Maighan Peter, junk-dealer h. 71 Pleasant [ave. S 

H Maitland Alexander, cloth-printer, bds. Porter's Hotel, North g 

$ MAITLAND JAMES, blacksmith, 225 Main ^ J 

Malay Arthur, engineer, h. 13 Valentine ^ 

2 Malay Patrick, laborer, bds. Valentine, n. Brookline g ^ 
9 Maleman Fred, cabinet maker, h. 73 Cambridge p, 5 
h Mallon John, laborer, h. 119 Pleasant ►* 
§ Mallory Richard P. engraver (B.), h. 21 Hancock ^ M . 
•d Mallows James Mrs. provision dealer, 534 Main, h. do. ^P 
^ Malloy John, laborer, h. Concord ave. n. railroad £ O 
^ Malneborg Nicholas, blacksmith, h. 222 Broadway [3 2 
q Malone James, at N. E. Glass Co.'s, bds. 39 Winter g 

pq . Malone Peter, fireman, h. 112 Dublin [Cambridge g £? 

Pl-I Malone Philip, tinman (145 Charlestown, B.), h. Norfolk, n. § 

Malone Thos. F. glass-maker (Somerville), bds. Bridge, opp £$q 

Bay State Glass Works [jail g g 

M Maloney Daniel, at Boston Stamping Co.'s, h. Court, n. the CD 

fc Maloney Patrick, flagman, h. 271 Main - O 

<J Maloney Wm. laborer, h. Tannery, n. North ave. tjj^ 

p$ Maloon John W. tinsmith, h. Franklin, n. Pleasant g P 

1*1 Maloy Michael, hostler, h. Bridge, n. Mansion House g* e* 

Mandell Wm. A. ins. broker (20 State, B,), h. 93 Austin p B 

o5 Mandell Wm. J. clerk (B.), h. 93 Austin " g 

3 Manes Harriet E. Mrs. h. Elm, n. Somerville «* 
O Mangan Michael, wheelwright, Henderson's, h. Somerville 

^5 Manix Patrick, teamster, h. 122 Spring Q 

"g M ankey Albert, sawyer, h. 29 Seventh t*J 

ri Manley Daniel, laborer, h. 68 Harvard [Follen P 

f^ Mann Benj. P. student, H. U. bds. Mrs. Horace Mann's, ^ 

Mann Geo. C. bds. Mrs. Horace Mann's, 19 Follen ^ 

Mann Horace Mrs. h. 19 Follen " 

§ Mann James F. (Grant & Mann), furniture maker, bds. 5 

gj Broadway, cor. Court [West Newton S 

Mann Jonathan (Alexander McDonald & Co.), granite, h. at g 

*8 Mann Rufus, boots and shoes, Harvard sq. h. 12 Dunster fcrj 

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Manning Abby A. Miss, h. 57 Mt. Auburn 

Manning Edmund, boot and shoe-dealer, 445 Main, h. 109 

Walnut [cor Linden 

Manning Elizabeth B. widow of Dr. Samuel, h. Harvard, 
Manning Henry M. S. box-maker, h. 49 Elm 
Manning John, clerk (B.), h. 54 Elm 
Manning Mary, wid. James, h. Third, n. Charles 
Manning Michael, laborer, h. Cambridge, n. Columbia 
Manning Patrick, laborer, h. Sparks, cor. Mt. Auburn [ave. 
Manning Patrick, car-driver, h. r. Mt. Auburn, n. Elmwood 
Manning Wm. J. saloon, 131 Bridge, bds. Mansion House 
Mannka Frederick, cabinet maker/h. 95 Sixth 
Mansfield' Daniel, school-teacher, bds. A. F. Shepherd's, 27 

Trowbridge [ton 

Mansfield D. Gardner, travelling agent (B.), h. 12 Arling- 
Mansfield Garrett, laborer, bds. 8 Davis 
Mansfield James, laborer, bds. 8 Davis 

Mansfield Thos. laborer, h. r. Mt. Auburn, n. Elmwood ave. 
Mansfield Tobias, hostler, h. Lambert, n. Gore 
Mansise Wm. glass-cutter, h. Hampshire, n. Columbia 
Manson John, cabinet maker, h. 136 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H. (Gay, Manson & Co.), iron (Fulton, cor. 

Cross, B.), h. 303 Harvard 
Manson Sally Miss, h 71 Green 
Manson Sally, wid. of Frederick, h. 71 Green 
Manuel Samuel, pedler, h. 5 Hamilton 
Manzies James, tailor, h. 52 Winter 
Mara Thomas, gardener, h. Washington court 
Marble Benj. T. pattern maker, h. 31 Baldwin 
March Albert, brakeman, B. & A. R. R. h. 482 Cambridge 
March Frank H. (61 Milk, B.), bds. John S. March's, 28 

Fayette 
March John S. banker (81 Milk, B.),h. 28 Fayette 
March Waldo (42 High, B.), bds. J. S. March's, 28 Fayette 
Marcon J. h. 42 Garden 

Marcroft Wm. boot and shoe-maker, 539 Main, bds. ,449 do. 
Marden Albion D. blacksmith, bds. 24 Dunster 
Maiden Wm. h. 5 Pioneer pi. 

Marden Wm. H. car-conductor, h. 3 Wallace [Dana 

Marean G. G. commission merchant (105 Summer, B.),h. 66 
Marean Henry H. salesman (B.), h. 73 Dana 
Marean J. M. clerk (B.), bds. Marean's, 73 Dana 
Marean Joseph H. salesman, h. 60 Columbia 
Marean Joseph P. h. 73 Dana 

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*g Marean Susan, wid. Wm. h. 19 Ellsworth ave. . 

O Margi Wm. currier, Muller's tannery O* 

W Margot James, watch-maker (Bedford, B.), h. 68 Broadway £ 

- Marie Henry J. agent (Traveller, State, B.), h. 50 Pearl £? 

§ Marie Wallace R. (Hall & Marie, nk, B.), h. 6 Windsor °l 

,5 Markham Chas. L. clerk (B.), h. 14 Warland Q 

Ph Maroney Joanna Mrs. house Lambert, near Gore O* 

Maroney John, stone-cutter, boards 157 Main g* 

^ Marooney Edward, boot-fitter, h. 43 Reed g* 

d Marquis George, carpenter, house 6 Antrim 0q 

© Marra Andrew, blacksmith, house 150 Green p 

En Marrah John, laborer, h. rear Mt. Auburn, near Willard "~* 

w Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank building, house «J 

t* Highland avenue <r»» 

,q Marrs Charles, carpenter, h. foot Seventh st. ct. mj 
Mars James W. house 1 Sixth [395 Main, house do. 

rt MARSDEN JAMES, grocer and dealer in coal and wood, q 

q Marsden Richard, coach-painter, h. at Somerville m 

Marsden Thomas, clerk, James Marsden's, h. 19 Green q 

y Marsh Benj. F. clerk, 110 Cambridge, bds. Winter, n. Fourth W# I 

O Marsh Chas. S. clerk, Cambridge, cor. Third, bds. 38 Fourth § Q 

H Marsh Charles W. glass-blower, house 155 Main cTW 

P* Marsh Frank H. machinist, bds. 61 Third p 
Marsh Henry, paper hanger, house 112 Elm 

Marsh James B. boards Winter, near Fourth q 

M Marsh John, house Winter, near Fourth |> 

£* Marsh Joseph V. glass-maker, h. 157 Main £rj 

<J Marsh Sarah, widow George, house 86 Spring £3 

p$ Marsh Walter R. hatter, house Winter, near Fourth W 

Pr Marsh Wm. J. S. glass-maker, house 34 Market *** 

Marshall E. M. clerk, Wm. Hutchins', Milk, cor. Cottage, 8* 

m boards at Somerville q 

g Marshall Isaiah P. hostler, 90 Harvard Q 

O Marshall Laura A. Mrs. house foot East - 

"3 Marshall Truman, paper carrier, h. rear 44 Windsor ^ 

*g Marshall Wm. P. liquors (7 Minot's block, B.), h. 70 Prospect M 

Marsters John M. clergyman, house 1 Orchard g 

Marston Abbot, gilder, house 73 Third P« 

bo Marston Chas. C. car-driver, bds. Geo. A. Marston's, Spruce tf* 

.S Marston Geo. A. policeman, house 16 Spruce ®* 

1£ Marston Geo. W. iron-founder, house 9 Windsor 5P 

jxj Marston Henry W. Mrs. house 40 School 8 

4a Marston Mary, widow, h. Spruce, near North avenue « 

o MARTAIN GEO. E. photographer, Main, cor. Court, house © 

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Martain John C. house 1 Broadway 

Martell Frank E. piano-key frame-maker, h. 97 Washington 
Martell Patrick, teamster, house 172 Dublin [Follen 

Martin Abel C. architect (18 Pemberton sq. B.), house 51 
Martin Albert, photographer (B.), bds. E.Martin's, Harvard, 

near Lee 
Martin Charles, surgeon, U. S. NT. h. Brattle, corner Willard 
Martin Charles H. clerk, boards 7 Prospect 
Martin E. Mrs. (Bradley & Martin), dress and cloak-maker, 

and millinery, 648 Main, house 646 Main 
Martin Edward, currier, house 93 Fifth 
Martin George W. hair-dresser, house 45 Washington 
Martin Harrison, teamster, house 5 Wheatland blk. Cambridge 
Martin James, shoe-maker, house Brighton, n. the bridge 
Martin James, sail-maker (114 Commercial, B.), house Ham- 
ilton, near Pearl 
Martin James A. sail and tent-maker (114 Commercial,B.), 

house 31 Brookline, corner Auburn 
Martin John D. house Brookline, near Valentine 
Martin John, boot and shoe-maker and repairer,544 Main h. do. 
Martin John, laborer, house 43 Washington 
Martin John, teamster, house 6 School 
Martin John A. house foot Seventh st. court 
Martin Joseph, laborer, house 106 Spruce 
Martin L. B. jeweller (B.), boards 24 Follen 
Martin Lewis, laborer, house 36 Hastings 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Crane 
Martin Michael, gilder, house 62 Harvard 
Martin Owen, shoe-maker, Harvard sq. r. Post Office, house 

454 Broadway 
Martin Peter (McDermott & Martin), tailor, Holyoke House, 

near Harvard square 
Martin Phelix, brick-maker, house Dublin, near brickyard 
Martin R. Mrs. house 306 Harvard 

Martin Stephen, iron-moulder, house Tremont, n. Cambridge 
Martin Thomas, cabinet maker, house 52 Union 
Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles 
Martin William H. law-student, bds. 2nd. arbor, off Norfolk 
Martin Wm. A. hardware (6 Dock sq. B.), bds. E. Martin's, 

Harvard, near Lee 
Martin Wm. H. wheelwright, 442 Main, house $1 Norfolk 
Marvin Charles, police, boards 124 Austin 
Marvin Joseph H. carpenter, house 128 Pearl 
Marvin Mary Mrs. house 9 Fremont 
Marvin Thomas, carpenter and builder, house 23 Park 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
Lashes for sale at lowest prices, wholesale and retail. 





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MANUFACTURERS OF 

I TENTS 

FLAGS, 

WAGON 
:- COVERS, 

Italian and Store Awnings, 

CANVAS SIGNS, BOAT SAILS, &c. 

Particular attention paid to the making of 

CAMPAIGN FLAGS, 

Vessels 9 Coloi*s and. Burgees, 

AGENTS FOR 

GALE & CO.'S FIELD AND LAWN TENTS. 




DEALERS IN 



Water & Mildew -Proof Duck 
and Awning Stripes,, 

Tent Poles, JPins, Slides, & Awning Fixtures. 

We have several large tents, that will seat from fOO to 3000 persons 
to DINE under, which, we will LET on reasonable terms. 

JAMES MARTIN & SON, 

114 Commercial Street, Boston. 



James Martin, 



James A. Martin. 



WM. T. GALE & CO. 

IIABUFACTtTKERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

WATCHES, 

DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, 



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SILVER PLATED WARE, 

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No. 221 Washington Street, 

Opposite Franklin Street, 
BOSTON, 

Agents for Rogers, Smith, & Co.'s Silver-Plated 
TABLE WARE. 



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Marvin Win. J. carpenter, house 102 Austin 
q Mason F. A. type-moulder (B.), house rear 49 Clark 

Mason Francis M. carpenter (B.), house 5 Dover 
qT Mason James M. shoe-maker, house 28 Pleasant 
§ Mason John F. Mrs. house South, near Brighton 
gj Mason John W. machinist, house 44 Austin 
Mason Joseph, carpenter, house 41 Windsor 
,5 Mason Joseph H. brass-finisher, house 13 Pine 
Pi MASON J. T. cigar dealer, 617J Main, bds. 44 Austin 
9 Mason Mary, widow Luke, house 498 Harvard 
£ Mason Mary D. Miss, house 6 State 

Mason Newell P. carpenter, house 2 Worcester 
g Mason Richard, boot-maker (Tremont row, B.), house 22 
© East Perry 

*% Mason Sumner R. Mrs. house Pleasant, near Main 
9 Mason Wm. A. (W. A. Mason & Co.), civil engineer, 593£ 
M Main, house Raymond, near Linnaean 

O Massachusetts Fruit Preserving Co., Main, West Boston bridge, 

N. C. Pike, treasurer 
M Master Charles, dentist, 3 Norfolk, house do. 
Q Matchett Chas. H. builder, house 7 Ellsworth avenue 
H Mathews Aun Mrs. h. Lopez, n. Brookline 
P* Mathews John W. painter, house 75 Inman 
pj Mathews Mary A. widow Thomas, house 22 Watson 

Mathews Thomas, teamster, boards 8 Davis 
M Mathews William, Cambridge Yeast Co. house 82 Rive? 
£5 Mathews Wm. P. shoe-maker, house 75 Inman 
<\ Mathieson Mary, widow Bryant, candies, &c. Cambridge, 
Ph next William Dailey's stables, house do. 

" Matoney John, stone-cutter, bds. 157 Main 

Matte Hercules, brick-maker, h. Dublin, near brickyard 
w Mattes Chas. clerk, bds. Joseph G. Wieland's, Harvard, cor. 
§ Trowbridge [Western avenue 

£ Matthes Henry W. watch and clock-maker (B.), house 30 
ri Matthews Eugene H. printer, h. near 60 Columbia 
fl Matthews James M. printer, house 146 Mt. Auburn 
£ Matthews Richard, house 28 Lee 

Matthews Richard S. teller (National Bank of the Common- 
&p wealth, B.), boards 28 Lee 

.9 Matton E. house 369 Main 
+* Mauh Gottleeb, cabinet maker, house 7 Vine 
&h Maxwell John, upholsterer, house 24 Fourth 
^ May James, baker, house 94 Spring 

g May John E. commission merchant (67 Commercial wharf, 
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May Joseph H. machinist, h. Magazine, cor. Somerset pi. 

Mayall Daniel, machinist, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 

Mayberry Elijah N. tinman, house 36 Auburn 

Mayer Charles, currier, h. North ave. corner Tannery 

Mayer Frederick, book-binder, h. 11 Walnut court 

Mayers Aaron B. carpenter, house 104 Pearl 

Mayers John L. carpenter, house 104 Pearl 

Maynard Abel, boards 18 Windsor 

MAYNARD EBEN W. hats, caps &c. 571 Main, house 12 

Webster 
Maynard Franklin, pedler, rubber cement, h. 195 Mt. Auburn 
Maynard Gideon Mrs. h. Daniels court 
Maynard Geo. C. salesman (B.), h. Daniels court 
Maynard Henry O. stereotyper, h. 2 Symond's blk. DeWolf 
Maynard John W. clerk, bds. 12 Webster 
Maynard Wm. E. conductor, U. R. R. bds. Daniels court 
MAYNARD & POTTER (M. A. Maynard and W. W. 

Potter), coal, wood, lumber, lime &c. Willard's wharf, 

foot of Brighton 
Mayo Jonathan, laborer, h. 1 Rollin's court 
Mayo Timothy M. driver, bds. 71 Cambridge 
McAleer Catherine, widow, h. 263 Mt. Auburn 
McAleer John J. brush-maker, h. 57 Charles 
McAleer Peter, carpenter, h. 5 Willow place 
Mc Allen Chas. laborer, h. 116 Brookline 
McAllen Dennis, laborer, h. Lechmere place 
McAllister William, shoe-maker, h. Eighth, near Cambridge 
McAloney John, carpenter, bds. 94 Auburn 
McArdle John, teamster, h. 11 Sargent 
McArthur Cornelius, carpenter, Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

(Kirkland, Belmont) 
McArthur Mathias, h. Appian Way 
McAvinie Bridget Miss, dress-maker, Third, cor. Gore 
McBaron Ann, widow, h. 127^ Bridge 
McBaron Dennis, laborer, h. rear 419 Cambridge 
McBay John, engineer, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. 6 N. Sixth 
Mc Bride James, Jaborer, h. Concord ave. n. Ale wive brook 
McBride John, teamster, h. rear 8 Vine 
McBride Margaret, widow, h. 89 Spruce 
McCabe Bernard, laborer, h. Murdock, near Hampshire 
McCabe James, pedler, h. Willow place 
McCabe Patrick, barrel dealer, h. 180 Windsor 
McCabe Patrick, h. 63 Dublin 
McCabe Samuel, laborer, h. 59 North 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, house Blair place 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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- McCaffrey Bridget, h. 49 Vine - 

McCaffrey Catherine Mrs. h. 53 Charles 

§ McCaffrey Edward, laborer, house 48 Broadway Q 

JS McCaffrey H. Felix, laborer (B.), h. Green, near Bay o 

P* McCaffrey Hugh, harness maker (B.), h. Cambridge, corner £? 

q Hideout p' 

7^ McCaffrey Philip, teamster, h. 7 Conlon's court Cfq 

d McCaig David W. tailor, h. rear 12 Winter p 

§ McCall Jane Mrs. h. 358 Broadway £. 

H McCalvey James Mrs. h. 99 Green g* 

M McCann Bridget Miss, h. 23 Fifth g- 

§J McCann Daniel, laborer, h. Elm, near Cambridge }2 

,Q McCann Eliza, widow, h. 2 Brooks 

Q McCann Mathew, bds. 163 Windsor q 

2 McCanna John, brush-maker, h. 126 Court y^ 

q McCanna Mary Miss, h. 152 Gore O O 

McCanna Owen, laborer, h. Porter, cor. Warren r+ £j 

M McCarron Edward, teamster, h. Lambert, near Cambridge p Q 

O McCart Terrence, laborer, h. 4 Vine ' W 

W McCarthy Anna, widow Michael, h. 26 Sparks <j 

" McCarthy Charles, upholsterer, h. (B.) ? 

pq McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 64 Harvard Q 

McCarthy Daniel, moulder, bds. 6 Pine |> 

M McCarthy Daniel, blacksmith, h. 31 Webster ave. # 

2 McCarthy Daniel, tanner, house Dublin 2j 

Jj McCarthy Dennis, shoe-maker, h. rear 77 Elm g 

P McCarthy John, gardener, house Appleton 

R McCarthy John F. clerk (B.), h. 134 Harvard 8* 

McCarthy John H. (McCarthy & Long), plumber and gas- Q 

°2 fitter, 69 Cambridge, h. Bridge, near Mansion House O 

§ McCarthy Mary Mrs. h. 6 Pine T 

,2 McCarthy & Long (John McCarthy and John Long), plumb- £* 

£ ing and gas-fitting, 69 Cambridge „ 

£ McCarty Alexander, stone-cutter, h. 43 Charles p 

pj McCarty Charles, laborer, h. Montgomery, near Spruce P* 

McCarty Charles, laborer, h. 7 Reed tf* 

*P McCarty Charles, pork-packer, h. Elm, near Cambridge 

•9 McCarty Daniel, laborer, h. 3 Kinnard p 

tt McCarty Daniel, laborer, h. Harvey, opp. Clay Q 

fe McCarty Daniel, laborer, h. 7- Winter U 

^a McCarty Dennis, glass-maker, h. 8 Fifth q 

g McCarty Dennis, laborer, h. Webster ave. near Cambridge *"* 

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McCarty Dennis, laborer, h. 102 Gore 
McCarty Ellen Mrs. h. North, cor. East x 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, h. 4 East Perry 
McCarty James, laborer, h. North, near Short 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, bds. Ellery, near Harvard 
McCarty Jeremiah, tailor, h. 67 Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h. 184 Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h. 68 Harvard 
McCarty Jeremiah, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 1 Linnehan's blk. 
McCarty John, laborer, h. 156 Green 
McCarty John, h. 175 Cambridge 
McCarty John, laborer, h. 325 Cambridge 
McCarty John, marble-cutter, bds. 70 Spruce 
McCarty John, merchant tailor, 242 Cambridge 
McCarty John Mrs. h. 57 Amory 
McCarty John Mrs. h. rear Gore, near Third 
McCarty Margaret Mrs. h. rear East, near Bridge 
McCarty Mary, widow Dennis, h. 192 Bridge 
McCarty Maurice, laborer, h. 6 Lechmere place 
McCarty Michael, engineer, h. Jones alley 
McCarty Michael Mrs. h. Winter, cor. Third 
McCarty Michael, engineer, 426 Main. h. Franklin 
McCarty Michael, straw-cutter, h. 17 Harvard 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, h. McCabe, near Cambridge 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, h. rear 42 Washington 
McCarty Patrick, teamster, h. North, near East 
McCarty Thomas, blacksmith, h. 59 Hampshire 
McCarty Timothy, iron-moulder, h. 6 School 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, h. 419 Cambridge 
McCarty Wra. moulder, h. 112 Hampshire 
McCarvill James,teamster, h. 11 Cedar 
McCarville James, laborer, h. West, near Lee 
McCarville James jr. glass-cutter, bds. 13 West 
McCarville Owen, glass-cutter, bds. 13 West 
McCaw H. confectioner, bds. 2 Harrison 
McClancey Edmund, carpenter, h. 5 Linnehan's blk. Third 
McClary David N. policeman, h. Leighton ct. near East 
McClellan James, teamster, h. Brighton, near the bridge 
McClennan William, teamster, h. 110 Brookline 
McCloskey Arthur, stone-cutter, Third, near Charles 
McCloskey Charles, cabinet maker, h. Mullen's court 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, Bridge, near Cambridge, house 
Winter, near Third [house 54 Fifth 

McCloskey Michael, tailor (10 Faneuil Hall square, B.), 

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McCluskey H. stone-cutter, h. 125 Court § 

McClusker James, h. East, near Bridge 



g McColley John, carpenter, h. 63 Winter 



McComb Thomas, slater, house 8 Antrim £ 

** McConnell Andrew, carpenter, h. 65 Spruce ^ 

© McConnell Dan. grocer, 39 and 41 Spruce, h. do. 

p* McConnell , slater, bds. Kent's Hotel, h. 15 School ct. g 

9 McConologue Charles, currier, bds. Leuchte's, North ave. g 

9> McCORMICK BERNARD J. restaurant, 119 Cambridge, K 

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oq McCormick Dominick, cooper, bds. 390 Main £> ^ 

© McCormick Edmund, slater, h. 145 Franklin w g 

Ȥ McCormick James, laborer, house Cowperthwait, n. Beaver p *-t 

9 McCormick James, glass-maker, h. rear 149 Bridge P ^_, # 

S McCormick James, laborer, house Donnell, cor. Tuttle P 

O McCormick James A. clerk, h. Winter, near Third j§J q 

„ McCormick James H. glass-maker, h. rear 149 Bridge £ 

M McCormick John, boiler maker, house 19 School £ 

^ McCormick John, laborer, h. Third, cor. Gore g O 

?j McCormick Margaret Mrs. h. Lambert, n. Cambridge g § 

1—1 McCormick Mary, widow, h. Franklin alley CD g" 

pj McCormick Patrick, slaughter-house, Cambridge, near *"* g 

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M McCormick Peter, carpenter, h. Oxford, cor. Sacramento [J O 

2 McCormick Richard, mason, h. Cambridge, n. Lambert CD 3 

2 McCormick Wm. H. carriage maker, bds. Atwill's, Burrill T*" p 

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McCorrey John, watchman, h. 123 Brookline fcj! 



McCourt Bernard, glass-maker, bds. 139 Cambridge g g 

Mc Court Charles, laborer, h. Green, n. Bay g- g 

g McCourt James, h. 179 Bridge p & 
O McCourt James, glass maker, bds. 139 Cambridge 

2 McCourt John, hack-driver, h. 16 Irving pi. Q 

5 McCourt Michael, glass-maker, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge W 

Q McCourt Patrick, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge O 
pLj McCourt William, painter, h. Winthrop, n. Dunster 

McCoy Edwin A. miller, h. River, opp. Blackstone ^ 
§* McCoy George M. clerk (B.J, h. 18 Rockwell 

£ McCoy Madison, miller, h. 18 Rockwell [Wendell O 

j{3 McCoy Thomas S. hair-dresser, Holyoke, cor. Harvard, h. rj| 

" McCoy Wm. laborer, h. 18 Somerset g 

<g McCoy Wm. tailor, Brattle sq. h. 83 Brattle 2 

^O McCoy William J. stone-mason, h. Valentine, n. Pearl ^ 

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McCracken James, stone-cutter, h. 18 Wlllard 

McCreghan John, laborer, house 14 Dublin . [Cedar 

McCrehan James, teamster, bds. McCrehan's, Spruce, n. 

McCrehan Jeremiah, brick-manuf. Dublin, h. 54 Spruce 

McCristal James, pedler, h. Jefferson, near Rideout 

McCrosson John Mrs. h. rear 382 Cambridge 

McCue Catharine, widow Patrick, h. Stevens' ct. Fourth 

McCue Dennis, laborer, h. 14 Windsor 

McCue John-, bds. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Martin, laboror, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Patrick, laborer, bds. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Thomas, F. carpenter, h. 98 Tremont 

McCuen James, barrel dealer, h. 20 Webster avenue 

McCuen James, laborer, h. 10 Pine 

McCulloch Emily Mrs. h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. 

McCulloch John, shoe-maker, h. Hampshire, cor. Portland 

McCulloch Samuel, h. 173 Harvard 

McCullow Barney, hostler, h. 28 Windsor 

McCullow Charles, teamster, h. 28 Windsor 

McCullow Francis, teamster, h. 28 Windsor 

McCurdy , glass blower, bds. 60 Washington 

Mc Damon Frank, box-maker, h. 57 Amory 
McDaniel Samuel W. clergyman, h. 90 Thorndike 
McDermont Edward, printer, h. rear 19 Short 
McDermott Alice, widow of Thomas, h. Elm, n. Hampshire 
McDermott Bridget, widow, h. Elm, near Cambridge 
McDermott Catherine, widow, h. Pleasant, cor. Somerset 
McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 Sparks st. plac e 
McDermott James (McDermott & Martin), tailor, Holyoke 

House, n. Harvard sq. h. 6 Cherry 
McDermott James, coachman, h. n. Fort Washington 
McDermott James, glass-maker, h. Elm, n. Cambridge 
McDermott James J. tailor, h. 6 Cherry 
McDermott John, tailor, h. 24 Fifth 
McDermott John H. laborer, bds. 123 Pleasant 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 
McDermott Patrick, music teacher h. 24 North Fifth 
McDermott Thomas, grocer, 159 Columbia, h. do. 
McDonald Alexander, rooms rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
McDonald Alexander, saddler, h. 1 1 Conlon's ct. Court st. 
McDonald Alexander (Alexander McDonald & Co.), marble 

cutter, Brattle, h. Mt. Auburn 
MCDONALD ALEXANDER & CO. (Alexander McDon- 
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McDonald Andrew D. carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

McDonald Coll, boot and shoe-maker, h. Third, n. Charles 

McDonald Daniel, stair-builder, h. 16 Harvard 

McDonald Daniel, laborer, h. 43 Vine 

McDonald Daniel, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson 

McDonald Donald, shipwright and caulker, h. 51 Cambridge 

McDonald Duncan, boiler maker, h. 12 Harrison 

McDonald Edward, brick-layer, h. 1 Porter 

McDonald Hugh, grocer, Montgomery, n. Spruce, h. do. 

McDonald Hugh, carpenter, h. Harvey, n. Reed 

McDonald James, laborer, h. 106 Harvard LWarren 

McDonald Jefferson W. carpenter, h. Cambridge, beyond 

McDonald John, carpenter, bds. 88 Third 

McDonald John, laborer, h. 105;Spruce 

McDonald John, laborer, h. Willow place 

McDonald John, laborer, h. Porter 

McDonald John, stone-mason, h. 6 Somerset 

McDonald Joseph, carpenter, h. 105 Fourth 

McDonald Martin, laborer, h. Kinnard, n. Putnam 

McDonald Morris Mrs. h. 16 Bolton 

McDonald Murdock, stone-cutter, h. Conlon's court 

McDonald Patrick, farmer, h. 180 Dublin 

McDonald Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 52 Putnam 

McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Vine 

McDonald Patrick J. laborer, bds. McDonald's , 105 Spruce 

McDonald Patrick, house 109 Windsor 

McDonald Patrick H. britannia worker, h. 129 Court 

McDonald Peter, house 6 Lopez 

McDonald Thomas, laborer, house 53 Vine 

McDonald William, carpenter, h. Spring, near Third 

McDonald , laborer, house 90 Fifth 

McDonald & Hooey, saloon, 177 Bridge 

McDonnell Matthew, laborer, h. 51 Vine 

McDonnell Thomas, laborer, bds. 136 Bridge 

McDonnough C. junk-dealer, Rideout 

McDonough William, laborer, house 8 Rice place 

McDougall Alexander, laborer, house 2 Dickinson 

McDowell James H. baker, house 463 Main 

McDowell William, laborer, house 23 Fifth [Auburn 

McDuffie John, post-master, 559 Main, Cambridgeport, h. 89 

McElerney Bernard, shoe-maker, house 18 Donnell 

McElhaney Alex. g;ass-maker, boards 119 Harvard 

McElhaney James,- glass-maker, house 47 Pine 

McEllroy Alexander, house 29 Front 

McEllroy Cecilia A. Mrs. dress-maker, h. 152 Elm 

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McELLRO Y WILLIAM, confectioner, 440 Harvard, h. do. ^ ^ 

McElrevey Daniel, brass-melter, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge g 02 
McElroy Daniel, cooper, house Charles, n. Fourth 

McElroy Edward, glass-cutter, h. 49 Fifth g g 

McElroy Elizabeth, widow, house Court, n. Charles g # q 

McElroy Francis, building mover, house Vine, cor. Fourth P 1-3 

McElroy Frank, carpenter, h. 3 Linnehan's block, Third GO 

McElroy Hugh, grease-collector, h. rear 58 Charles r+ ^ 

McElroy Hugh H. glass-blower, 137 Bridge, h. Somerville o 

McElroy James, laborer, house 103 Fourth g. CQ 

McElroy James, laborer, house 378 Cambridge ■ 3 

McElroy Joseph, laborer, house 5 Rice place q 

McElroy Joseph, carpenter, house 105 Kinnard M" 

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McElroy Patrick J. glass-blower, h. Fourth, n. Winter £3 

McElroy Peter, glass-maker, bds. 103 Fourth kj 

McElroy William, house rear 123 Court 

McEvoy Thomas, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge 

McFadden John, laborer, h. 263 Mt. Auburn 

McFadden Stephen, fireman, h. 261 Franklin 

McFarland Edgar H. painter, bds. 40 Washington 

McFarland James C. horse-trader, h. 26 Sydney 

McFarland J. B. carpenter, h. 41 Union 

McFarland John, clerk (B. ), bds. 2 Harrison 

McFarland John, laborer, house 22 Foster 

McFarland Wm. H. confectioner, 55 Brookline, h. do. 

McFarnald Wm. confectioner, h. 71 Spring [Winter 

McFeely John, glass-blower, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. rear 29 




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McGee Warren H. painter, h. rear 95 River Q 

j- •» McGehey John, mason, h. 126 Court • 
C bfl McGeoch Alexander, h. 87 Washington 

2 [g McGeorge Mary Louisa Mrs. h. 12 Fremont £? Q 

g £ McGill James, h. 63 Auburn g • 

pq g McGillycuddy Daniel, laborer, h. r. Foster, n. Willard u 1 1 

§ McGilvray Peter, stair-builder, rooms 15 Clark 2. ^ 

*5 O McGinley Alexander, laborer, h. 4 Stinson's court & JJ 

S rt McGinley Patrick, shoe-maker, h. 2 Linnehan's blk. © h 
£, 5 McGinness Robert, tailor, Cambridge, cor. Lambert, h. do. *§ H 

M o McGinnis Bridget Miss, h. 108 Harvard 4 

m JZ| McGinnis George M. G. tailor, h. Bridge, opp. Water " M 

S „ McGinnis Hugh, carpenter, h. 24 East Perry m 

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2 McGinnis Mary Mrs. h. 9 Rideout g; 

g McGinnis Samuel, mason, bds. 3 Oak oq 

pq McGinnis , stair-builder, bds. 65 Columbia [63 Fifth m> 

McGirr Francis F. ^old-beater (16 Harvard place, B.), h. § 

g McGivney John, brass-moulder, house 50 Spring ^ 

c3 McGlinch James, laborer, h. 92 Fifth q* 

PL| McGlinchey Andrew, book-bifcder, h. Athens, n. Third £ 

McGlone Charles, saloon, 423 Cambridge, h. do. 5 

»-h McGolrick Edward, glass-worker, h. Charles, d. Fourth 

& McGourty Hugh, wood-turner, h. Jefferson, n. Rideout @ 

§ McGovern John, plasterer, h. Willow place r- 2 

|H McGovern John, drain-digger, h. 123 Spring tow 

M McGovern John B. fish-dealer, h. Cambridge, n. Seventh p 

t* McGovern Lawrence, boiler maker, h. 34 Charles p ^ 

^ McGovern Mary, widow, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge P* CD 

Q McGovern Mary, widow Patrick, h. Charles, n. Court j£» h* 

c3 McGovern Patrick, laborer, house Willow place V*" 

g McGovern Philip, teamster, h. Warren, n. Jefferson CQ p' 

McGovern Thomas, engineer, Rideout 5 q 

M McGowan Michael, boot-maker, house 22 Webster avenue g £ 

q McGowan Michael, mason tender, h. 105 Fourth P *"* 

pt] McGowen William, laborer, h. Brighton, near Eliot hj O 

Ph McGrane Patrick, porter, house 161 Franklin w g 

• McGrath C. H. carpenter, house 125 Hampshire «*-g" 

" McGrath Daniel, laborer, house 17 Pine CD g 

y McGrath J. H. laborer, house rear 149 Bridge 2- 

£3 McGrath John, engineer, h. Columbia, n. Webster ave. " ^ 

a McGrath Michael, works N. E. Glass Co/s, bds. 2 Water Wy 

McGrath Michael, laborer, house rear 149 Bridge xn 2 

[*< McGregor Dennis, carpenter, house 45 Reed O g" 

McGregor Duncan, book-binder, h. 17 Franklin P P 

xo McGregor John W. carver, house 41 Market p 

§ McGruder Patrick, confectioner, h. 68 Brimmer block, Har- 5* 

O McGue Thomas, laborer, house 150 Bridge [vard 

*c3 McGuiggin Charles, glass-presser, h. 3 Conlon's court q 

§ McGuire Francis, oil-manuf. Broadway, L. P. office (41 Id- Jjej 

c3 dia, B.), h. Austin, cor. Inman Q 

^ McGuire Frank, polisher, house 15 School 

bo McGuire John, laborer, house 48 Washington ^ 

,9 McGuire John, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

£ McGuire Matthew, teamster, house 66 Harvard j O 

ji[ McGuire Owen, laborer, house 138 Pleasant t^ 

McGuire Thomas, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Eliot S 

O McGurdy James, paper hanger, house 7 Vine 3 

t2 McGurdy Mary Ann, widow, house 7 Vine ^ 



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McCarty Dennis, laborer, h. 102 Gore 
McCarty Ellen Mrs. h. North, cor. East N 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, h. 4 East Perry 
McCarty James, laborer, h. North, near Short 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, bds. Ellery, near Harvard 
McCarty Jeremiah, tailor, h. 67 Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h. 184 Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h. 68 Harvard 
McCarty Jeremiah, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 1 Linnehan's blk. 
McCarty John, laborer, h. 156 Green 
McCarty John, h. 175 Cambridge 
McCarty John, laborer, h. 325 Cambridge 
McCarty John, marble-cutter, bds. 70 Spruce 
McCarty John, merchant tailor, 242 Cambridge 
McCarty John Mrs. h. 57 Amory 
McCarty John Mrs. h. rear Gore, near Third 
McCarty Margaret Mrs. h. rear East, near Bridge 
McCarty Mary, widow Dennis, h. 192 Bridge 
McCarty Maurice, laborer, h. 6 Lechmere place 
McCarty Michael, engineer, h. Jones alley 
McCarty Michael Mrs. h. Winter, cor. Third 
McCarty Michael, engineer, 426 Main. h. Franklin 
McCarty Michael, straw-cutter, h. 17 Harvard 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, h. McCabe, near Cambridge 
McCarty Patrick, laborer, h. rear 42 Washington 
McCarty Patrick, teamster, h. North, near East 
McCarty Thomas, blacksmith, h. 59 Hampshire 
McCarty Timothy, iron-moulder, h. 6 School 
McCarty Timothy, laborer, h. 419 Cambridge 
McCarty Wm. moulder, h. 112 Hampshire 
McCarvill James,teamster, h. 11 Cedar 
McCarville James, laborer, h. West, near Lee 
McCarville James jr. glass-cutter, bds. 13 West 
McCarville Owen, glass-cutter, bds. 13 West 
McCaw H. confectioner, bds. 2 Harrison 
McClancey Edmund, carpenter, h. 5 Linnehan's blk. Third 
McClary David N. policeman, h. Leighton ct. near East 
McClellan James, teamster, h. Brighton, near the bridge 
McClennan William, teamster, h. 110 Brookline 
McCloskey Arthur, stone-cutter, Third, near Charles 
McCloskey Charles, cabinet maker, h. Mullen's court 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, Bridge, near Cambridge, house 
Winter, near Third [house 54 Fifth 

McCloskey Michael, tailor (10 Faneuil Hall square, B.}, 



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° 277 Cambridge mj 

W McCluskey H. stone-cutter, h. 125 Court § 

q McClusker James, h. East, near Bridge . 

O McColley John, carpenter, h. 63 Winter ^ 

en McComb Thomas, slater, house 8 Antrim p 

" McConnell Andrew, carpenter, h. 65 Spruce P 
© McConnell Dan. grocer, 39 and 41 Spruce, h. do. 

p, McConnell , slater, bds. Kent's Hotel, h. 15 School ct g 

Q McConologue Charles, currier, bds. Leuchte's, North ave. g 

5 McCORMICK BERNARD J. restaurant, 119 Cambridge, K 

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oq McCormick Dominick, cooper, bds. 390 Main ^ ^ 

© McCormick Edmund, slater, h. 145 Franklin w g 

rQ McCormick James, laborer, house Cowperthwait, n. Beaver p *t 

9 McCormick James, glass-maker, h. rear 149 Bridge P" Hi 

2 McCormick James, laborer, house Donnell, cor. Tuttle p 

O McCormick James A. clerk, h. Winter, near Third [jjj q 

„ McCormick James H. glass-maker, h. rear 149 Bridge £ 

M McCormick John, boiler maker, house 19 School £ 

^ McCormick John, laborer, h. Third, cor. Gore B Q 

KH McCormick Margaret Mrs. h. Lambert, n. Cambridge g § 

~* McCormick Mary, widow, h. Franklin alley CD q 

jaj McCormick Patrick, slaughter-house, Cambridge, near *"* g 

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M McCormick Peter, carpenter, h. Oxford, cor. Sacramento £<* O 

S McCormick Richard, mason, h. Cambridge, n. Lambert o3 

Jj McCormick Wm. H. carriage maker, bds. Atwill's, Burrill <? p 

P McCorrey John, watchman, h. 123 Brookline tjjS 

McCourt Bernard, glass-maker, bds. 139 Cambridge O Q 

McCourt Charles, laborer, h. Green, n. Bay g- g 

g McCourt James, h. 179 Bridge p S 
O McCourt James, glass maker, bds. 139 Cambridge 

,3 McCourt John, hack-driver, h. 16 Irving pi. Q 

j5 McCourt Michael, glass-maker, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge fed 

m McCourt Patrick, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge O 
PLg McCourt William, painter, h. Winthrop, n. Dunster 

McCoy Edwin A. miller, h. River, opp. Blackstone ^ 
$ McCoy George M. clerk (B.), h. 18 Rockwell 

*43 McCoy Madison, miller, h. 18 Rockwell [Wendell O 

jtn McCoy Thomas S. hair-dresser, Holyoke, cor. Harvard, h. rj 

*** McCoy Wm. laborer, h. 18 Somerset g 

-g McCoy Wm. tailor, Brattle sq. h. 83 Brattle 9 

g> McCoy William J. stone-mason, h. Valentine, n. Pearl ^ 

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McCracken James, stone-cutter, h. 18 Wlllard 

McCreghan John, laborer, house 14 Dublin [Cedar 

McCrehan James, teamster, bds. McCrehan's, Spruce, n. 

McOehan Jeremiah, brick-manuf. Dublin, h. 54 Spruce 

McCristal James, pedler, h. Jefferson, near Rideout 

McCrosson John Mrs. h. rear 382 Cambridge 

McCue Catharine, widow Patrick, h. Stevens' ct. Fourth 

McCue Dennis, laborer, h. 14 Windsor 

McCue John-, bds. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Martin, laboror, h. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Patrick, laborer, bds. Murdock, n. Hampshire 

McCue Thomas, F. carpenter, h. 98 Tremont 

McCuen James, barrel dealer, h. 20 Webster avenue 

McCuen James, laborer, h. 10 Pine 

McCulloch Emily Mrs. h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. 

McCulloch John, shoe-maker, h. Hampshire, cor. Portland 

McCulloch Samuel, h. 173 Harvard 

McCullow Barney, hostler, h. 28 Windsor 

McCullow Charles, teamster, h. 28 Windsor 

McCullow Francis, teamster, h. 28 Windsor 

McCurdy , glass blower, bds. 60 Washington 

McDamon Frank, box-maker, h. 57 Amory 

McDaniel Samuel W. clergyman, h. 90 Thorndike 

McDermont Edward, printer, h. rear 19 Short 

McDermott Alice, widow of Thomas, h. Elm, n. Hampshire 

McDermott Bridget, widow, h. Elm, near Cambridge 

McDermott Catherine, widow, h. Pleasant, cor. Somerset 

McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 Sparks st. plac e 

McDermott James (McDermott & Martin), tailor, Holyoke 

House, n. Harvard sq. h. 6 Cherry 

g> McDermott James, coachman, h. n. Fort Washington 

r^ McDermott James, glass-maker, h. Elm, n. Cambridge 

*g McDermott James J. tailor, h. 6 Cherry 

rg McDermott John, tailor, h. 24 Fifth 

3 McDermott John H. laborer, bds. 123 Pleasant 

q McDermott Patrick, laborer, h. Jefferson, cor. Warren 

McDermott Patrick, music teacher h. 24 North Fifth 

& McDermott Thomas, grocer, 159 Columbia, h. do. 

U McDonald Alexander, rooms rear 65 Mt. Auburn 

i2 McDonald Alexander, saddler, h. 1 1 Conlon's ct. Court st 

McDonald Alexander (Alexander McDonald & Co.), marble 

of cutter, Brattle, h. Mt. Auburn 

tf MCDONALD ALEXANDER & CO. (Alexander McDon- 

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S McDonald Andrew D. carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge ^ 

O McDonald Coll, boot and shoe-maker, h. Third, n. Charles pj 

ffl McDonald Daniel, stair-builder, h. 16 Harvard jg" 

^ McDonald Daniel, laborer, h. 43 Vine » 

g McDonald Daniel, h. Warren, cor. Jefferson q 

rt McDonald Donald, shipwright and caulker, h. 51 Cambridge g* 

Ph McDonald Duncan, boiler maker, h. 12 Harrison g; 

McDonald Edward, brick-layer, h. 1 Porter m- 

7j* McDonald Hugh, grocer, Montgomery, n. Spruce, h. do. g 

g McDonald Hugh, carpenter, h. Harvey, n. Reed _ ^ 



McDonald James, laborer, h. 106 Harvard [Warren 



McDonald John, laborer, h. Willow place 



McDonald , laborer, house 90 Fifth 



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jf^ McDonald Joseph, carpenter, h. 105 Fourth q 

U McDonald Martin, laborer, h. Kinnard, n. Putnam y 

^T McDonald Morris Mrs. h. 16 Bolton . £, 

§ McDonald Murdock, stone-cutter, h. Conlon's court g 3 M 

pq McDonald Patrick, farmer, h. 180 Dublin g^ 

P4 McDonald Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 52 Putnam O ?4 

McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Vine P q 

McDonald Patrick J. laborer, bds. McDonald's , 105 Spruce |> 

y McDonald Patrick, house 109 Windsor £J 

g McDonald Patrick H. britannia worker, h. 129 Court ^ 

<^ McDonald Peter, house 6 Lopez H 

p5 McDonald Thomas, laborer, house 53 Vine w 

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,0 McDonnell Thomas, laborer, bds. 136 Bridge tf* 

& McDonnough C. junk-dealer, Rideout w 

McDonough William, laborer, house 8 Rice place j§ 

ij McDougall Alexander, laborer, house 2 Dickinson Pi 

McDowell James H. baker, house 463 Main ^ 

g> McDowell William, laborer, house 23 Fifth [Auburn ** 

•S McDuffie John, post-master, 559 Main, Cambridgeport, h. 89 g 2 

43 McElerney Bernard, shoe-maker, house 18 Donnell m 

fx< McElhaney Alex, glass-maker, boards 119 Harvard E 

-g McElhaney James,- glass-maker, house 47 Pine § 

q McEllroy Alexander, house 29 Front *"< 

*£ McEllroy Cecilia A. Mrs. dress-maker, h. 152 Elm ui 

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McElrevey Daniel, brass-melter, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge 

McElroy Daniel, cooper, house Charles, n. Fourth 

McElroy Edward, glass-cutter, h. 49 Fifth 

McElroy Elizabeth, widow, house Court, n. Charles 

McElroy Francis, building mover, house Vine, cor. Fourth 

McElroy Frank, carpenter, h. 3 Linnehan's block, Third 

McElroy Hugh, grease-collector, h. rear 58 Charles 

McElroy Hugh H. glass-blower, 137 Bridge, h. Somerville 

McElroy James, laborer, house 103 Fourth 

McElroy James, laborer, house 378 Cambridge 

McElroy Joseph, laborer, house 5 Rice place 

McElroy Joseph, carpenter, house 105 Kinnard 

McElroy Patrick, laborer, house 103 Fourth 

McElroy Patrick J. glass-blower, h. Fourth, n. Winter 

McElroy Peter, glass-maker, bds. 103 Fourth 

McElroy William, house rear 123 Court 

McEvoy Thomas, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge 

McFadden John, laborer, h. 263 Mt. Auburn 

McFadden Stephen, fireman, h. 261 Franklin 

McFarland Edgar H. painter, bds. 40 Washington 

McFarland James C. horse-trader, h. 26 Sydney 

McFarland J. B. carpenter, h. 41 Union 

McFarland John, clerk (B. ), bds. 2 Harrison 

McFarland John, laborer, house 22 Foster 

McFarland Wm. H. confectioner, 55 Brookline, h. do. 

McFarnald Wm. confectioner, h. 71 Spring [Winter 

McFeely John, glass-blower, N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. rear 29 

McGaffigan Edward, blacksmith, h. 66 Second 

McGann Thomas, laborer, h. East Perry court 

McGee Warren H. painter, h. rear 95 River 

McGehey John, mason, h. 126 Court 

McGeoch Alexander, h. 87 Washington 

Mc George Mary Louisa Mrs. h. 12 Fremont 

McGill James, h. 63 Auburn 

McGilly cuddy Daniel, laborer, h. r. Foster, n. Willard 

McGilvray Peter, stair-builder, rooms 15 Clark 

McGinley Alexander, laborer, h. 4 Stinson's court 

McGinley Patrick, shoe-maker, h. 2 Linnehan's blk. 

McGinness Robert, tailor, Cambridge, cor. Lambert, h. do. 

McGinnis Bridget Miss, h. 108 Harvard 

McGinnis George M. G. tailor, h. Bridge, opp. Water 

McGinnis Hugh, carpenter, h. 24 East Perry 

McGinnis Hugh, carpenter, bds. 88 Third 

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g McGinnis Samuel, mason, bds. 3 Oak 5 

pq McGinnis , stair-builder, bds. 65 Columbia [63 Fifth 

McGirr Francis F. ^old-beater (16 Harvard place, B.), h. ►* 

g McGivney John, brass-moulder, house 50 Spring .j 

c3 McGlinch James, laborer, h. 92 Fifth q 

pn McGlinchey Andrew, book-bidder, h. Athens, n. Third £ 

McGlone Charles, saloon, 423 Cambridge, h. do. fa 

r-H McGolrick Edward, glass-worker, h. Charles, n. Fourth 

a ft McGourty Hugh, wood-turner, h. Jefferson, n. Hideout 3 

Q McGovern John, plasterer, h. Willow place »-- 2 

EH McGovern John, drain-digger, h. 123 Spring §3^ 

M McGovern John B. fish-dealer, h. Cambridge, n. Seventh ^ 

f-* McGovern Lawrence, boiler maker, h. 34 Charles p ^ 

^q McGovern Mary, widow, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge P* © 

g McGovern Mary, widow Patrick, h. Charles, n. Court £* h* 

c<3 McGovern Patrick, laborer, house Willow place C7,< * 

g McGovern Philip, teamster, h. Warren, n. Jefferson CCp' 

McGovern Thomas, engineer, Rideout £ q 

i^T McGowan Michael, boot-maker, house 22 Webster avenue E & 

q McGowan Michael, mason tender, h. 105 Fourth P *"* 

pQ McGowen William, laborer, h. Brighton, near Eliot hj O 

P-* McGrane Patrick, porter, house 161 Franklin ^g 

• McGrath C. H. carpenter, house 125 Hampshire *+q 

" McGrath Daniel, laborer, house 17 Pine © g 

y McGrath J. H. laborer, house rear 149 Bridge S- 

£5 McGrath John, engineer, h. Columbia, n. Webster ave. T gp 

<J McGrath Michael, works N. E. Glass Co.'s, bds. 2 Water £fe 

pq McGrath Michael, laborer, house rear 149 Bridge ui £J 

fe McGregor Dennis, carpenter, house 45 Reed O g" 

McGregor Duncan, book-binder, h. 17 Franklin P P 

oq McGregor John W. carver, house 41 Market p 

§ McGruder Patrick, confectioner, h. 68 Brimmer block, Har- f*" 

O McGue Thomas, laborer, house 150 Bridge [vard 

73 McGuiggin Charles, glass-presser, h. 3 Conlon's court cs 

"2 McGuire Francis, oil-manuf. Broadway, L. P. office (41 Id- fecj 

c3 dia, B.), h. Austin, cor. Inman Q 

" McGuire Frank, polisher, house 15 School * 

bfl McGuire John, laborer, house 48 Washington ^ 

,Q McGuire John, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 

£ McGuire Matthew, teamster, house 66 Harvard j O 

jxj McGuire Owen, laborer, house 138 Pleasant £* 

McGuire Thomas, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Eliot g 

o McGurdy James, paper hanger, house 7 Vine S 



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1 5 McGurk James, grocer, Hampshire, cor. Webster ave. h. do- 
's -3 McGurk John, laborer, house 49 Hampshire 
•g "§ McHefFy James, printer, house 14 Garden 
•S * McHenry James, pedler, house Willow place 
fl 2 McHugh Thomas, moulder, house 5 School 
| | McHugh Timothy, brass-finisher, house 33 Washington 
.s * Mcllvain Benjamin, tinman, house 110 Pleasant 
© 3 Mclnnis Duncan, laborer, house Cook's court 
£ 2 Mclntire Charles J. counsellor at law, 97 Cambridge, h. 72 Otis 
pi % Mclntire Ebenezer, painter, Gore, n. Second, h. 72 Otis 
» g Mclntire Ezra T. baker, 79 Cambridge, bds. do. 
g « Mclntire John, shoe-stitcher, h. Putnam, n. Western ave. 
jS 2 Mclntire Oren E. door-maker, h. Second, n. Cambridge 
g Mclntire Thomas, clerk, Police Court, h. Second, n. Thorn- 

Mclntire Wellington, carpenter, bds. 46 Prospect [dike 

Mclntire William W. printer, house 3 Appian Way 
McINTOSH GEORGE, carriage-smith, 37 6 Main, h. 24 
Mcintosh Hugh, wood-turner, house 114 Harvard [Front 
Mcintosh James, brewer, house 110 Spring 
Mclvers Eliza Miss, house 7 Appian Way 
McKanna John, blacksmith helper, h. 116 Brookline 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, house 21 Mt. Auburn 
McKay Andrew, carpenter, house East, n. Bridge 
McKay Daniel, boiler-maker, boards 2 Harrison 
McKay Isaac, potter, bds. 9 Walden 
McKay John C. shoe-maker, house 291 Cambridge 
McKay Jonathan, slater, h. 241 Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
McKee Andrew, gardener, Woodbridge's, North ave. bds. do. 
McKeever William, glassy-maker, house Winter, near Fifth 
McKelleget John, hostler, h. Harvard, n. G. J. R. R. 
^ McKelleget Patrick, wheelwright, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 
§j McKendry Benjamin, clerk (Baptist Missionary Rooms, 12 
id Bedford, B.), house 5 Chester 

'f* McKenna James, teamster, house 114 Spring 
"2 McKenna James, wire-worker (B.), h. rear 125 Elm 
P McKenna John, teamster, house 111 Spring 
Q McKenna Patrick, carpenter, house 123 Court 

McKenna Peter, laborer, house 40 Gore 
£ McKenner Edward, laborer, h. Tremont, n. Somerville 
g McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 Rice place 
£5 McKenny Andrew, brick-layer, house 566 Main 

„ McKenzie Alexander, clergyman, house 64 Brattle 
CQ McKenzie Alexander D. engineer, h. River, n. Blackstone 
g McKenzie Daniel, baker, 135 Main, h. do. 

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pq McKenzie Geo. varnisher, house 120 Spring 

McKenzie James F. painter, house 8 Vine 
g McKenzie James K. blacksmith, Main, n. Universalist church, & 

c3 house rear 508 Main 



McKilcody Timothy, laborer, h. rear 17 Pine 



^ McKinnon Charles (Kelley & McKinnon), carpenter, house 
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McKenzie Roderick, carpenter, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge §. 

i2 McKeon William, carpenter, h. 50 Spring g 

a^ 4 McKie John, harness maker, house East, n. R. R. P 

MoKilr.nrlv Timnthv. laborer, h. rear 17 Pinft °^ 






°J McKinsey John R. printer, h. 139 Brookline £ 

o McKone John, servant, bds. Willard Philips', Linnsean jf 

& McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), confectioner, 552 J2 
9 Main, house at Woburn 

£ McKusick Elmer F. clerk, bds. 62 Magazine Q 

O McKusick El wood L. confectioner, bds. 81 Franklin fcrj 

McKusick Leroy C. pedler, house 72 Green O 

(4 McLam Andrew, teamster, h. rear 56 Winter ..*!» 

O McLam Andrew, hostler, house Cambridge, near Warren q 3 

H McLane Archibald, carpenter, h. 395 Webster ave. g. 

" McLane Charles, ice-driver, bds. 33 Fourth O ^ 

• McLane George, teamster, bds. 32 Second P • 

" McLane John, laborer, h. Brighton, near Eliot Q 

^ McLane John, ladorer, h. Sibley ct. rear Sparks t^ 

S McLane Martha Mrs. house 68 Brighton # 

^ McLaughlin E. stnnp.-r.iittfir. bds. 9 Rroadwav 2 



^ McLaughlin E. stone-cutter, bds. 9 Broadway 

0* McLaughlin James, barrel dealer, h 180 Hampshire JS 

p^ McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, h. 107 Tremont 

McLaughlin James, carver, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge ™ 

oq McLaughlin James, stone-cutter, h. 29 Harvard O 

g McLaughlin John, slater, house 10 Market P 



O McLaughlin John, gas-fitter, h. 323 Cambridge 

'S McLaughlin Joseph A. grocer, Third, opp. Vine, h. 19 Vine <•$ 

"g McLaughlin Martin, laborer, h. 17 Winter „ 

c$ McLaughlin Mary, widow, h. 4 Vine p 

P"< McLaughlin Michael, stone-cutter, h. 40 Broadway P* 

50 McLaughlin Michael, stone-cutter, h. 47 Amory £» 

Q McLaughlin Patrick H. machinist, house 70 Gore ^ 

•g McLaughlin Thomas, stone-cutter, h. 37 Washington g 2 

g McLaughlin William H. glass-maker, bds. 151 Cambridge 5 
McLean Isaac, carpenter, house 43 Cedar 



■g McLean Malcolm, carpenter, h. Elm, junc. Webster ave. j g 

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B McLean Norman K. carpenter, bds. 33 Bow on 

_, • McLellon John, carpenter, h. 24 Seventh 2 ®9 

g 5 McLeod A. physician and surgeon, h. Gore, cor. Third © 

* 5 McLeod Wm. G. clerk, bds. Verity's g @ 
ji "§ McMahan John, laborer, h. rear 58 Charles P ^j 
-g * McMahan Robert, laborer, h. 452 Cambridge p »* 
% | McMahan Thomas, laborer, h. 452 Broadway 

J " McManaman Charles, grease-collector, h. Willow place g- ^ 

■g © McMann Edward, laborer, house 2 Water O m 

g | McMann James, blacksmith, h. Brighton, near the bridge % ™ 

« a McMann John, blacksmith, h. 200 Dublin " O 

* g McMann Thomas B. Mrs. h. 7 Appian Way 
| * McMann Wm. H. printer, University Press, h. Athens 
: ! McMannaman Charles E. stone-cutter, Winter, cor. Fifth 

* « McManners Terrence, laborer, h. Monroe alley, off Court 
McMannis Catherine Mrs. h. Bridge, opp. Bay State GlassCo 
McMannis Felix, works N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. Bridge, opp 

Bay State Glass Co. 
McMarnara John, varnish er, h. 93 Tremont 
McMaster Charles, tailor, h. 10 Conlon's ct. 
McMasters George C. carpenter, h. Walnut, n. Brookline 
McMasters William T. organs, bds. 17 Sydney 
McMaugh John, laborer, h. 9 Brookline 
McMenimen William, laborer, h. 68 Winter 
McMenimen William H. stone-cutter, h. 68 Winter 
McMurphy Albertus N. clerk, bds. 12 Everett place 
McMurray Katherine, widow, h. rear 382 Cambridge 
McNall John, brush-maker, h. 144 Bridge 
McNally Alice, widow, h. 12 Railroad 

McNally Daniel, boot-maker (B.), h. 35 Vine » 

McNally Peter, brick-layer, h. Webster avenue 
McNamara James, hostler, h. Mt. Auburn place • 

McNamara John, laborer, h. Franklin, near Bay _ »-« 

McNamara John, varnisher, h. 93 Tremont p J^ 

McNamara Malachi, laborer, h. 7 Hamilton R 

McNamara Mary, widow, h. Short, near Lowell railroad U 1 ^ 

McNamara Michael, wood-turner, h. rear 3 Eaton 2. " 

McNamara Patrick, laborer, h. 126 Brookline ^ ^ 

McNamara Patrick, laborer, h. 108 Kinnard © ^ m 

McNamara Thomas, laborer, h. 231 Webster avenue q _-j 

McNamara Thomas E. upholsterer (Union, B.), h. Short, n. £ ^ 

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McNamara , laborer, h. Valentine, near Brookline — - 

McNamee Hugh J. painter, h. Athens ^ 

McNamee John, provision pedler, h. 374 Main "" 

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S McNamee John, 'laborer, h. 24 North 

§ McNaraee John, marble worker, Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood w 

P3 ave. h. Putnam, near Western avenue gj 

m McNamee Robert, laborer, h. 22 East Perry ►* 

g McNaughton Anthony, wheelwright, h. 69 Allston ^ 

c3 McNaughton Daniel, machinist, h. 69 Allston O 

pL| McNeal Daniel, carpenter, bds. North ave. cor. Beech £ 

McNeil Agas, carpenter, h. 283 Cambridge pq 

»jh McNeil George E. works in (State house. B.), h. 16 Kinnard .. 

g McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), lumber, B 

g Bridge, h. 176 Cambridge p 

H McNulty Catherine Mrs. h, 5 Willow place j£ w 

w McN*utt Walter, carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire [Banks ^ 

gj McPartlen , plasterer, bds. Mrs. Sharkey's, Flagg^near p *h 

,q McPeak Patrick, grocer, h. 64 Charles pu p 

2 McPeck Neal, saloon, 472 Cambridge, h. 470 do. ^^ 
as McPherson Ewen R. clerk, bds. 45 Windsor W m. 
q McPherson George, moulder, h. 7 Union 03 P 

^ McPherson George R. cabinet maker, h. 45 Windsor £ 2 

y McPherson John, carpenter, bds. North ave. cor. Beech B i-* 

Q McQuade Henry, polisher, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge B 

W McQuade Mary, widow, h. Ill Spring g £f 

P McQuade Patrick, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge g. 

pq McQuade Patrick H. stone-cutter, h. Ill Spring . e+Q 

McQuillan Thos. carver, h. 6 East Perry © p 

W McRae Kenneth, currier, h. 54 Rice g, 

3 McSorey Archie, carpenter, h. 22 Green " q 
<1 McSorley Bernard, U. S. A. h. Brookline, n. Valentine tti'd 
W McSorley John, teamster, h. Stevens ct. § £j 
" McSorley John, laborer, h. Stevens ct. O U 

McSorley Peter, machinist, h. 99 Vine P g 

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*» McTye Patrick, laborer, h. East Perry ct. S 

rt McVay John, blacksmith, bds. 391 Main q 
^ McVee James C. hair-dresser, bds. Mann's, 12 Dunster 

Mead A. Eugene, book-keeper (B.), bds. 15 Walden ^ 

g> Mead Alpheus, builder, h. 15 Walden , • 

•S Mead Bridget F. Mrs. h. 116 Brookline O 

£ Mead Chas. C. printer (91 Washington, B.), h. 322 Harvard l> 

M4 Mead Chas. W. clerk (B.), bds. 322 Harvard W 

g Mead John F. marble cutter, bds. 1 Pioneer ^ 

u Mead John F. mason, h. 1 Jay £-j 

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226 CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 

Mead Mary Mrs. h. 10 Meacham 
Mead Thomas, laborer, h. 79 Bolton 
Mead Wm. (Central House, B.), h. Coggswell ave. 
Meade John W. machinist, h. 85 Elm 

Meagher Stephen A. grocer, 121 Court, h. do. [cock 

Meagher Wm. H. saloon, basement 545 Main, bds. 23 Han- 
Mears David O. clergyman, h. Arlington [cock, n. Centre 
Mears Wm. H. corncake^maker, bds. Michael Duhig's, Han- 
Meehan Ellen, wid. Edward, h. Brighton, n. South 
Meger James, laborer, h. Howard, n. gasworks 
Megraw Maurice F. moulder, h. 63 Washington 
Megroth Wm. N. piano maker, h. Green, cor. Western ave. 
Mehan Thomas, cabinet maker and grocer, 323 Cambridge, 
Mehegan Thomas, laborer, h. 94 Kinnard [h.do. 

Meighn Wm. M. laborer, h. 239 Franklin 
Meins John, laborer, h. 8 Vine 
Melcher Charles J. house-painter, h. 83 Broadway 
Melcher C. Wm. stone-cutter, bds. 9 Broadway 
Melcher Daniel R. organ maker, bds. C. E. Morse's, River 
Melendy Henry J. boots and shoes (108 Devonshire, B.), h. 
Wash. ave. cor. Arlington [Harvard 

Melledge James P. merchant (40 India wharf, B.), h. 335 
Melledge Mary Miss, h. Dana, cor. Harvard 
Mellen Frank, merchant tailor, 508 Main, h. 56 Ellery 
Mellen James (James Mellen & Co.), building mover, 77 

Washington, h. Washington, c. Moore 
Mellen James jr. soap-manuf. h. Essex, n. Austin 
Mellen John F. tailor, 508 Main, h. 56 Ellery 
Mellen Margaret Miss, h. 7 Appian Way 

Mellen James & Co. (James Mellen and Thos. Cowan), 
building movers, 77 Washington 

Mellen , gas-house, h. Norfolk, n. Somerville line 

Melley Patrick, laborer, h. Court, cor. Garden 

Melley Patrick, grease-collector, h. 11th in Willow pi. 

Meloon David C* produce (60 Blackstone, B.), h. Third, cor. 
Thorndike 

Mellville Edward, mariner, h. r. Spring, n. Fourth 

Melvin D. W. laborer, h. Clifton, n Spruce 

Melvin D. Wm. tin-pedler, h. r. 3 Fiske's blk. 

Melvin John, laborer, h. Winthrop, n. Dunster 

Melvin Wm. K. weigher (B.), h. 109 Allston 

Mentis M. Clinton, editor, h. 48 Pearl 

Menix Dinah Mrs. h. 55 Cherry 

Menix John, laborer, h. 24 Hastings 

Menix Patrick, teamster, h. 147 Main 

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O Merein Hannah, widow Thomas, h. 148 Green g 

P Mergrain Patrick, laborer, h. 161 Franklin 5- 

« Meriam John N. (North, Meriam & Co.), provision dealer & 
o (27 and 29 Faneuil Hall market, B.), h. Magazine, cor 

£ Chestnut S 

Ph Merriam Albert Mrs. h. Cambridge, east of Windsor §. 

Merrick Celia, h. 5 Hixon's block E£ 

^ Merrick Edwin, glass-tablet maker (B.), h. 177 Main P 

d Merrick Frederick, laborer, h. 55 Washington J " A 

§ Merrick Fred H. laborer, h. 7 Hixon's blk. Hastings 

IH Merrill Amelia G.wid. Nathan, h. 40 Hancock 

w Merrill C. H. treasurer, bds. Merrill's, 40 Hancock 

t* Merrill David G. foreman, Page's planing-mill, h. 87 Windsor 

j§ Merrill Eugene E. jeweller (160 Washington, B.), h. 87 
Q Windsor [B.), h. Meacham 

rt Merrill Francis S. (S. F. Woodbridge & Co., F. H. market, Q 

Merill Geo. time-keeper, U. H. R. R. h. 51 School fcfj 

Merrill Geo. A. B. bds. J. S. Merrill's, 25 Sacramento [vard O 



^r Merrill Geo. E. student, bds. Merrill's, Hancock, cor. Har- W «<d 

q Merrill Geo. S. boots and shoes (293 Washington, B.),h. 415 § g 

p£| Broadway [Russell, n. Orchard o* 

Ph Merrill Herbert H. paper-bag manuf. (15 Bowker, B.), h. P ^ 

• Merrill Josiah, clergyman, h. 5 Symond's blk. DeWolf • 

" Merrill J. Sanborn, h. 25 Sacramento O 

^j Merrill J. Warren (57 Purchase, B.), h. Broadway, n.Dana t> 

S Merrill Lewis E. engineer, bds. 108 Otis «d 

^j Merrill Nathan Mrs. h. Harvard, cor. Hancock -^ 

p^ Merrill N. F. student, h. 40 Hancock j?jj 

pc< Merrill T. Watson, clerk (B.), bds. Broadway, n. Dana 

Merrill Wm. M. book-keeper, bds. 61 School 8* 

gj Messer Chas. Wm. machinist, bds. Columbia, n. Webster ave. q 

rt Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), grocer, 159 Har- O 

§ vard, h. 53 Windsor [h. 138 Harvard - 

^ Messer Gorham B. (Messer and Bro.), grocer, 159 Harvard, ^ 

"§ Messer Lucy, wid. Willard, h. 38 Shepard ™ 

c3 Messer Stillman, h. 140 Harvard p 

Ph Messer Wm. express, h. Columbia, n. Somerville P* 

bo Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gorham B. Messer), ȣ* 

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228 CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 

Metcalf Willard, carpenter, h. 12 Brookline [burn 

Metcalf Wm. S. canvasser, bds. C. R. Metcalf s, 154 Mt. Au- 
Metzger Andrew jr. carver (B.), h. Seventh, n. Cambridge 
Metzger Frederick, upholsterer, h. Vine, cor. Fifth 
Metzger Joseph, restaurant, 200 Cambridge, h. do. 
Meyer Chas. E. (Meyer & Co.), picture-frame and looking- 
glass manuf. (7 and 8 Holmes' blk. Haymarket square, 
B.),h. Hazard's blk. 59 Third 
Meyer Jacob J. polisher bds. John Meyer's, 65 Gore 
Meyer James, laborer, h. Howard, n. gas-works 
Meyer John, varnisher, h. 65 Gore 

Mhar Charles, boot and shoe-maker,h. Lambert,n. Cambridge 
Mickell Thos. sea-captain, h. Craigie Cottage, 14 Craigie 
Mihan Patrick, salesman (B.), h. 89 Norfolk 
Miles Dawson (95 Water, B.), h. North ave. n. Roseland 
Miles Edmund, foreman, Wilson's, Holyoke, h. 4 Charles 

River 
Miles Elizabeth, wid. h. 60 Broadway 



Miles Fernando, foreman, horsecar-stable, h. 



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Miles Patrick, carpenter, h. 60 Broadway 
Millan Alexander (Millan & Snow), fish-dealer, 
Millan & Snow (Alexander Millan and James 

fish-dealers, 21 Brattle sq. 
Millen Wm. J. harness maker, h. 6 Prince 
Miller Chas. cabinet maker, h. 12 Hastings 
Miller Chas. clerk, bds. Coburn's, Orchard 
Miller Claborn C. laborer, h. 23 Hastings 
Miller David, carpenter y h. Broadway, n. Trowbridge 
Miller Ellis F. hardware (94 Hanover, B.), h. Roseland, n. 

Frost 
Miller Frank, currier, bds. Leuchte's, North ave. 
Miller Frederick, glass-cutter, h. 65 "Vine 
Miller Geo. printer, rooms Huckin's, Howard 
Miller John, overseer, h. 60 River [h. 18 Perry 

Miller Stephen, church-furniture, 461 Main, r. Wood's blk. 
Miller Thomas, laborer, h. North ave. n. Cedar 
Miller Wm. cooper, bds. 390 Main 
Miller Wm. laborer, h. 11 Rice pi. 

Miller Wm. G. foreman, Rawson& Hittinger's, h. 7 Franklin 
Miller Wm. H. painter (129 Congress, B.), h. 342 Broadway 
Milligan Daniel H. shoe-maker, 36 Fifth, h. 159 Norfolk 
Milligan James, tailor (91 Washington, B.), h. 4 Worcester 
Milliken James S. express office, Brighton, n. Harvard sq. h. 

8 Mt. Auburn 
Milliken John S. policeman, house 84 Mt. Auburn 

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oq Millmore Patrick, hostler, house 17 Harvard 



Mills Charles H. house Irving, near Cambridge 

Mills David S. hatter, (B.), house 44 Brookline 
& Mills Frank, machinist, house 65 Washington 
§ Mills Frederick J. carpenter, house Fourth, cor. Cambridge 
g Mills Henry F. lumber dealer (160 State, B.), h. 285 Harvard 

Mills Honery, cook, house 57 Brookline 

2 Mills James H. cabinet maker, house 30 Fourth 
Pi Mills James H. jr. chair-caner, house 30 Fourth 
9 Mills John R. painter, house 67 Washington 
P Mills Matilda, wid. cook, almshouse, Tannery, bds. do. 

Mills William, carpenter, house Murdock place 
w Mills William, house Rideout 
© Mills William, laborer, house 16 Holyoke 
•9 Mills William J. cooper, house 179 Cambridge 
g Mills W. M. staves (160 State, B.), house 776 Main 
^ Milne Robert Mrs. house 13 Wendell 
5 Milne Robert W. clerk (B.), house 13 Wendell 

Milton Edgar J. salesman (B.), house 2 Amory place 
lS Mimnaugh John, carpenter, h. Warren, near Jefferson 
{j Minden Joseph, cigar maker, house 329 Main 
H Mindie Philip, laborer, house 58 Washington 
Ph Minehan Thomas, tailor, house 6 Short 

Miner George H. Rev. house Otis 

Miner H. H. cabinet maker, Clark's, Cedar, h. at (B.) 
y Minot Albert T. clerk (B.), boards 111 Austin 
£2 Minot O. laborer, house 30 Hampshire 

<j Misener John A. cabinet maker, h. Tremont, near Cambridge 
P5 Mitchell D. S. photographer (71 Cambridge, B.), house 422 
fc Main 

Mitchell George L. foreman glass cutting department, N. E. 
m Glass Co.'s, house 113 Thorndike 

g Mitchell Henry A. silversmith (4J Bedford, B.), h. r. 28 Front 
O Mitchell Horace B. fish-dealer, 164 Cambridge, h. Thorndike, 
*c5 corner Seventh [house 71 Moore 

"g Mitchell John, boot and shoe-dealer (1059 Washington, B.), m 

03 Mitchell John, cabinet maker,house Reed q 
" Mitchell Joseph F. stereotyper, house 111 Pearl 

b& Mitchell Mary, widow Thomas, house 329 Cambridge rf 

,2 Mitchell Paul, house 50 Essex • 

C Mitchell Richard (Custom House, B.), house 32 Norfolk O 

*P4 Mitchell Thomas, laborer, house 60 Hastings j^" 

^ Mitchell William, harness maker, h. Cambridge, junc. Bridge «*J 

o Mitchell Wm. P. painter (B.), house 34 Broadway § 

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Moeldner Anton (0. Fielder & Co.), glass-decorator (36 Win" 

ter, B.), house 504 Cambridge 
Moeser Philip, cigar maker, h. Brimmer blk. 58 Harvard 
Moffitt Alex, clerk, Geo. Boyson's, house 21 Cherry 
Molan Martin, laborer, house 22 North 
Molong Daniel, tinsmith, house 146Court 
Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth 
Monaghan Michael, house 8 Fifth 
Monagle Margaret, widow, house 23 Sparks 
Monahan Brine, laborer, bds. Glennon's, rear McDonald's 

granite works 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
Monblo Francis T. N. tinsmith and hardware, 188 Cambridge, 

house 1 Fifth 
Monroe Charles W. house 13 School court 
Monroe Philip C. iron-moulder, 73 Hastings 
Monroe see also Munroe 
Montague Charles H. treasurer (Star Collar Co. 28 Arch B.), 

honse 63 Magazine [Fayette 

Montague Samuel L. junk-dealer (170 Broad, B.), house 26 
Montgomery Andrew, grocer, 34 Hampshire, house do. 
Montgomery George, lamp-lighter, house 42 Hampshire 
Montgomery Thomas, lamp-lighter, h. Second, n. Thorndike 
Montgomery William H. expressman, house 17 Pearl 
Moody Charles E. grocer (75 Commercial, B.), bds. 26 Lee 
Moody H. C. machinist, boards 7 Amory 
Moody Joseph, house 7 Amory 
Moody Joseph G. house 138 Brattle 
Moody Orville, printer, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Moody William, carpenter, house 33 Sixth 
Mooney Alvin, hair-dresser, 155 Main 

Mooney Amanda Mrs. dress-maker, rooms 69J Mt. Auburn 
Mooney Bernard, glass-packer, house 3 Linnehan's block 
Mooney Bernard jr. cabinet maker, bds. 3 Linnehan's block 
Mooney Daniel, glass-maker, house 107 Tremont 
Mooney George F. boiler maker, house 98 Main 
Mooney James, brick-layer, h. Eliot, near Owen place 
Mooney John, laborer, house 6 Hastings 
Mooney Patrick, brass-worker, house 4 Hastings 
Mooney P. S. cutter, rooms 49 Austin 
Mooney William H. salesman (B.), boards 113 Prospect 
Mooney Wm. J. watchman, h. Cambridge, opp. distillhouse 
MOOR JAMES C. grocer, 192 Cambridge, bds. A. Stewart's 

144 Otis 
Moore Arthur, carriage maker ; bds. North ave. cor. Russell 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whip3 and 
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g Moore Bradford T. (Chas. Moore & Co.), stoves and hard- *i 

pg ware, 8 Brattle, bds. A. F. Shepherd's, 27 Trowbridge g 

Moore C. C. liquors (60 Broad, B.), house 11 Cottage g; 

© Moore Charles (Chas. Moore & Co.), hardware, 8 Brattle, h. oo^ 

§ 378 Harvard Q 

gj Moore Charles A. laborer, h. Harvey, corner Jackson h- 

Moore Clarence, student, bds. Mrs. Buckland's, Holyoke, cor. S; 

© Mt. Auburn E 

Pa Moore Clark, house rear 51 Norfolk P 

9 Moore Cyrus J. waiter in saloon (B.), h. 55 Washington 

-' Moore Delmont, carpenter, house 15 Franklin ?J. 

Moore Edward, baker, boards 2 Brooks £tf 

w Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), stoves and hard- © 

© ware, 8 Brattle, h. 1 Shepherd's blk. Charles River g^ 

3 Moore Edwin G. leather dealer (B.), bds. 6 River f* 

g Moore Erasmus D. (Custom House, B.), h. Sacramento, near 

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O Moore E. Marshall (Moore & Co.), provisions, Cambridge, g'W 

~ corner Norfolk, house do. [Brattle square g.2 

W Moore Frank W. apothecary clerk, rooms 4 Brewer's block, O 5j 

pq Moore Fred. F. bds. Sacramento, near North avenue P £j 

p^ Moore George A. architect, bds. Sacramento, n. North ave. . 

Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine ^ 

W Moore H. N. clothier, house 3 Sumner ' 

u Moore Ira, 1 teamster, house 149 Gore S 

5* Moore James, grease-collector, house 2 Essex ct ^ 

^ Moore John, laborer, house 98 Spruce g 

pC* Moore John, laborer (B.), house Elm, cor. Hampshire ^J 

ptl Moore John, steward, (Mass Gen. Hospital, B.), house 13 CO 

Mt. Auburn op 

^ Moore John A. piano-forte action maker, house 30 Sydney 

j3 Moore John F. glass-cutter, house 45 Elm Q 

g Moore Joseph W. (Moore & Co.), provisions, cor. Norfolk j 

^ and Cambridge, house do. ^ 

-g Moore Margaret Miss, house 1 Jennings court u> 

§ Moore Margaret A. Mrs. nurse, house 233 Broadway P 

Ph Moore Matthew R. policeman, house 136 Spring ^ 

^ Moore Melvin, teamster, house Cambridge, corner Sixth ^ 

fl Moore Nancy Mrs. house 11 Jay [h. do. m 

g Moore Nathaniel H. restaurant, 30 32 and 34 Brattle square w. 

£ Moore Nelson N. billiard-room, 548 Main, house Douglass, g 

near Main [River P 

Moore Perley D. leather dealer (195 Congress, B.), house 6 p 



© Moore R. tailor, 245 North ave. h. at Somerville 8 



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Moore Samuel, laborer, house Hastings 

Moore Susan W. Miss, bds. 25 Williams [Russell 

Moore Thomas A. wheelwright, bds. Emeline N. Atwill's, 

Moore Thomas H. house 13 Webster place 

Moore William, laborer, h. Cambridge, opp. chemical works 

Moore William, restaurant, 7 Brighton, rooms do. 

Moore William Mrs. house Brimmer blk. 74 Harvard x 

Moore Wm. E. clerk, Cambridge, cor. Second, bds. 136 Spring 

Moore Wm. W. janitor, Harvard gymnasium, bds. Dunster, 

corner South 
MOORE CHARLES & CO. (Charles, Edward R. and Brad- 
ford T. Moore), stoves, hardware &c. 8 Brattle 
Moore & Co. (E. M. and J. W. Moore), provisions, Cambridge, 

corner Norfolk 
Moran Catherine C widow, h. 5 Spring st. blk. 
Moran James A. (T. S. Moran & Co.), furniture, Cambridge, 

corner Ninth, house Cottage blk. Spring 
Moran John, laborer, house Gore, near Fifth 
Moran John, currier, house Clay 
Moran Joseph, glass-maker, h. Winter, near Fourth 
Moran Mary Mrs. widow Martin, h. Clay, near Harvey 
Moran Michael, at soap works, house 76 Pearl 
Moran Thomas S. (T. S. Moran & Co.), furniture, 238 Cam- 
bridge, house Cottage block, 38 Spring 
MORAN T. S. & CO. (Thomas S. and James A. Moran),fur- 

niture, crockery, &c. 238 Cambridge, corner Ninth 
Moran William, currier, house Tannery 
Morandus B. hair-dresser, Webster ave. cor. Cambridge, h. do. 
Morandus John O. hair-dresser, 77 Spruce, h. do. 
Morandy Maurice, pedler, house 7 Holly place [Sixth 

Morang Erastus G. cooper (North, Meriam. & Co.'s, B.),h. 9 
Moreland John, printer, house 30 Dunster 
Morey Philemon, grocer, 163 Main, house 171 Harvard 
Morgan Alfred, h. Brattle, near University Press 
Morgan Charles H. conductor, H. R. R. h. 100 Green 
Morgan Edwin, painter, house Eighth, near Otis 
Morgan Frank, glass-cutter, h. Columbia, near Hampshire 
Morgan George F. clerk, Court House, East Cambridge, h. 

Second, corner Otis 
Morgan Henry, helper, h. Hannun's blk. r. 112 Broadway 
Morgan Henry A. painter, house Eighth, near Otis 
Morgan John F. tinsmith (Union, B.), house 14 Hamilton 
Morgan Patrick, currier, house 12 Railroad 



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Morgan William, cabinet maker, bds. Griggs', Cedar 

Morgan William, h. Winter, near Third 

Moring Anna L. Mrs. house .Quincy, cor. Harvard 

Morley Jeremiah, laborer, h. 22 Crane [33 Holyoke 

Morley Thomas, ornamental painter, 92 Mt. Auburn, house 

Moroney Edward, boot-fitter, h. Reed 

Morrill Alfred, foreman, Allen & Endicott's, bds. 10 Village 

Morrill Daniel K. wheelwright, h. 10 Village 

Morrill James, painter, boards 544 Main 

Morrill James K.-driver icecart, boards 478 Cambridge 

Morrill Luther a h. 69 Dana 

Morrin Isaac, carpenter, h. 13 Conlon's court 

Morris Emery T. porter (B.), h. 43 Washington 

Morris Henry (J. & H. Morris), harness maker, 131 Main, 

house 2 Blanch 
Morris Henry T. druggist (B.), h. 43 Washington 
Morris James (J. & H. Morris), harness maker, 131 Main, 

boards Front street court 
Morris Jane N. widow Christopher, h. Front st. ct. 
Morris John, baker, h. 35 Webster ave. 
Morris John T. druggist (B.), h. 43 Washington 
Morris John W. carpenter, h. 82 Harvard 
Morris J. & H. harness makers, Main, near Broadway, L. P. 
Morris Mary, widow Wm. R. h. 43 Washington 
Morris Mary, widow Dennis, h. 135 Cambridge 
Morris Nahum F. piano-forte maker, h. 109 Windsor 
Morris Wm. F. bank clerk (B.), h. 135 Cambridge 
Morrison Andrew, cabinet maker, boards 5 Dickinson 
Morrison Nathaniel, mason, bds. 160 Harvard 
Morse Andrew S. driver, h. 37 Western 
Morse Asa P. (50 India, B.), h. 81 Magazine 
Morse Chas. E book-binder, h. River, cor. Auburn 
Morse Charles H. produce (B.), h. rear 67 Prospect 
Morse Cyrus B. clerk, h. rear 8 Holyoke 
Morse Cyrus E. book-binder, boards 1 Fremont 
Morse Francis A. harness maker, h. 12 Holmes pi. 
Morse Fred R. brick-maker, h. Dublin, near railroad 
Morse George, upholsterer, h. 6 Dinsmore court [place 

Morse Geo. A. harness maker, rear North ave. h. 12 Holmes 
Morse Geo. E. h. 99 Auburn 

Morse Harry, sausage maker, h. Ninth, cor. Cambridge 
Morse Henry, butcher, J. P. Squire & Co.'s 
Morse Henry L. hosiery and small wares (103 Devonshire, 

B.), h. North ave. opp. Sacramento 
Morse Isaac S. district attorney, h. 371 Harvard 

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Morse James B. policeman, h. rear 8 Holyoke 
Morse James B. book-binder, boards 75 Inman 
Morse James R. physician, Union sq. h. do. 
Morse John T. musician, h. 74* River 
Morse Kendall, billiards, Main, h. 6 Perry- 
Morse Peter, brick-maker, h. Walden, near Dublin 
Morse Rachel, widow, h. rear 4 Somerset 
Morse Royal, h. 12 Holmes place 
Morse Sarah N. Mrs. h. 14 Green 
Morse Wm. A. (Morse & Plummer), baker, River, corner 

Pleasant, house River, cor. Auburn 
Morse Wm. E. clerk, boards 99 Auburn 
Morse & Plummer, bakers, River, cor. Pleasant 
Morton Andrew J. (State House, B.), boards 32 Norfolk 
Morton Geo. B. organ maker, h. 7 Webster place 
Morton Ira A. carpenter, h. 7 Webster place 
Mosby .William, tobacco factory, h. Hastings, near Brewery 
Moses Elizabeth, widow, boards 13 Williams 
Moses Hamilton, stereotyper, h. 13 Williams 
Mosher A. M. Mrs. h. 880 Main 
Moulton C. B. cutter (B.), h. 252 Broadway 
Moulton Chas H. works Packard & BurrilPs, bds. 151 Otis 
Moulton C. J. B. agent (B.), h. 29 Prince 
Moulton C. Warren, h. 29 Prince 
Moulton C. W. H. (Moulton & Co.), ladders &c. Gore, near 

Sixth, boards 13 Squires ct. Gore 
Moulton Edward B. apothecary's clerk, h. 117 Thorndike 
Moulton Gilman, agent, house 10 Jay 
Moulton Henry (Moulton & Co.), ladders &c. Gore, near 

Sixth, house York, Maine 
Moulton John G. organ builder, S. S. Hamill's, h. 92 Gore 
Moulton Moses S. ornament maker, h. 179 Main 
Moulton Parkman A. clerk (23 and 24 South Market, B.), 

house 1 Green 
Moulton R. H. house 151 Otis 
Moulton & Co. (Henry Moulton, and C. W. H. Moulton), 

ladders, steps &c. Gore, near Sixth 
Mount Thomas J. feather brush-maker, h. 69 Spring 
Mowll Charles F. clerk, h. 107 Otis 
Mowry Albert E. (21 Cross, B.), house 4 River 
Mowry Charles D. galvanizer, h. Pleasant 
Moylan Ellen Mrs. boarding-house, 49 Clark 
Moylan Michael, blacksmith, h. Spring, near Eighth 
Muggett , stone-cutter, boards 4 Pioneer place 

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O Mulcahy Jeremiah H. boots and shoes, 155 Cambridge, house £ 

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•> Mulcahy John, currier, house Tannery u^ 
o Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, h. Reed, near Harvey 

£ Mulcahy Patrick, currier, h. Reed, near Harvey * 2 

Pn Muldoon Edward, driver, h. rear 17 Pine c* 

q Muldoon John, marble worker, h. Charles, near Fourth E 

^ Muldoon Win. H. restaurant, 69 Gore, h. do. P 
q Mulherein Geo. laborer, h. Hunting, near Cambridge 

<l> Mulholland James, confectioner, 459^ Main, h. 449 Main rt- 

E" 1 Mull Frederick, turner, h. 150 Spring £j 

w Mullen Christopher, bronzer, h. Pioneer, cor. Main © 

Jj Mullen David, lamp-lighter, h. 9 Bow p 

,q Mullen Hugh, hostler, Cambridge, cor. First, boards do. p* 
Q Mullen John, laborer, h. 4 Gore [Harvard 

« Mullen John R. boot and shoe-dealer (18 Pearl, B.), h. 361 Q 

g Mullen Malachi, laborer, h. 196 Green g 

Mullen Nicholas, laborer, h. rear 8 Gore M 

fc*| Mullen William, carpenter, h. Charles, cor. Court . £ 

O Mullens Patrick, workman, h. 168 Franklin q [tJ 

W Mullcr Christian, currier, h. Tannery [Tannery g.^ 

" Muller Henry, tanner and currier, bds. William Muller's, O ^j 

pq Muller William, tanner, Tannery, h. do. [cor. Tannery P -. 

Muller William jr. leather (277 Congress, B.), h. North ave. 5 

M Mullett William, police, h. Winter, near Fifth M 

S Mullett Win. H. engineer, University Press, h. at Brighton J^ 

"J Mulligan John, workman, h. 24 East Perry fcrj 

g Mulligan Thomas, laborer, h. 10 North CO 

" Mulliken Edward, h. 11 Walden g» 

. Mullin John, clerk (B.), bds. 2 Pioneer place [Walnut _ 

p Mullin Peter (Farrell & Mullin), grocer, 623 Main, h. 30 S 

g Mullins Thomas, h. 21 Third j 

r-H Mulloy Michael, hostler, h. 145 Bridge £* 

5 Mulrey Michael, laborer, h. 20 Foster CO 

£j Mulrey Patrick J. stone-cutter, h. 20 Foster £ 

fL| Multahey Nicholas, currier, h. 45 Reed p, 

Mulvahill Jeremiah, laborer, h. 238 Franklin ^ 

p Mulvahill Mary, widow, h. 238 Franklin Oi 

55 Mulvahill Thomas, laborer, h. 203 Franklin g* 

."£ Mulvany Morris, laborer, h. Third, n. Gore 5 
« Mumford Peter, hostler, U. R. R. h. 147 Windsor 

q Mumighan Owen, laborer,h. 171 Windsor g 

tg Mumler Lucinda Mrs. h. Brighton, cor Winthrop *~i 

g Munanne John, laborer, h. 7 Rice place zn 

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Mundy Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 92 Third 

Munn Benj. S. printer, h. 874 Main 

Munn Win. paper hanger, bds. 874 Main 

Munro Hugh M. carpenter, h. 199 Mt. Auburn 

Munroe A. Henry, clerk, 111 Cambridge, h. 94 Thorndike 

Munroe Amos, h. 63 Auburn 

Munroe Charles, laborer, h. 11 Webster ave 

Munroe Chas. mason, bds. 19 Eliot [Cambridge 

Munroe Chas. E. instructor in chemistry, H. U. h. 127 

Munroe Chas. H. provisions, 565 Main, h. 61 Auburn 

Munroe Chas. W. h. Kirkland, n. Sumner 

Munroe Edmund Mrs. h. 6 Summer [127 Cambridge 

Munroe Emma F. teacher, Cambridge Training-school, bds. 

Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cambridge, h. 127 Cam- 
bridge 

Munroe Geo. A. clerk, Geo. W. Gale's, bds. at Somerville 

Munroe Geo. H. bds. J. H. Munroe's, Dunster 

Munroe Geo. H. clerk, bds. 127 Cambridge 

Munroe Henry P. music teacher, h. 24 Pearl 

Munroe James, laborer, h. 30 Hastings 

Munroe James A. bds. Dunster, n. the wharf 

Munroe John H. gardener, h. Dunster, n. the wharf [ster 

Munroe Nathaniel, letter carrier, bds. J. H. Munroe's, Dun- 

Munroe Nathaniel W. (Atkins & Munroe), saloon, 111 Cam- 
bridge, h. 94 Thorndike 

Munroe Philip, moulder, 73 Hastings [Harrison ct. 

Munroe Sarah R. M. wid. h. Smith's blk. North ave. cor. 

Munroe T. G. carpenter, bds. 75 Inman 

MUNROE WM. A. auctioneer and real-estate agent, 111 
Cambridge, h. 94 Thorndike 

Munroe Win. A. lawyer (35 Court, B.), bds. 78 Franklin 

Munroe Wm. W. h. 78 Franklin ., 

Munroe, see also Monroe 

Munsey Nathan, teamster, h. Valentine, n. Pearl 

Munyan Daniel M. picture and picture-frames, 424 Harvard, 
h. 16 Mt. Auburn 

Munyan , bds. 16 Mt. Vernon 

Munk Chas L. carver, h. 63 Brookline 

Murdock Frank R. carpenter, h. Western ave. n. Putnam 

Murdock John N. Rev. secretary (Missionary Union, 12 
Bedford, B.), h. Orchard, n. Beech 

Murdock Robert, nurseryman, h. Western ave. n. Putnam 

Murdock Win. R. carpenter, h. Putnam ct. 

Murdock W. L. clerk, Boy den's, bds. 13 Prospect 



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Murley John, laborer, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
Murphey Cornelius, laborer, h. Franklin, n. Soden 
Murphy Cornelius, clothes-pressman (B.), h. Harvey 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 42 North 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h. 186 Hampshire 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h. 20 Washington 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, h. West 

/--Murphy Daniel, teamster, h. Hancock, n. Harvard 
Murphy Daniel C. brass-finisher, h. Hancock, n. Harvard 
Murphy Dennis, britannia, h. 65 Vine 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, h. 45 Amory 
Murphy Edward J. clerk, h. 210 Bridge 
Murphy Frances C. Mrs. h. 188 Hampshire [Forest 

Murphy Geo. S. produce dealer (56 Chatham, B.), bds. 19 
Murphy James, laborer, h. Porter, cor. Medford 
Murphy James, laborer, h. 19 Cowperthwait 

A* Murphy James, teamster, h. Franklin, n. Putnam 
Murphy James, laborer, h. Foster, n. Sparks 
Murphy James, laborer, bds. Bay, cor. Franklin 
Murphy James, laborer, h. 68 Second 
Murphy James, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Murphy James I. glass-worker, h. 110 Fourth 
Murphy James J. laborer, h. 120 Webster ave. 

i/ Murphy Jeremiah, teamster, h. Brookline, n. Perry 
Murphy Jeremiah, grocer, 187 Dublin, h. do. 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h. 11 Sargent 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, h. Kinnard, n. Putnam ] 
Murphy John, blacksmith, h. 250 Franklin 
Murphy John, gas-fitter, 644 Main, bds. Boston 
Murphy John, teamster, h. 194 Dublin 

i^ Murphy John, teamster, bds. McCarville's, Cedar 
Murphy John, carriage painter, bds. Murphy's, Dublin 
Murphv John, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Murphy John, paver, h. 163 Franklin , 

Murphy John, mason, bds. Foley's, 160 Dublin 
Murphy John, baker, h. 6 Sixth 
Murphy John, baker, h. 11 Hancock 
Murphy John, grocer, Court, n. Charles 
Murphy John, laborer, h. Qharles River, n. Mill 
Murphy John, butcher, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge J 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 32 Charles 
Murphy John, cooper, h. Cambridge, n. Ninth 
Murphy John, brass-finisher, h. 57 Harvard 



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9 Murphy John, laborer, h. 3 Tuttle 

| Murphy John, blacksmith, h. Foster, cor. Willard 

* Murphy John, at Carab. Stamping Co. bds. Pearl, c. Brooks 
S Murphy John Mrs. grocer, 8 Eighth, h. do. 

g Murphy John A. carpenter, h. Antrim, n. Broadway 
^ ( Murphy John D. teamster, h. Antrim, n. Broadway 
Murphy John J. rope-maker, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Murphy Kate, wid. h. 283 Cambridge 
Murphy Martin, laborer, h. 124 Spruce 
Murphy Mary Mrs. h. 63 North 
Murphy Mary, wid. h. 1 Green 
Murphy Mary, wid. h. West, n. Lee 
Murphy Mary, wid. h. 103 Spruce v 
Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker, Doe & Hunnewell's, Gore, 

h. 102 Cambridge 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. East, n. L. R. R. 
Murphy Michael, horse-dealer, h. 49 Reed 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. 84 Fifth 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. 186 Bridge 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h. 11 Short 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. r. 24 Vine 
Murphy Patrick, h. Sparks, n. Mt. Auburn 
Murphy Patrick A. glass-maker, h. 52 Charles^ 
Murphy Peter P. cabinet maker, h 3 Union 
Murphy Philip, traveling agent, h. 118 Brookline 
Murphy Pierce, laborer, h. 152 Court 
Murphy Terrence I. grocer, 5th h. in Willow pi. h. do. 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, h. r. Gore, n. Third 
Murphy Thomas, carpenter, h. Cedar, n. Spruce 
„ Murphy Thomas, stone-mason, h. Franklin, n. Bay 
Murphy Thomas, glass-maker, h. 17 Winter 
Murphy Timothy, mason, h. 14 Antrim 
Murphy Wm. teamster, h. Hancock 
Murphy Wm. lahorer, h. 151 Franklin 
Murphy William J. jeweller, h. Spring, r. 70 Gore 
Murray Alex. Mrs. h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Murray Bridget Mrs. h. r. 126 Brookline 
Murray Dennis J. gardener, h. Short, n. Bridge 
Murray Felix, pipe-fitter, h. 49 Sixth 
Murray Geo. sen. engineer, h. 359 Main 
Murray George jr. machinist, h. Gilpin, n. Main 
Murray Henry, pattern maker, h. 113 Hampshire 
Murray James, boiler maker, h. 119 Harvard 

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Murray James E. policeman, h. r. 96 Gore 

Murray John F. special police, h. 6 Fourth 

Murray John S. mason h. Brookline, cor. Lopez 

Murray Kenneth M. mason, bds. 82 Sixth 

Murray Patrick, laborer, h. 6 Fourth 

Murray Peter, laborer, h. r. 52 Charles 

Murray Robert, gardener, h. n. Fort Washington 

Murray Thos. clerk, Fitchburg R. R. Co. h. 5 Harrison ave. 

Murray Thos. teamster, bds. 4 North 

Murray Thos. Mrs. h. Bridge, n. Mansion House 

Murray Timothy, laborer, h. Norfolk, n. Somerville 

Murray Timothy W. gilder, h. 161 Broadway [Washington 

MUSHET JAMES A. confectioner, 361J aMin, h. r. 63 

Muzzey Artemas B. clergyman, h. Harvard, cor. Prescott 

Muzzey Geo. E. driver, Hose 4, h. 14 Coggswell ave. 

Muzzey Henry W. lawyer, Coolidge ave. n. Mt. Auburn 

Myer August, baker, h. 202 Cambridge 

Myers Chas. currier, h. Tannery 

Myers Godfrey, saloon, 56 Cambridge, h. do. 

Myre Henry, currier, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 

My rick Augusta G. Mrs. h. 9 Leighton ct. 

Myrick James F. tinplate worker, h. 50 Mills 

NAGLE GARRETT, hostler, h. Bay, n. Franklin 

NASH GEO. sewing machines, 541 Main, h. 67 River 

Nagle John, marble cutter, bds. Bay, n. Franklin 

Nagle John, teamster, h. North, n. Short 

Nalty John, horse-shoer at Bolger's, h. at Boston 

Nash Royal C. clerk (149 Court, B.), h. 63 Prospect 

Nash Samuel, tailor (149 Court, B.), h. 63 Prospect 

Nash Samuel, millwright, h. 39 Baldwin 

Nason Walter E. book-keeper (B.), bds. Bailey's, Cottage 

Natale Emma Mrs. h. 34Warland 

National City Bank of Cambridge, Main, cor. Norfolk 

Naughton John, laborer, h. Valentine, near Brookline 

Naughton John, painter, bds. 102 Kinnard 

Naughton Michael, tinsmith, h. 102 Kinnard 

Naughton Michael, laborer, h. 102 Kinnard 

Naueman John, cabinet maker, h. North ave. near Tannery 

Naumnan Jacob, confectionery, h. 222 Franklin 

Nay Frank T. book-keeper (B.J, h. 103 Otis 

Nay Isaac A. (Nay & Dodge), provision dealer, 25 and 26 

Haymarket sq. h. 35 Inman 
Nay Mary J. widow Samuel F. h. 127 Prospect 

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Nay & Dodge (Isaac A. Nay and Wm. H. Dodge), provis- 
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Neal T. A. hair-dresser, 574 Main, h. 28 Treraont 
Neal Thomas, stone-cutter, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Neale Addison M. cabinet maker, bds. Allston, near Paul 
Neale Daniel, carpenter, bds. 24 Dunster 
Neale E. Mrs. house 104 Main 
Neale Emery F. stereotyper, bds. rear 72 Allston 
Neale Felix, laborer, h. Dunster, near the wharf 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house rear 72 Allston 
Neale Nathaniel M. mason, boards rear 72 Allston 
Nealey James D. machinist, bds. 416 Main 
Needhatn Almira Miss, h. Garden, cor. Shepard 
Neilon Maria, widow Bartholomew, house 10 Fourth 
Neligan Joanna, widow Maurice, h. Montgomery, n. Spruce 
Neligan Maurice (P. Neligan & Son), boards 83 School 
Neligan Patrick, merchant tailor, 533 Main, h. School, near 

Main 
Neligan Thomas, laborer, house 163 Dublin 
Nelligan David, grave-digger, h. 84 Spruce 
Nelligan John, laborer, bds. 163 Dublin 
Nelligan Peter, carpenter, house 44 Foster 
Nelligan Peter, laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Nelligan Richard, laborer, boards 163 Dublin 
Nelson Augustus W. stair-builder (B.), house 40 Seventh 
Nelson Horace, druggist (29 India, B.), h. 4 Gore place 
Nelson James, cabinet maker, house 105 Gore [h. 45 Sixth 
Nelson James, asst. store-keeper (Boston Custom House, B.), 
Nelson James, moulder, h. Elm, near Cambridge 
Nelson James, printer, house 71 Inman 
Nelson John, glass-cutter, house 45 Sixth 
Nelson John, laborer, house 22 Fourth 
Nelson Peter, glass-cutter, boards 43 Sixth 
Nelson Thomas, laborer, bds. Hamburg's, Harvey 
Nesbitt James W. carpenter, Main, boards 11 Douglass 
Nesbitt John, carpenter, house 109 Sparks ^ 

Nesbitt John jr. carpenter, house 109 Sparks 
Nesbitt Mrs. widow, nurse, house 22 Sixth 
Nesbitt Robert, carpenter,boards John Nesbitt's, 109 Sparks 
Nesdel Catherine, widow, house 17 Washington 
Neville Patrick, laborer, h. Dublin, near railroad 
Nevin Philip, carpenter, house 18 Railroad 
Nevons Hiram H. paver, house 254 Broadway 
New Peter, blacksmith, h. Cambridge, bet. Sixth and Seventh 

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" Newcomb Charles F. car-conductor, house 89 Tremont gj 

£ Newcomb Charles S. carpenter, house Gardner, n. Prospect 4 

u Newcomb Isaac B. fish-dealer, house 1 Village ^ 

r5 Newcomb Thomas G. book-keeper (B.), h. 21 Coggswell ave. o 

" Newcomb T. James, fish-dealer, house 5 Cottage £ 

© Newell Andrew H. boards 16 Fayette ^ 

p< Newell Charles A. book-keeper (B.), boards 16 Fayette y. 

9 Newell Charles S. clerk (B.), h. 16 Fayette B 

QJ Newell Richard, painter, house 45 Brookline p 

^ Newell Robert R. counsellor (B.), boards 20 Berkeley jf^w" 

«j Newell Washington Allston, book-keeper, bds. 16 Fayette ^1 

© Newell William, clergyman, house 20 Berkeley J§ Jl 

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O Newman Edward B. glass-cutter, house 77 Gore 02 

•• Newman Ellen E. Mrs. house 109 Gore 6 2 

^ Newman Francis J. glass-cutter, house 109 Gore P i-j 

y Newman Henry, druggist (B.), house 26 Park p ^ 

#4 %Newman John B. porter (B.), house 75 Gore £§ p; 

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W Newman Michael, teamster, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge c+ O 

•^ Newman Patrick, stable foreman, J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. ® p 

5 214 Cambridge Sm 

^ Newman Thos. laborer, h. 97 Elm * q 

p^ Newman Thos. W. fancy glass-worker, h. 109 Gore W'd 

^ Newmarch Joseph, biker, 151 Harvard, h. 149 Harvard xn % 

Newton Edwin A. carriage trimmer, J. A. Henderson's, off 

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fl Newton Henry F. signal-man, G. J. R. R. h. Chestnut, n. 

§ Nichol Geo. editor, h. 159 Brattle ** 

^J Nichols Betsey, wid. of Robert, bds. 3 Chestnut pi. 

■g Nichols Carrie C. Miss, seamstress, h. 15 Sydney gj 

ca Nichols Chas. C. carriage trimmer, h. Pleasant, cor. River g 

Ph Nichols Curtis C. sec. (Five Cent Savings Bank,38 School, 

'{A B.) s h. Magazine, cor. Franklin ^ 

« Nichols David L. salesman, bds. 324 Harvard 

'£» Nichols Edward T. melodeon maker, h. 40 Columbia Q 

Nichols Geo. cabinet maker, h. 75 Gore f> 

Nichols H. C. apothecary, Stratton's blk. 169 Cambridge \& 



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Nichols John T. G. physician, office 63 Brattle 

Nichols Samuel, carpenter, h. 25 Mills 

Nichols Sarah S. wid. Thos, P. h. 15 Sydney 

Nichols Stephen, laborer, h. 72 Harvard 

Nichols Win. H. wharfinger (B.), h. 340 Broadway 

Nicholson Frances, wid. of Chas. h. 192 Broadway 

Nicholson Hector, wines and liquors (172 Commercial, B.), 

h. 146 Pearl 
Nicholson John, laborer, h. 20 Dublin 
Nicholson John E. shipping-clerk, bds. 15 Franklin 
Nicholson Sylvanus, express (B.), h. 21 Franklin 
Nickelson Wrn. engineer, h. 5 Village 
Nickerson Chas. M. book-keeper, h. 22 Inman 
Nickerson I Frank, carpenter, h. 69 Moore 
Nickerson Mary L. dress-maker, 69 Harvard [lumbia 

Nickerson Seth L. hoots and shoes, 537 Main, h. 37 Co- 
Nihan Thos. laborer, h. 6 North 
Nihen Frank, teamster, h. Bridge 
Niles Catherine, wid. Nathaniel, h. 32 Mt. Auburn 
Niles Daniel W. book and music store (Bromfield, B.), 

bds. 512 Main 
Niles Geo. carpenter, bds. Rufus Niles', Elm, n. Somerville 
Niles Nathaniel, printer (30 Kilby, B.),bds. 32 Mt. Auburn 
Niles Robert, carpenter, bds. Willis', Elm, cor. Russell 
Niles Rufus, blacksmith, h. Elm, n. Somerville line 
Niles W. Harmon, naturalist, bds. Harvard, n. Linden 
Niven Peter, carpenter, h. 188 Hampshire 
Nixon Alex, pedler, h. Rideout 
Nixon Edward, grease-collector, h. Valentine, n. Pearl 

Nixon Geo. laborer, Mt. Auburn, h. 18 Rice pi. 

Nixon John (Nixon Brothers), grocer, Carubridge, beyond 
Warren, h. do. 

Nixon Mary Mrs. h. 23 Magazine [Warren, h. do. 

Nixon Wm. (Nixon Brothers), grocer, Cambridge, beyond 

Nixon Brothers (Win. and John Nixon), groceries and 
provisions, Cambridge, beyond Warren 

Noare Vincent, h. Charles, n. Fifth 

Noble David A. mason, h. 8 Tremont 

Noble Geo. W. C. private school-teacher (40 Winter, B.), 
house 21 Concord avenue 

Nolan Edward J. glass-worker, h. 35 Winter 

Nolan Michael, in (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h.Willow pi. 

Nolan Michael, horse-shoer, bds. Quinlan's, Brookline 

Nolan Michael, currier, h. 76 Spruce 

Nolan Thos. gardener, h. 40 Foster 

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O Nolan Thomas, laborer, h. 108 Third ^ 

g Nolan Thos. laborer, h. 18 Foster O 

pq Nolen James, laborer, h. 25 Banks £ 

Nolen John F. book-binder, h. Franklin, n. Putnam p* 

© Nolen Thos. paper hanger and painter, h. Webster ave. n. °^ 

03 Cambridge Q 

p[J Noonan Abbie Mrs. h. Dunster, n. South [South o 

Noonan Jeremiah, hostler, bds. Mrs. Noonan's, Dunster, n. ^ 

Noonan Mary, wid. house Brattle, n. School g' 

S* Noonan Patrick, laborer, h. 19 Cowperthwait (JQ 

9 Noonan Patrick, cabinet maker, h. 47 Reed £ 
g^ Noonan Thos. laborer, h. 10 Hancock [17 Perry 



Norcross Albert, springbed and lounge-manufacturer, h. g* 



A Normed Joseph, supt. metallic art works, bds. 33 Fourth hh 

P Norris Albert (Norris & Richardson), carpenter, Western q 

■» ave. h. 34 Western ave. [do. fed ►£ 

E^ Norris Albert L. physician and surgeon, 152 Cambridge, h. g Q 

m Norris Alex, coal and wood, 443 Main, h. Washington, n. g* W 

p^ Harrison p ^j 

. Norris Chas. A. carpenter, h. 19 Baldwin * ?1 

H Norris James D. book-keeper, h. 18 Mason q 

., Norris Jennie Miss, school-teacher, bds. 86 Cambridge £> 

5 Norris John L. carpenter, h. 21 Mellen £j 

Norris Mary T. wid. h. 19 Baldwin ^ 

Norris Wm. A. laborer, h. 52 Washington &3 

Norris Wm. E. fish and oysters, 5 Brattle, h. Winthrop w 

Norris Wm. H. T. carpenter, h. 31 Pleasant 8P 

^ Norton Edward H. soap-manuf. Windsor, junction Med- q 

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§ Norton Fanny, wid. h. 172 Franklin - 

*£ Norton Michael, h. 7 Chauncy tf* 

•g Norton Roger, laborer, h. 7 Fourth w 

§ Nott Richard, laborer, h. 16 Madison p 

ft Nott Richard H. law-student, bds. Kent's, 15 School ct. M« 

Nourse Benjamin F. (25 Kilby, B.), h. 5 Kinnard ^ 

Nourse B. F. jr. clerk, 12 Haymarket sq. h. 5 Kinnard w 

j-j Nourse Newell, grocer (87 Broad, B.), h. 20 Clinton g 2 

EJ Noval Chas. plasterer, h. 13 Sydney 5 

Nowell Bradford, book-keeper (B.), h. Gardner,n. Prospect B 

"g Nowell Chas. F. carpenter, h. 132 Harvard P 

eg Nowell Eliza C. Mrs. h. 1 Fremont ® 

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Nowell James- A. discount clerk (Second National Bank, 

B.), bds 40 Inraan 
Nowell Joseph S. clerk (B.), bds. Nowell's, 40 Inman 
Nowers Alfred W. provision dealer, 154 Harvard, h. 8 

Union 
Noyes Chas. C. salesman (B.), bds. 861 Main 
Noyes Claudius A. (Noyes & Jenkins), lightning rods and 

livery stable, 120 Green, h. 861 Main 
Noyes David W. salesman (B.), h. 861 Main 
Noyes Edwin B. teamster, bds. 16 Market 
Noyes E. S. supt. at Walworth's, h. 16 Market 
Noyes Geo. D. counsellor (20 State, B.),bds. G. R. Noyes', 

North avenue, opp. Jarvis 
Noyes Geo. H. machinist, bds. 16 Market 
Noyes Geo. R. Mrs. h. North ave. 
Noyes Geo. W. brick-layer, h. 67 Ellery 
Noyes Linia N. wid. of James, boarding-house, Wheat- 
land blk. Cambridge [pect 
Noyes Samuel, clothing (140 Devonshire, B.),h. 123 Pros* 
Noyes Samuel jr. clerk (B.), bds. 7 Norfolk 
NOYES & JENKINS (Claudius A. Noyes and Samuel 
Jenkins), lightning-rods, and boarding and livery 
stable, 120 Green 
Nudd Jacob, h. 39 Williams 

Nugent Bernard F. packer, h. Webster ave. n. Somerville 
Nugent Michael, organ tuner, h. 18 School 
Nugent Thos. laborer, h. 27 Vine 
Nurse Gilbert, h. 29 Norfolk 
Nutter Abbie R. h. 102 Main 
Nutter Sarah, widow, h. 74 Harvard 

Nutting Ephraim M. carriage painter, Palmer, h. 7 Gerry 
Nutting James L. h. Third, cor. Gore 
Nutting Jonathan D. hardware and stoves, 454 Main,h. 57 
Columbia [ G aid n er place 

Nutting Philip (P. Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, h. 
Nutting P. & Co. (Philip Nutting and Joel H. Prescott), 

blacksmiths and wheelwrights, Palmer 
Nye Alan son, h. 90 Prospect 
Nye Mary Mrs. h. 1 Austin pi. 
Nyhan Daniel, laborer, h 131 Court 

OAKES LUCY, wid. h. Wash. cor. Cherry 

Oates Richard, yeast-maker, h. Harrison ave. n. River 

Obery Joseph, polisher, h. 25 Sixth 

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m O'Brien Barney, laborer, h. r. Bridge, n. Mansion House 

O'Brien Bernard, mason, h. 35 Winter g 
O O'Brien Burnett, glass-cutter, h. 5 Lincoln 

§ O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, h. Lechmere place ^ 

2 O'Brien Daniel, mason, h. 63 Cedar O 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. 57 North S 

O O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. 431 Cambridge 09 
g< O'Brien Edmund, laborer, h. 130 Pleasant 

9 O'Brien Edmund jr. machinist, bds. 130 Pleasant R 

#2 O'Brien Elemore, widow Dennis, h. Lambert, n. Cambridgt § 

O'Brien Edward B. upholsterer, h. 86 Sparks ^^ 

g O'Brien Grace, wid. James, h. 35 Winter w 

q O'Brien Hugh J. solicitor, h. 67 Brookline P ^ 

^ O'Brien James, cabinet maker, h. 6 Winter gJ^CD 

g O'Brien James, teamster, h. North ave. n. Meacham £* 

^ O'Brien James, grocer, h. Winthrop, n. Dunster ^ M . 

O O'Brien James, laborer, h. 86 Sparks ^ P 

O'Brien James H. carpenter, h. 15 Winter O 

M O'Brien James R. clerk, h. 82 Green B § 

rj O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, h. 11 Wyeth g 

P3 O'Brien Jeremiah, laborer, h. 143 Webster ave. o 3 

Ph O'Brien Jeremiah, blacksmith, h. Hancock, cor. Green "* w 

pq O'Brien John, stone-cutter, h. 46 Dock 55 O 

O'Brien John, gas-fitter, h. 24 Jay$j J* B 

W O'Brien John, carpenter, h. Green, n. Bay © ^ 
£5 O'Brien John, laborer, h. 248 Franklin [town £*g 
<\ O'Brien John, teamster, Wellington Bros.' h. at Charles- W^ 

tf O'Brien John F. gardener, bds. 88 Sparks g 2 

W O'Brien Mary, wid. h. 84 Fifth £ £T 

O'Brien Michael, stone-cutter, house 46 Dock P g 

w O'Brien Owen, mason, bds. John Moran's, Gore " 

§ O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house 88 Sparks ?* 
O O'Brien Patrick, tailor (34 School, B.), h. 118 Columbia 

jfl O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. Hancock, cor. Franklin Q , 

3 O'Brien Thomas, laborer, house Green, near Bay H 

^ O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. Amory, n. Hampshire P 

O'Brien Thomas J. engineer, h. 132 Pleasant ^ 

bfi O'Brien Timothy, clerk (B.), house Gerry <J 

.3 O'Brien William, teamster, h. Harvey, near Cedar "^ 

+3 O'Brien William, agent, bds. Webster ave. E~ 

Ph O'Brien William S. cabinet maker, h. 66 Vine S 

+3 Obst Augustine, cabinet maker, h. Howard, n. Cambridge ** 

g O'Connell Anthony, cabinet maker, h. 32 Charles fctf 

*g O'Connell Callahan, laborer, house 9 Railroad CQ 



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O'Connell Daniel, laborer, house 111 Dublin 

O'Connell Dennis, laborer, house Warren, n. Porter 

O'Connell James, baker, h. Columbia, n. Hampshire 

O'Connell John, cooper, bds. 390 Main 

O'Connell John, laborer, h. Fourth, n. Winter 

O'Connell Mary Mrs. h. Harvey, opp. Clay 

O'Connell Michael, laborer, house 129 Dublin 

O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge 

O'Connell Patrick, tailor, h. between Banks and DeWolf 

O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 

O' Conner Cornelius, farmer, house 76 Spruce 

O' Conner Ellen, widow of Peter, house 143 Bridge 

O'Conner James, gardener, h. 257 Franklin 

O'Conner James, carver (Charlestown), h. 96 Gore 

O'Conner John, laborer, house Harvey 

O'Conner Mary, widow Michael, grocer, h. 108 Spruce 

O'Conner Patrick, laborer, house 11 Sparks 

O'Conner Sarah, widow of Maurice, house 31 Bow 

O'Conner Thomas, cabinet maker (B.), h. Broadway, near 

O'Conner Timothy, laborer, h. Porter, n. Warren [Winter 

O'Conner William, laborer, h. Spruce, n. Montgomery 

O'Conners Daniel F. boards 183 Bridge 

O'Conners Mary, widow, house 93 Webster ave. 

O'Connor Charles B. pressman, Riverside, bds. 33 Bow 

O'Connor Jeremiah, laborer, house 19 Brewery 

O'Connor Martin, laborer, house 11 School 

O'Connor Maurice R. clerk, house 7 Everett place 

O'Connor Maurice T. laborer, h. Ellery, near Harvard 

O'Connor Pat. laborer, house 69 Spruce 

O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 65 Spruce 

O'Connor Timothy, laborer, house 20 Sparks 

Odenwilder G. currier, h. Harvey, opp. Clay 

Odiorne Frederick (Odiorne & Ryder), varnish manufactory 

(65 Commercial, B.), h. 287 Harvard 
Odiorne Thomas, house 3 Ellsworth avenue 
Odiorne William H, house 287 Harvard 
O'Donahue Patrick, laborer, house 15 Foster 
O'Donnell James, blacksmith, h. McCabe, n. Cambridge 
O'Donnell James, painter, house 353 Cambridge 
O'Donnell Jeremiah, tailor, house 2 Eaton 
O'Donnell John, merchant (162 Broad, B.), h. 233 Harvard 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, house 17 Crane 
O'Donnell William, carpenter, h. 116 Thorndike 

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3 O'Donnell Wm. blacksmith, bds. rear 79 Hastings [3 
~* Offinger Charles, cabinet maker, house 4 Portland ^ 

Ogle Thomas M. porter, house 46 Hastings 



O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house Clay 



O'Hara Peter, tailor, house 80 Harvard 



Olney Albert G. merchant (34 Chauncy, B.), h. Magazine, n. 



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O O'Hara Thomas, laborer house (Porter, Medford) 5° 
££ O'Hara Thomas, loborer, h. Sydney, n. Washington 

O'Hearn Dennis, laborer, house 200 Dublin [jjj 

m O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, h. 13 Foster r* 

£* O'Hern John, laborer, h. Franklin, near Bay ^ 
p5 O'Keefe Furgus, works Daniel Treadwell's, 29 Concord ave 
<j O'Keefle Timothy, laborer, h. Warren, near Jefferson 

O O'Keeffe Ellen Miss, boarding-house, 8 Davis |x] 
tj O'Keeffe Patrick, currier, house 70 Spruce 

P Old Cambridge Post Office, Lyceum building, Harvard sq. KrJ 

m . O'Leary John, carpenter, h. 195 Dublin H 

Q d O'Leary Thomas, carpenter, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge Q 

# 3 Oliver David M. (B.), house 423 Broadway W 

O § Oliver Hubbard, harness maker (B.), h. 76 Washington ^ 

WpQ Oliver Robert H. carpenter, h. Warren, n. Cambridge p* 

^5 Oliver Sarah H. widow David, h. North ave. n. Holmes pi. P 

Olrastead Susan H. Mrs. house 70 Dana p 

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3 Olsen Charles, clerk, house 6 Holly 

+3 Olson Jonas, grainer, Bridge, cor. Third, h. 41 Tremont 1-3 

* Olson Lars, laborer, h. 4 Wheatland blk. Cambridge 2 

bD O'Neal Jerry, laborer, rear 19 Hastings P 

.9 O'Neal Patrick, laborer, h. Bolton, near Dublin i£-< 

& O'Neal Patrick, laborer, house 26 North ° 

^O O'Neale Peter, stone-cutter, h. Court, near the bridge Htf 

O O'Neil Arthur, cabinet maker, bds. Reed's blk. Cedar p* 

» O'Neil James, soap-maker, h. 14 Webster ave. g 

Jj O Neil James, watchman, L. R. R. house 17 Fifth 

"g O'Neil James, jig-sawyer, boards 2 Cedar fcj 

O O'Neil James, laborer, h. rear 7 Webster ave. O 

^ O'Neil James Edward, clerk, Bay State Glass Company's, g- 

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d O'Neil John, laborer, h. 15 Tuttle 



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O'Neil John, grocer, 24 Vine, h. do. 

O'Neil Michael, shoe-maker, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn 

O'Neil Michael, laborer, h. 104 Sparks 

O'Neil Michael, laborer, h. 17 Railroad 

O'Neil Michael B. shipping-clerk, bds. 17 Fifth 

O'Neil Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 56 Broadway 

O'Neil Samuel, baker, h. 17 Cowperthwait 

O'Neil Thos. teamster, h. 191 Broadway 

O'Neil Walter, laborer, h. Short, n. North 

O'Neil Wm. laborer, h. 51 Amory 

O'Neil Wm. coachman, bds. 3 Oak 

Orcutt Alfred H. collector, h. 148 Brookline 

Orcutt David H. stamper in book-bindery, h. 13 Union 

Orcutt Henry J. mason, bds. 41 Holyoke 

Orcutt Ira B. salesman (B.), h. 17 Webster 

Orcutt W. H. book-binder, h. 13 Union 

Orcutt Wm. A. book-binder, h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. 

Orcutt W. Hunter, h. Webster, n. schoolhouse 

Orcutt John, clerk, bds. 148 Brookline 

Ord John, carpenter, h. 16 Vine 

Ordway Aaron, h. 20 Worcester 

Ord way Augustus W. clerk, bds. Kent's Hotel, School ct. 

Orgass Charles, brass-finisher, bds. 57 Gore 

O'Riley James, butcher, h. 198 Cambridge 

O'Riley Tlios. laborer, h. Rideout, n. Cambridge 

Orne' Ann S. widow, h. 49 Auburn [burn 

Orne Caroline F. Miss, librarian, Dana Library, h. 49 Au- 

Orne Chas. P. apothecary clerk, 493 Main, h. 495 Main 

Orne Joel S. apothecary, 493 Main, h. 495 Main 

Orne John jr. teacher, High school, h. 104 Ellery 

Orpin Fletcher, case-maker, h. 4 Fourth 

Orth Henry, machinist (B.), bds. 62 Broadway 

Orth , blacksmith, bds. 62 Broadway 

Osborn Abner J. carpenter, h. 95 Green 

Osborn Adolphus, soap and paper makers' supplies (25 Cen- 
tral, B.), h. 141 Austin 

Osborn Anna Maria, private-school, 35 Norfolk,h. 34 Norfolk 

Osborn Dalphon (D. Osborn & Co.), planing-mill, State, n. 
Main, h. Washington, n. Columbia 

Osborn Eldorado, kindling-wood, bds. 52 Magazine 

Osborn James D. (D. Osborn & Co.), planing-mill, State, 
bds. Washington, n. Columbia [73 Walnut 

Osborn Jesse, messenger (Shawmut National Bank, B.), h. 

OSBORN D.& CO. (Dalphon Osborn and James D. Os- 
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2 Osborne Mary A. Mrs. h. 35 Norfolk [zine 

g Osgood Charles E. foreman, soap-manufactory, h. 73 Maga- 
pq Osgood Clara C. Mrs. h. 729 Cambridge [729 Cambridge 

Osgood Geo. hats, caps and furs (183 Washington, B.), h. 
© Osgood Geo. M. post-master, Old Cambridge, h. 834 Main 
§ Osgood Julia H. assistant school-teacher, bds. Hey wood's, 
SJ Elm 

O'Shea Michael C. gardener, h. 35 Charles [Otis 

£ Otis James K. cabinet manufacturer (42 Chardon B.), h. 103 
§< Otis Robert M. physician, 160 North ave. h. do. 
9 Otis Wm. S. cabinet maker, h. 1 Sixth 
£4 Otto John, machinist (B.), h. 60 Harvard 

Otto Wm. varnisher, h. 62 Brimmer blk. Harvard 
2 Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs. upholsteress, h. Western ave. cor. 
® Dana court 

j| Outten Geo. B. furniture (100 Cambridge, B.), h. 15 Elm 

Owen Geo. h. 17 Ellsworth ave. 



»d Owen Geo. jr. artjst (12 West, B.), h. Cambridge, cor. Elery ^ M 

Owen Geo. C. clerk (B.), h. 17 Ellsworth ave. <* g 

Owen John, bds. 17 Ellsworth ave. CQi-j 

Owen Nathaniel, clerk, bds. 63 School £ ~> 

pq Owens Hugh, mason, h. 54 Fifth g g 

to Owens James, laborer, h. 3 Portland g g. 

Oxford Charles W. (Oxford & Bro.), furniture and kitchen hj O 

furnishing goods, 529 Main, h. 19 Bigelow qtjB 

M Oxford Joseph M. (Oxford & Bro.), furniture and kitchen ^ H 

{3 furnishing goods, 529 Main, h. 24 Cottage Jg 5* 

<1 Oxford & Brother (Joseph M. and Charles W. Oxford), fur- S»d 

Pj niture and kitchen furnishing goods, 529 Main T.§ 

PACKARD ALMOND, h. 15 Wendell g. g 

JQ Packard Alonzo (Packard & Burrill), brush-manuf. bds. O p 

§ Mrs. Lydia Runy's, 101 Thorndike P ft 

O Packard Alvin, builder, h. Gardner, n. Prospect 
eg Packard Chas. E. machinist, bds. 39 Windsor P 

Packard Frederick A. clerk (B.), h. 15 Wendell g 

Packard & Burrill (Alonzo Packard and Chas. O. Burrill), • 

brush-manufacturers, 60 Cambridge and (33 Exchange, ^ 

B.) [Sydney, n. Franklin <* 

Packer Clinton M. (J. W. Packer & Co.), carpenter, bds. " 



g Packer James W. (J. W. Packer & Co.), builder, h. 170 ^ 

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Packham James, printer, rooms 20 Holyoke 

Packham , printer, rooms 20 Holyoke 

Packwood John, glass-cutter, h. 94 Gore 

Paddock James, grocer (Broad, B.), h. 64 Sacramento 

Page Asa, book-keeper (B.),h. 37 Pleasant 

Page Carlos L. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-maker, Hamp- 
shire, junc. Broadway, h. Bristol, d. Hampshire 

Page Geo. G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-manufacturer, 
Broadway, junc. Hampshire, h. 445 Cambridge 

Page Gilman, box-maker, bds. 118 Harvard §f 

Page Lemuel, flour (57 Commercial, B.), h. 12 Dover 

Page Ovando G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), box-maker, Hamp- 
shire, junc. Broadway, h. 141 Washington 

Page Paul T. h. 115 Inman [21 Cottage 

Page Perkins C produce dealer (24 Suffolk market, B.), h. 

Page Samuel, artist (42 Studio building, B.), bds. 29 Everett 

Page Susan G. wid. W. H. Page, h. 85 Brattle 

Page Wm. h. 23 Lee 

Page Wm. machinist, bds. r. 112 Broadway 

Page Geo. G. & Co. (Geo. G. Page, Chas. Gray, Ovando 
G. Page and Carlos L. Page), box-manufacturers,Hamp- 
shire, junc. Broadway 

Paige Lucius R. treasurer of Cambridgeport Savings Bank, 
h. 112 Washington 

Paine Albert H. milkman, bds. 59 Walnut 

Paine Alfred W. clerk (B.), k3 Broadway 

Paine Chas. A. mechanic, bds. 7 Park 

Paine Chas. H. clerk, h. 47 Windsor 

Paine Chas. M. optician (373 Wash. B.), h. 84 Washington 

Paine Ellen Miss, h. 155 Spring [Sparks 

Paine Frederick W. optician, h. 84 Washington 

Paine Henry W. counsellor (32 Pemberton sq. B.), h. 66 

Paine James, organ pipe-maker, Gore, n. Fifth, bds. 155 

Paine John Mrs. h. 155 Spring [Spring 

Paine John K. music teacher, H. U. h. Frisbie pi. Kirkland 

Paine John S. furniture (42 Canal, B.), h. 8 Dana 

Paine L. C. tinplate worker, bds. 5 Rockwell 

Paine Robert E. hair-dresser, h. 9 South 

Paisley Hector, carriage painter, bds. J. Henderson's 

PalmasChas. laborer, h. 109 Harvard 

Palmer D Sanford, car-conductor, rooms 25 Mt. Auburn 

Palmer Geo. R. teamster, h. Gore, n. Fifth 

Palmer Granville, carpenter, Auburn, h. 66 Magazine 

Palmer John, cutter (B.), h. 34 Broadway 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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Palmer John, grocer, Gore, cor. Second, h. 86 Gore 

Palmer John K. physician, h. 736 Main 

Palmer Nancy C. Miss, h. 89 Gore 

Palmer Samuel, drain-builder, h. 173 Harvard 

Palmer Wm. ivory layer, Tower's, bds. 5 Dickinson 

Pancoast Benj. tinner, h. r. 73 Walnut 

Pardee Ely A. book-keeper, bds< 378 Broadway 

Park Addie T. h. 110 Auburn 

Park Geo. W. lawyer (46 Court, B.), h. 24 Arlington 

Park John, carpenter, h. Walnut ct. n. Magazine ct. 

Park John, clerk, h. 30 Ellery 

Parker Benj. F. doors, sashes and blinds (9 and 10 Charlei- 

town, B.), house Sacramento, near Oxford 
Parker Bridget, widow, h. Hackett's lane, corner Green 
Parker Carlton Mrs. house 30 Tremont 
Parker Charlotte R. widow John, h. 46 Trowbridge 
Parker Daniel W. (L. C. Swett & Co.), 412 Main, house 132 

Pearl 
Parker Edward H. dry goods (B.), bds. 30 Tremont 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ellen, widow Thomas B. h. 16 School ct. 
Parker E. M. Miss, teacher, bds. 71 Third 
Parker Fred. C. cigar maker, house 57 Brookline 
Parker G. C. boards 30 Tremont 
Parker George E. brush-maker, house 175 Cambridge 
Parker Hannah R. Miss, house 92 Magazine 
Parker Horatio G. lawyer, house 6 Ash 
Parker James H. machinist, house 23 Prince 
Parker Joel, house 5 Craigie [Trowbridge 

Parker John S. hats, caps &c. (Washington, B.), house 5Q 
Parker Luther L. deputy sheriff and coroner, office Bank build- 
ing, E. C. house 38 Second 
Parker Sanford A. confectioner, house 30 Front 
Parker Theodore Dehon, house 18 Garden 
PARKER WM. carpenter and builder, h. Mt. Auburn pi. 
Parker Wm. carver, bds. North Third, cor. Cambridge 
Parker Wm. A. Capt. (U. S. N.), house 92 Magazine 
Parker Wm. K. carriage trimmer, Henderson Bros.' boards 
Parkerson Wm. Mrs. house 34 Foster [(Boston) 

Parkhill Samuel J. printer, house 1 Rockwell 
Parkinson Henry A. teamster, house 184 Windsor 
Parkinson Joseph, mould-maker, boards 38 Fifth 
Parkinson Richard G. teamster, h. rear 67 Moore 
Parks Charles, gas-fitter, boards 14 Front 

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Parks Jane, widow James, house 58 Amory JJJ 65 

Parks John, bds. 2 Shepherd's blk. Charles River ^ 

Parks Thomas, salesman, house 135 Hampshire pi q 

Parks Wm. moulder, house 2 Dickinson £. Q 

Parmenter Ezra, house Second, near Otis P 1-3 

Parmenter Wm. H. clerk, house 9 Tremont ^ w 

Parrock Wm. H. clerk (B.), house 136 Pleasant gf f> 

Parrot J. at Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. Main, near Court © 
Parrot Louis, workman, Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds.143 Main S- h§ 
Parry James, glass-cutter, house 7 Fifth " (aj 

Parson Lucy S. widow Lemuel, h. 373 Harvard O 

Parsons Allen B. carpenter, Palmer, h. 35 Mellen CJ 

Parsons Candace H. Miss, dress-maker, North avenue, near £h 

Walden, bds. Russell, near North avenue 1-3 

Parsons Charles A. gas-fitter, 12 Harvard row, bds. 32 Mellen ^ 

Parsons Harmond, carpenter, house 2 Walden 
Parsons Henry, student, house 373 Harvard 
PARSONS HENRY K. boarding and livery stable, hay and 

straw, 196 North ave. bds. Russell, n. North avenue 
Parsons Sylvanus M. cattle broker, house Russell 
Parsons Theopilus, foouse 54 Garden 
Parsons Wm* printer (B.), house 19 Brooks 
Partek> w Charles J. painter, house 2 Williams 
Partington Henry, brick-layer, house 29 Harvard 
Partridge John H. house 28 Wendell 
Partridge Polly widow Henry, house 9 Meacham 
Partridge Welcome L. ship-broker, house 5 Green 
Partridge Wm. sea-captain, bds. Partridge's, Meacham 
g Pasco John, book-seller, house 4 Blackstone 
Pasnault Lewis, carver, house 98 Gore 
^J q~ Paich Charles A. (66 Congress, B.), bds. Harvard, n. Inman 
^ W) Patch Charles R. oil-dealer (7 Central wharf, B.), house 269 q 
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o3 Patch Samuel, real-estate broker, house 78 Columbia g] 

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M O Pattee George D. livery stable (260 Hanover, B.), h. Wal- S Jj 

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pq • Patten Thaddeus Dr. dentist, 104 Cambridge, h. do. W 

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O Patterson George M. travelling agent, house 12 Tremont 5 

j» Patterson James, laborer, h. Spruce, near brickyard 

m Patterson John, stone-cutter, h. rear 6 Vine O 

Patterson Julia, widow Michael, h. Franklin, n. Hancock *"* 

O Patterson Robert, laborer, h. Spruce, near brickyard ^ 

eg Patterson Thomas Mrs. house Harvey, n. Arlington R. R. 2 

nj Paul F. J. cigar maker, house rear 23 River p 

Paul Ivory C. cutter (85 Washington, B.), h. 58 Walnut »Q 

£ Paul Robert, painter, h. Elm, near Cambridge g 

S 4 Pauline John, at Woodbury's moulding-mill, h. 41 Vine © 

g Paulson C. wheelwright, rear 25 Gore, h. Wheatland block, t^ 

E_i Paxton James, confectioner, h. 29 Holyoke [Cambridge <•$ w 

Payne Charles, clerk, bds. Austin, cor. Essex p ^j 

I* Payne Charles W. mason, house 10 Jay £3 ?* 

Jq Payne J. hair-dresser, bds. Wendell, near Carver P - p 

d Payne, see also Paine tf*J"* 

os Paynter William P. carpenter, h. 141 Columbia & 

^ Payson Joseph H. box-maker, bds. 39 Cherry CpP 

Peabody Andrew P., Preacher to the University, and Plum- £ 9 

k? mer Professor of Christian Morals, H. U. house Quincy, E >-t 

q corner Harvard P — * 

pq Peabody Elizabeth Miss, bds. Mrs. Horace Mann's, 19 Follen 4 £ 

Ps Peabody H. W. milk-dealer, house 59 Walnut w ^ 

• Peach Charles T. jig-sawyer, h. Cambridge, opp. Wheatland fjg 

P Peacock Margaret Mrs. h. Dunster, n. College wharf [blk. CD 5 

M Pear Charles M. grocer, house 17 Worcester «+U 

£q Pear Edward, silversmith (7 Avery, B.), h. 42 Essex T.Q 

<J Pear John, undertaker, house 28 Front gTO 

p5 Pear John S. grocer (Green, B.), h. 17 Worcester co ^ 

PH Pear Sarah A. E. Miss, house 28 Front O g 

Pear Thomas (Pear & Brother), jeweller (29 Avery, B.), h. P © 

oq Suffolk, near Norfolk P 
rt Pear Wm. B. Mrs. house Norfolk, near Broadway 

Pearce Albert, brass-finisher, house 13 Pine 

Pearce Frederick, brass-finisher, bds. 13 Pine Q 

Pearson Alexander C. paper hanger, h. 519 Main W 

c$ Pearson Chas. S. paper hanger, h. 125 Washington O 

P"* Pearson David J. photographer, house 30 Park ^ 

Pearson Frederick A. paper hanger, h. 519 Main 5 

Q Pearson John A. paper box-maker, Main, h. Green, n. Brook- " 

£ Pearson John D. house 9 Sydney [line £~ 

£] Pearson L. R. printer, University Press [c. Columbia 2 

Pearson Lizzie H. Miss, clerk, 559 Main, bds. Washington, § 

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Pearson Thomas, cabinet maker, h. Washington ct. 
Pease Albion P. watches and clocks (45 Hanover, B.), h. 
112 Thorndike [North ave. 

Peaslee Cyrus (Lakeman market, B.), bds. Porter's Hotel, n. 
Peasley Thomas, machinist, bds. 389 Main 
Pelren Severe, carpenter, h. rear Fifth, n. Winter 
Pechot Joseph, blacksmith, Bay State Brick Co. h. do. 
Pedrick Wm. house 178 Hampshire 

Peirce Benjamin, Perkins professor of astronomy and mathe- 
matics, H. U. and supt. U. S. coast-survey, h. 31 Quincy 
Peirce Charles S s chemist, house 6 Arrow 
Peirce Charlotte E. Miss, house 14 Highland 
Peirce Frank D. clerk, h. 139 Thorndike 
Peirce Herbert H. D. bds. 31 Quincy 

Peirce James E» carpenter, h. Bow, n. Mt. Auburn [vard 
Peirce James M. professor of mathematics, H. U. h. 3 Har- 
Peirce Mary F. assistant teacher, High School, bds. 91 Mag- 
Peirce, see Pierce [azine 

Peltier Joseph O. organ maker, h. 101 Thorndike 

Peltier Lawrence, plasterer, house 19 Franklin 

Pemberton William, teamster, bds. 157 Main 

Pena Joseph B. agent, house 2 Day ave. 

Pendlebury James R. printer (B.), bds. Webster ave. near 
Windsor 

Pendlebury Peter Mrs. h. Webster ave. n. Windsor 

Pendexter Frances, teacher, Eastern primary, bds. 80 Fourth 

Pendexter Susan M. school-teacher, bds. 80 Fourth 

Penfield John S. F. potter, h. 82 Green 

Penka Frederick, boots and shoes, 161^ Broadway, h. do. 
. Penka George, boots and shoes, 161^ Broadway, h. do. 

Penn William, carpenter, bds. 7 Stinson's court [Second 

Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Young), hardware &c, h. 62 

Pennell James F. clerk, bds. 62 Second 

PENNELL & YOUNG (Ellington Pennell and Wm. F. 
Young), hardware, 57 Cambridge 

Penney R. farmer, h. Harvey, n. L. R. R. 

Penney Thomas W. farmer, h. North ave. opp. Tannery 

Penniman Albert B. printer, h. 229 Harvard 

Penniman Benj. F. printer (B.), h. rear 7 Walnut 

Penniman Charles, tinsmith, h. 112 Elm 
, Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & Co.). sign and 
ornamental painter, 446 Main, h. 9 State 

PENNIMAN THOMAS J.'& CO. sign, ornamental and 
carriage painter, 446 Main 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
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pq Pepper Rosanna, widow Thomas, h. Sacramento, cor. Vine £ 

Perham John jr. steam pipe and gas-fitter (13 Bowker B.), p 

g h. 78 Columbia °l 

ri Perkins A. F. clerk (B.), bds. 8 Everett place q 

ptj Perkin A. M. printer, h. 22 Windsor 5* 

Perkins Charles, clerk, bds. North ave. near R. R. Bridge Ej 

»jh Perkins Charles E. student, bds. 8 Everett place g« 

& Perkins Elisha K* cooper (B.), h. 47 Pearl <jq 

§ Perkins Frank H. clerk, rooms Bridge, cor. East p 

H Perkinss H. K. W. clergyman, h. 8 Everett place «*" 

Perkins James, bds. Walnut, cor. Brookline £d 

f-t Perkins James, clerk, bds. Kent's Hotel, 15 School court g. 

^q Perkins Levi, carpenter, h. 7 Everett g, 

g Perkins Walter S. clerk (B.), bds. 894 Main r - 

cS Perley James V, pork-cutter, h 3 Oak 

£3 Perrin Franklin (32 Pearl, B.), h. Concord ave. c. Chauncy Q 

Perry Benj. F. (Perry & Tyler), grocer, 464 Harvard, h. g 

yT Eliot, near Spring M 

q Perry B. W. carpenter, h. 36 Tremont Wq 

pq Perry Charles E. blacksmith, h. 2 Cottage g ft 

Ph Perry Collins, hostler, h. Banks, near Flagg O^ 

Perry Frank, tinman, bds. 7 Stinson's court p ^j 

W Perry James H. M. laborer, h. 64 Harvard # " 

^ Perry Joseph.L. poultry dealer, house 44 Market 5 

S Perry Oliver house 37 Essex [.bridge m 

5 Perry Oliver, H. express, office Cambride, h. Eighth, n Cam- g 

p» Perry & Tyler (Benj. F. Perry and Henry M. Tyler, grocers, ft 

[xj Holyoke House, 464 Harvard GO 

Pertinton Edwin, mason, h. 130 Green [Austin gp 

xn Peters Charles J. stereotyper (5 Washington, B.), h. 110 

g Peters Charles J. jr. stereotyper (5 Washington, B.), h. 110 § 

O Austin C 

^3 Peters Isaac A. printer (B.), house 248 Broadway ^ 

"g Peters Isabelle S. wid. Samuel, h. 29 Pearl CO 

c3 Peters , furniture polisher, h. 123 Spring P 

" Pe erson Benj. D. merchant, h. Chestnut, cor. Brookline P 
bo Peterson Henry, hair-dresser, Cambridge, near Eighth, h. 

,Q Columbia, near Hampshire Jj 
£ Peterson J. F. cabinet maker, Hixon's, h. r. 6 Davis 

gj Peterson John M. teamster, h. Elm, near Cambridge pf 

Pettengill Joel C. watchman, h. Walnut ct. opp. Porter g 

"g Pettengell William H. (Pettingell, Moody & Sawyer), oiled g 

tjj hat-manufacturer, Second, cor. Thorndike, h. Third, opp. © 

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Pettengell W. H. jr. oiled hat maker, h. Second, n. Spring 
Pettengell, Moody & Sawyer ( William H. Pettengell, B. D. 

Moody and Howard M. Sawyer), oiled hat-manufacturers 

and oiled clothing, Second, cor. Thorndike 
Pettigrew John A. stationery pedler, h. Cottage blk. Spring 
Pettingill Benj. A. (Pettengill and Pear), springbed dealer, 

(35 Brattle, B.), h. 3 Columbia 
Pettingill Edward M. clerk, h. 125 Austin 
Pettingill Joseph R. icetool manufacturer, Brighton, opp. 

Eliot, h. 886 Main 
Petts Adam Mrs. house 72 Harvard 
Peverelly George A. confectioner, h. 3 Amory place 
Phalan William, cabinet maker (B.), h. 72 Washington 
Phalen William, gardener, h. Emwood ave. cor. Brattle 
Phelan John, carpenter, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan Timothy, janitor, Harvard blk. h. 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan Win. laborer, h. 40 Bolton 
Pheland Edmund, cooper, h. Brookline, n. Allston 
Phelps Albert S. printer, bds. 13 Suffolk 
Phelps Samuel P. carpenter, h. 5 Everett 
Phelps Stephen D. conductor, U. R. R. h. Putnam pi. n. 

Western avenue 
Phillips Albert L. blacksmith, h. r. 30 Front 
Phillips ArcherW. clothes-repairer, 453 Main, h. 1 Sear's pi. 
Phillips Chas.W. billiard saloon and oyster house 519 Main, h. 

14 Green 
Phillips Cyrus, plasterer, h. 61 Franklin 
Phillips Ellen, wid. Chas. h. 1 Linnehan's blk. Third 
Phillips Enos B. boots and shoes (142 Pearl, B.), h. 80 

Washington 
Phillips Frances Mrs. nurse, h. 23 Hamilton 
Phillips Geo. P. plasterer, bds. 61 Franklin 
Phillips Geo. S. foreman, mould shop, Bay State Glass Co.'s, 

house 117 Thorndike 
Phillips Ivers C. clerk, h. 19 Orchard 
Phillips James, printer, h. Hunting, n. Cambridge 
Phillips James, plasterer, h. 61 Franklin 
Phillips Joseph S. cigar dealer, 599 Main, bds. 582 do. 
Phillips Margaret A. Miss, dressmaker, h. 1 Linnehan's blk. 
Phillips Stephen A. agent, h. 22 Front [Third 

Phillips Willard, h. Linaean, n. Garden 
Phillips Wm. A. salesman (B.), h. 22 Front 
Phillips W. Quincy, h. Linncean, n. Garden 

Phillies , horsecar driver, bds. Willis's, Elm,c. Russell 

Phinney A. H. furniture (12 Green, B.), h. 210 Harvard 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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O Pich Louis J. cabinet maker, h. Cambridge, cor. Sixth w 

ffl Pickering Mark, house 10 Mt. Auburn g» 

m Pickering McLaurin F. ship-master, house 71 Magazine ** 

§ Pickett George E. clerk, bds. 21 Shepard ^ 

,£} Pickett George T. mason, h. 35 Western avenue O 

fl| Pickett Joseph, laborer, house 26 Washington 5 

Pickett Joseph J. mason, house 21 Western avenue 0Q 

*S Pickett Samuel, house 21 Shepard g 

d Pierce Alexander McLoud, printer, h. Blackstone, n. bindery §* 

© Pierce Anderson B. painter, house 185 Hampshire . t^ 

E" 1 Pierce Benjamin F. teamster, house 180 Main §$ B? 

qq Pierce Charles, hostler, house 34 Union <( 

§J Pierce Charles E. (Commercial, B.), h. Norfolk, n. Broadway fc* © 

,Q Pierce Charles R. express-man (36 Court square, B.), house ^§5 

9 8 DeWolf [Cemetery *>- 

jS Pierce Clara W. widow Andrew, h. Mt. Auburn, opposite the w K' 

Q Pierce Edward E. house 279 Broadway JQ 

„ Pierce Emily Mrs. house 9 Harrison avenue £ £ 

M Pierce E. W. carpenter, house 26 Holyoke g •"I 

^ Pierce Ezekiel P. fruit-dealer (B.), house 279 Broadway § r> 

g Pierce F. D. clerk, 126 Cambridge, bds. 113 Tliorndike 8 

Pierce Frank E. clerk, house North avenue, nearMeacham qqc?» 

ptj Pierce George, brick-mason, boards 26 Holyoke £j§ 

Pierce George A. hatter, boards 168 Hampshire © P 

M Pierce George W. hostler, house 190 Hampshire J^H 

2 Pierce Henry A. horsecar conductor, house Lambert ave. T.O 

^ Pierce James P. carpenter, house 26 Holyoke g^S 

ff Pierce James W. (43 Broad, B.), h. Elm, corner Market £o 3 

Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, house 25 Park O ff 

Pierce Leander, boards 40 Austin P § 

2 Pierce Manuel, clerk, bds. 1 Putnam ^ 

O Pierce Nathaniel jr. engineer, house 84 River 

J3 Pierce Sarah E. widow, house 168 Hampshire #•* 

,{5 Pierce Wm. D. wheelwright, boards 25 Park m 

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p Pierpoint Wm. L. blacksmith, house 8 Eighth 

£ Pike Carlos L. foreman, G. G. Page & Go's, h. 429 Main £ 

£ Pike Charles, carpenter, house 20 Front rj 

^ Pike Charles L. box-maker, bds. 128 Norfolk g 

+J Pike Charles S. clerk (B.), boards 183 Cambridge 3 

jg Pike George S. carpenter, h. Boardman, corner Broadway 0Q 



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Pike James, livery stable, Main, opp. Pearl and Main, corner 
Bow and (J. Pike & Co.), Church, n. Harvard sq. house 
7 Norfolk 
Pike Joel S. (J. Pike & Co.),livery stable, Church, h. do. 
Pike John, hack^driver, h. Putnam, c. Washington ct. 
Pike John N. baggage master, B. & L. R. R. h. 183 Cambridge 
Pike Joseph A. blacksmith, bds. Putnam, n. Washington ct. 
Pike Walter W. book-keeper (B.), bds. 183 Cambridge 
Pike William, ladder maker, bds. 53 Fourth [Washington ct. 
Pike William F. hack-driver, bds. John Pike's, Putnam, cor. 
Pike J. & Co. (James & Joel S. Pike), livery stable, Church, 

near Harvard square 
Piller Emanuel, cigar maker, 458 Main, house 4 Eaton 
Pillsbury Tappan P. sawyer, house 148 Spring 
Pinkerton James, engineer, house 103 Spring 
Pinkham George G. tinsmith, house 119 Green 
Piper Caroline A. Miss, nurse, h. 98 Prospect 
Piper George C. house 14 Avon [Avon 

Piper Geo. F. lawyer (7 Court square, B.), bds. G. C. Piper's, 
Piper Henry A. dry goods (80 Summer, B.), h.343 Harvard 
Piper Solomon Mrs. house 22 Concord avenue 
Piper W. C. clerk, bds. G. C. Piper's. Avon, near Norton 
Pitman Isaac, laborer, house rear 88 Harvard 
Pitman John F. coal-dealer (B.), house 22 Arlington 
Place Stephen M. house 1 Chestnut place 
Plancich Vincent, grocer, h. Brewery, corner Harvard 
Plant Peter, laborer, h. Clay, near Spruce 
Pleschinger Joseph Haynes, glass works, h. Sixth, n. Vine 
Plummer Charles, clerk (B.), bds. 25 Williams 
Plummer Edgar L. com. mer. (133 Central, B.), h. 96 Otis 
Plummer Ed. M. clerk (B.), house 178 Hampshire 
Plummer George M. (Morse & Plummer), baker, River, h. 
10 Perry , 

Plummer Horatio N. commission merchant (133 Central, B.) 

house North avenue, near Russell 
Plummer Warren, provisions, 110 Cambridge, bds. 108 do. 
Plummer Wra. H. engineer, F. A. Kennedy's, bds. 500 Main 
Plumridge George, printer, house 25 Brooks building 
Poirot John, workman, Boston Stamping Co.'s, h. 143 Main 
Poland William, builder, house 735 Cambridge 
Pollard Frederick W. house 349 Broadway 
Pollard John S. mason, house 28 Norfolk 
Polley John, teamster, house Chestnut, near Pleasant 
Pomeroy Ann Miss, house 19 Oxford [Michigan 

Pomeroy H. (Clark, Whitney & Co.), lumber dealer, East, h. 

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to Pond Charles K. currier, boards 92 Windsor ^ 
Pond George E. carpenter, boards 92 Windsor g 
Pond Hannibal S. (Hartwell & Pond), provisions, 126 Cam- 
bridge, house Fourth, corner Cambridge th^ 
Pond Lyman A. carpenter, h. 92 Windsor, q 
Pond Wm. H. clerk (B.), h. rear 18 Williams 
Pontefract William, book-keeper (B.), h. I Pioneer pi. [er 
Poole P'rancis H. blank book-manufacturer, h. 12 Charles Riv- 



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Poole James D. carpenter, h. 3 Ericsson court p 

Poor Russell S. carpenter, h. 1 Putnam place e1 * 

Poore James, varnisher, h. 420 Main [Cottage £G 

Pope Frank G. stencil cutter (9 Change ave. B.), bds. 45 % 

Pope Ivor- H. clerk (B.), bds. 51 Western ave. j£. 

Pope John, stencil cutter (8 Dock sq. B.), h. 45 Cottage P 
Pope John S. brick-layer, h. 51 Western ave. 

Popkin Mary R. Miss, h. 25 North ave. gj 

Porper George, carpenter, bds. 17 Sydney 5 

Porter Charles, broker, bds. 91 Columbia l_jm 

Porter Hamilton, machinist, h. 43 Clark O Q 

Porter J. Augustine, book-keeper, h. 89 Broadway S- M 

Porter John L. auctioneer (25 Kilby, B.), h. 516 Main 2 ^ 

Porter Joseph Mrs. h. Winthrop square [Somerville • ^ 

Porter Russell A. carriage painter, F. Ivers', North ave. h J-^ 

Porter Walter L. clerk (B.), bds. 516 Main ^ 

Porter William, expressman, h. 52 River gj 

Porter William, glass-cutter, h. 74 Spring [101 Fourth ^ 

Postawka Louis, patent piano taborets manufacturer, h. rear fe3 

Post Office, Cambridge, Lyceum building, Harvard sq. w 

Post Office, Cambridgeport, 445 Main gp 

Post Office, East Cambridge, Third, near Cambridge ^ 

Post Office. North Cambridge, North ave. opp. R. R. station q 

Potter Dexter Rev. h. 40 North ave. j 

Potter George E. carpenter, bds. North ave. cor. Beech tft 
Potter Henry, pork-dealer (130 State, B.),h. 13{> North ave. 
Potter J. Cushing, carpenter, h. River, cor. Cottage 
Potter Warren, hostler, h. Garden, near arsenal 
Potter William L. C. (Wyman & Potter, 1 Commerce, B.), 
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i- Power Edward, stone-cutter, h. Pioneer, n. Main B 

" Power John E. shoe-maker, h. 26 Washington 5 

«g Power Lawrence F. printer, h. Cowperthwait, near Banks g 

to Power Nicholas D. printer, h. Green, cor. Pleasant * *-i 

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Power Thomas, harness maker, h. Norfolk, near Cambridge 

Powers Bridget, widow of John, h. 2 Hastings 

Powers Catherine, widow of Hugh, h. 11th in Willow place 

Powers Edward, mason, h. Palmer, n. Church 

Powers Hugh, laborer, h. Willow place 

Powers James, machinist, bds. 391 Main 

Powers James, porter, Riverside, bds. 127 Pleasant 

Powers' John, laborer, h. Powers' block, foot of Harvard 

Powers John, blacksmith (B.), h. 11th in Willow place 

Powers John, shoemaker, h. Cambridge, cor. Webster ave. 

Powers John, tapper, h. 2 Hastings 

Powers John, teamster, house North, near East 

Powers John, teamster, h. 202 Bridge 

Powers John H. book-binder, h. 25 Banks [Bridge, h. do. 

Powers Margeret, widow of James, beer, candies &c. 139 

Powers Mary A. Mrs. h. 20 Holyoke 

Powers Matthew, carpenter, h, 77 Concord ave. 

Powers Maurire, teamster, h. 2 Bristol 

Powers Patrick, paver, h. 222 Franklin 

Powers Richard, cabinet maker, h. 19 Winter 

Powers Thomas, cooper, h. 51 Gore 

Pownall Jeremiah B. machinist, h. Leighton ct. near East 

Pratt Aaron B. tinplate worker, 226 Cambridge, h. Mullen's 

court, Winter 
Pratt Aaron B. jr. tinplate worker, 226 Cambridge, bds. 6 

Munroe's blk. Winter 
Pratt Charles A. workman, h. Myrtle, c. Gilpin 
Pratt Charles O. jig-sawyer, bds. 6 Munroe's block, Winter 
Pratt Charles W. mason, h. 20 Tremont 
Pratt C. O. (C. O. Pratt & Co.), stoves &c. 226 Cambridge, 

h. 6 Munroe's block, Winter 
Pratt David. G. fancy wood-turner, bds. 85 Pleasanfe 
Pratt Eben, coffin maker, h. 22 Fifth 
Pratt Edward W. clerk, North ave. h. 14 Coggswell ave. 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, tailoress, h. 16 Sydney 
Pratt Emma F. Miss (Pratt & Ireland), dressmaker, 8 Harv- 
ard sq. bds. Adam's, Winthrop 
Pratt Eunice, widow Levi, h. 99 Austin 
Pratt Francis L. book-keeper, Harvard square, h. 5 DeWolf 
Pratt Henry hatter, h. 16 Sydney 
Pratt L. watch-maker and repairer, 463 Main, h. do. 
Pratt Wm. H. house and sign-painter (B.), house Hampshire 

corner Windsor 
PRATT C. O. & CO. stoves and tinware, 226 Cambridge 

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w Pray William M. music teacher (B.), h. Temple, n. Main £j 

m Prebeck Michael, wheelwright, h. Bridge, opp. W. Wyman's °° 

Preble William P. house 62 Brattle [coal wharf g> 

O Prentice Henry H. printer, house 21 Baldwin »■* 
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Presbrey Edward A. cashier (National Redemption Bank, 91 ~" 
,2 State, B.), house 10 Remington 
Pi Presby Charles E. stone-mason, house 32 Orchard 

9 Presby George T. driver, Steamer 4 h. 28 Coggswell ave. ^ 

rJJ Presby James H. stone-mason, bds. Mrs. Atwill's, North ave. 2 

Presby James W. stone-mason, house 32 Orchard ^ ~ 

g Prescott Charles E. organ maker (B.), house 92 Auburn w 

© Prescott Edwin R. dry aad fancy-goods, Harvard blk. house g £l 



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$ Prescott Joel H. (Philip Nutting & Co.), blacksmith, Palmer, S H . 
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Prescott Joseph S. engineer, house Waverley, corner Walnut 

q Prescott Joseph W. machinist, bds. Joseph S. Prescott's, 3 

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Ph Presting Henry, hackman, bds. 94 Auburn oa 

p-j Preston Jeremiah, house 9 Broadway &to 

Price George, japanner> boards 11 Porter J£ P 

y Price Henry, hackman, house 58 Elm © .. 

J^ Price Isaac, glass-blower, h. Bridge, opp. Bay State Co. ■ © 

^ Price James M. stoves and hardware, 85 Cambridge, house W"d 

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fe Price Richard T. tinsmith, h. 25 North Fifth g*g* 

Price William B. Mrs. house 111 Gore P g 

oo Priest Katie Mrs. house 55 Auburn 

g Prince George W. Mrs. h. 3 Shepherd's blk. Charles River ** 

O Prinderble James, laborer, h. Bay State blk. Spruce 

'cS Prior George H. clerk, bds. Hancock, corner Harvard Q 

Prior Susan, widow Henry, house Hancock, cor. Harvard W 

Pritchett Thomas, porter, house 56 Elm O 

P"l Proctor Benj. F. cooper. Allston, house do. ^ 

fafl Proctor John A. cooper, house 55 Franklin <j 

.2 Proctor Michael, moulder, bds. 2 Dock ^ 

ta Proctor William, moulder, bds. 57 Broadway \Z 

g Proctor Wm. T. h. rear 146 Thorndike g 

Pronteau Arqui, laborer, house 95 Spruce £* 

O Proudfoot David, ticket master, house 132 Otis H 

«m Proule O. laborer, house 106 Spruce CO 

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Prowse William, plasterer, bds. 94 Auburn 

Prude Delphas, brick-maker, house 124 Spruce 

Prue Elizabeth, widow John, house 165 Spruce 

Prue John, engineer, house Clifton, near Spruce 

Pry George W., Riverside Press, h. 5 Day avenue 

Pryer Joseph, stone-cutter, h. Cottage blk. Spring 

Puffer Gustave A. brushes (22 Exch. B.), h. 58 Columbia 

Pullen Fred. B. policeman, house 14 School ct. 

Pulsifer Bickford, commissioner, Registry Deed's office, house 

Charlestown 
Pulsifer Charles H. machinist, bds. 25 Tremont 
Pulsifer George F. painter, bds. 25 Tremont 
Pulsifer Susan Mrs. house 25 Tremont 
Pummell Philip T. cigar maker, house 21 Hamilton 
Purcell Andrew, laborer, h. Porter, near Warren 
Purcell Hyacinth, cement maker, house 27 Mt. Auburn 
Purcell John, shoe-maker, 135 Columbia, h. do. 
Purcell Michael, laborer, bds. 2 Cowperthwait 
Purcell Michael, shoe-maker, h. 80 Brighton 
Purcell Wm. carpenter, house 24 Dunster 
Purington Geo. F. plumber (B.), bds. 42 Coggswell avenue 
Purington Hannah, widow Samuel, h. 42 Coggswell avenue 
Pursell Matthew, blacksmith, bds. Orchard 
Putnam C. C. book-keeper (B.), bds. 3 Shepard 
Putnam Cyrus, carpenter, house 8 Village 
Putnam George jr. lawyer, house 24 Quincy 
Putnam George L. musician, house 88 Gore 
Putnam Geo. W. glass-maker, house 88- Gore 
Putnam Josepb H. iron-moulder, house 6 Vine 
Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, h. 170 North ave. 
Putnam Peter C. moulder, h. Hampshire, corner Columbia 
Putney Albert, glass-presser, house 39 Fourth 
Putney George (Howe, Teele & Co.), bacon curer, Main, opp. 
Windsor, house 30 Austin 

QUAN THOMAS, glass-blower, h. Columbia, n. Webster ave. 

Queally Thomas, tailor, h. 92 Webster avenue 

Quealy Austin, soap-maker, house 65 Elm 

Quealy James, soap-maker, h. 419 Cambridge 

Quealy Thomas, soap-maker, house 93 Webster avenue 

Queeney Bridget, widow Luke, house Irving pi. near Brattle 

Quisfley Francis, stone-cutter,house 15 Irving place 

Quill Patrick, currier, bds. 7 Reed [bridge 

Quimby Albert, carpenter, bds. Mrs. Ellen Quimby's, Cam- 

BDRDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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W Quimby Ellen, widow Gilman, h. Cambridge, west of Willow e-t- 

q Quimby Urania, widow Hubbard, house 3 Essex 55 

§ Quinlan Bartholomew, house 27 Vine 

ch Quinlan John L. brass-finisher, house 6 Lopez O 

" Quinn Bridget Mrs. house Broadway, near "Ware O^ 

O Quinn Bridget, widow, house 104 Kinnard p 4 

*& Quinn Catherine, widow William, h. rear 137 Bridge g' 

9 QUINN CHARLES, grocer, 116 Fourth, house do. CR 

<D Quinn Edward, instructor, House of Correction, bds. Bridge, p 
" corner Cambridge 

m Quinn Eliza, widow Patrick, h. Yalentine, near Pearl g 

q Quinn Francis, house 13 Remington g" 

rQ Quinn George, printer, house rear 119 Pearl £i 

9 Quinn Hugh, cooper, house 117 Fifth [h. do. 

5 Quinn James J. (Gilligan & Quinn), grocer, Fourth, c. Bridge, q 

O Quinn James P. painter, house 420 Cambridge tdpcj 

• * Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, h. Franklin, near Bay § Q 

M Quinn John, carpenter, h. Cambridge, near Sixth Jjfcd 

O Quinn John, grease-collector, h. Charles, near Fourth P £jj 

W Quinn John, laboier, house Osborn ™ 

Quinn John, tailor, h. rear 119 Pearl <j 

Quinn Mary Miss, house 419 Cambridge . 

Quinn Mary Mrs. h. Brattle, near School ct. Q 

^ Quinn Maurice, house Short, near Bridge t> 

£ QUINN MICHAEL, h. Cambridge, corner Lambert g 

<j Quinn Nicholas, carpenter, house 36 Broadway JH 

p3 Quinn Patrick, junk, house Charles, near Court g* 

fa Quinn Peter, glass-blower, h. McCabe, near Cambridge 

Quinn Sarah, widow James, house Fourth, corner Bridge «* 

w Quinn Terrence F. clerk, Cambridge, cor. Lambert, bds. do. Q 

g Qninn Timothy, glass-maker, bds. 108 Third O 

O Quinn Timothy B. fireman, B. & M. R. R. h. 125 Elm 

ri Quinn Winnie Miss, h. Brattle, near School ct. 



g RABIE Mrs. widow, washer woman, h. Court, n. the Bridge p 

Rackliff William, cabinet maker, bds. 7 Wheatland blk. Cam- P* 



g) Rady Philip, blacksmith, h. 142 Columbia [bridge ^ 

.3 Rafferty Barney, cooper, Cambridge, beyond Warren, h. do. 

£> Rafferty Bartholomew, laborer, house 10 Broadway p 

pH Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth P 

^j Rafferty Michael, tailor, bds. 2 Brooks [J 

g Rafferty Patrick, junk-dealer, house Willow place © 

«m Raftery Thomas N. carriage maker, Iver's, bds. at Waltbam *J 



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Ragan Daniel, laborer, house 192 Bridge 

Ragan Dennis, laborer, house Winter, near Fifth 

Ragan Wm. A. printer, bds. 1 92 Bridge 

Rainey James, laborer, h. 21 Sparks st. place 

Ramhofer Jacob, shoe-maker, h. Cowperthwait, cor. Beaver 

RAMSAY ALEXANDER H. apothecary, 1 Brattle, house 

857 Main 
Ramsay Harvey, dealer in cigars (B.), h. 62 Spring 
Ramsay Major, shoe- maker, 68 Norfolk, h. Norfolk, near 

Broadway 
Ramsdell Albert K. druggist (B.), house 26 Prospect 
Ramsten John, house 43 Winter 
Rana Daniel W. tinner, bds. 143 Main 
Ranagan Peter, brush-maker, h. Winter, near Fourth 
Rand Benjamin R. conveyancer, Court House, house 70 

Thorndike 
Rand Ohas. A. commission merchant (19 and 20 North Mar- 
ket, B.), house 84 Thorndike [near Court 
Rand Daniel, workman, Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. Main, 
Rand Edmund, book-binder (B.), bds. O. J. Rand's, 308 

Harvard 
Rand Henry C. leather (45 Merchants' row, B.), house Elm, 

near Davenport 
Rand James Mrs. house Eliot, corner Brighton 
Rand Oliver J. book-binder (B.), house 308 Harvard 
Rand Oliver P. gas-engineer, house Gerry, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Rand Rebecca, widow Benjamin, h. 162 North avenue 
Rand Samuel, house North avenue, opposite Allen 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs. school-teacher, house Hollis 
Randall Benjamin, carpenter, house 41 Essex 
Randall Catherine M. widow, house 3 Auburn court 
Randall Daniel, laborer, house 19 Vine 
Randall Ed. S. clerk, bds. 41 Essex 
Randall Edwin G. carpenter, bds. 449 Main 
Randall Frank E. machinist, bds. Oliver P. Randall's, East 
Randall James T. D. (American House, B.), bds. 3 Auburn 

court 
Randall Joseph, carpenter, house 7 Cedar _ 

Randall Oliver P. carpenter, h. 14 Leighton ct. P- 

Rankin A. F. clerk, h. rear 139 Thorndike O 

Rankin Edwin, silver plater, house 135 Thorndike l jCj 

Rankin Robert, salesman, house 57 Walnut hj 

Rankin Simon, agent for minstrel-troop, h. 71 Concord* ave. • 
Ranks Elisha C. packer furniture, house 49 Allston 
Ranschler John, cabinet maker, house 131 Court 

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Ray Edwin C. collector, house 27 Kinnard 



Raybold Harriet E. widow William T. h. Fourth, cor. Gore 



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5 Rantz A. M. painter, house 28 East Perry g 3 

Rawson George W. (Rawson & Hittinger), steam-engine, *"t 

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" Ray Benj. P.( Davis & Ray),grooer, Cambridge, cor. Seventh, oq 



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© Ray William P. Rev. house 100 Cambridge 



oq Raymond Charles A. clerk (41 Pearl, B.), bds. 398 B~*»«*w - % ^ 

q Raymond Chas. E. wholesale groceries (9 and 11 Commercial ^ p 

rg B.;, house 86 Thorndike p ? 

S Raymond Emmons, house 398 Broadway ^m. 

J§ Raymond Geo. A. butcher, house 25 Chauncy rf^ 

O Raymond John C. music teacher, house 17 Brooks W P 

Raymond Patrick H. editor, Cambridge Press, h. 18 Jay ^^ 

M Raymond Walter, student, bds. 398 Broadway 5 _^ 

S Raymond Wm. T. clerk, house 21 Fremont g g 

p2 Raymond Zebina L. house 88 Ellery g w 

Rayne Geo. W. laborer, house Green, corner Bay ** O 

H Read Abraham, planer, house 140 Hampshire 02 S 

M Read A. D. leather (155 Congress, B.), h. 8 Centre ?J M 

h» Read Alexander B. shoemaker (B.), h. 245 Broadway © ^ 

<* Read Edward, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), boards j+'O 

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pH Read Henry H. leather dealer (155 Congrees, B.),bds. A. H. © *"*" 



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q- Read Herbert, clerk (B.), boards 22 Garden g p 

rt Read James B. broker (B.), house 715 Cambridge 



Read James J. saddlery and harness (Sudbury, B.), bds. 215 
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•g Read John, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. Appleton, ?? 

c$ Read John Mrs. house Garden, near Phillips place • 

P* READ J. STACY, real-estate agent (B.), bds. 221 Harvard 

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Read Lucy G. widow John, h. 22 Garden ^4 

Q Read Sally, wid of Jos. S. h. 215 Harvard " 

jj| Read S. M. sawyer, h. 140 Hampshire ±Z 

gj Read Thomas, pressman, h. Appian W T ay [ton hh 

W Read William, hardware (13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. Apple- £ 

"8 Read Wm. jr. hardware(13 Faneuil Hall sq. B.), h. Appleton H 

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Reader Edward jr. cotton waste (B.), house Otis 
Ready Martin, gardener, bouse 236 Franklin 
Ready Paul, laborer, bouse Bay, near Franklin 
Reagan Michael, laborer, house 269 Cambridge 
Real Thomas, machine-hand, Beal & Hooper's, h. 60 Howard 
Reams Melissa Mrs. house 23 Washington 
Reardon Daniel, laborer, house Hackett's lane, cor. Green 
Reardon Dennis, laborer, house Willow place 
Reardon Edmund (J. Reardon & Sons), soap, tallow and can- 
dle, manufacturer, house 95 Pearl 
Reardon James H. bds. John Reardon's, 13 Erie [do. 

Reardon Jeremiah J. apothecary clerk, 88 Cambridge, rooms 
Reardon John, laborer, house West, near Lee 
Reardon John (J. Reardon & Sons), soap and candle manu- 
facturer, Pearl, house 13 Erie 
Reardon John jr. at J. Reardon's, house 110 Pearl 
Reardon Michael, laborer, h. Hancock, corner Franklin 
Reardon Michael, laborer, h. Ninth, near Cambridge 
Reardon Owen, hostl r, house 36 Gore 
Reardon Thomas, clerk (B.), house 67 Washington 
Reardon Timothy, laborer, house 153 Spring 
Reardon William, soap-maker, bds. 13 Erie 
Reardon William H. plumber, bds. 95 Pearl 
REDDING GEO. W. jr. Redding's Russia salve, bds. 163 

Broadway 
Reddington Ann, widow John, h. Cowperthwait, cor. Crane 
Reddington Patrick, laborer, house 13 Crane 
Redfern Charles E. (Howland, Doughty & Co.), lumber, 

Prison Poiut bridge, house at Winchester 
Redfern John, electrotype finisher, house 187 Franklin 
Redfern William, laborer, house 171 Franklin 
Redkinson Charles, plasterer, h. 26 Charles River 
Redman Thos. shoe-maker, 68 Norfolk, bds. Major Ramsey's 
Reed C. Thayer, house 5 Avon 
Reed Enos W. milkman, house 79 Thorndike 
Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.), furniture and uphol- 
stery (172 Wash. B.), factory Harvard, house Pearl, 
corner Franklin 
Reed George B. book-seller (37 Brattle, B.), h. 43 Cottage 
Reed George H. salesman, Geo. B.James & Co.'s, Cambridge, 

near Bridge, house 80 Cambridge 
Reed James, cutlery, house Eliot, near Owen place 
Reed James, laborer, h. Webster ave. near Cambridge 
Reed John, laborer, house Jones alley 

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d Regal Frank, glass-maker, house 16 Gore 
Q Regal M. M. dry goods, Gore, n. Third, house 6 Second 
E" 1 Regal Victor, glass-maker, house 6 Second £0 

oq Rehil Thomas, forger, 7 School g. 

£j Reid A. widow Andrew, nurse, house 29 Hamilton g, 

,Q Reid James A. plumber, house 9 Perry t~* 

9 Reid James H. master mariner, h. 9 School, corner Cherry 
2 Reid Michael, plasterer, 197 Mt. Auburn O 

rj Reid Robert, machinist, house 202 Green g 

Remick Chas. h. 2 Temple hj 

y* Remick Dorcas Mrs. h. 2 Temple ^q 

O Remick Everett, piano-forte action maker, bds. 5 Auburn O |rj 

W Remick Jabob B. cattle broker, h. Groveland, n. Spruce g* . 

" Remick John Mrs. h. 2 Temple p ^ 

_4 Remington Elisha, cabinet maker, h. Cottage blk. Spring * 

" Renlean Alex, painter, h. Jackson, n. Spruce S* 

M Renney Alex, carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire S 

£3 Rent Wm. printer, bds. 6 Charles River S 

<J Revaleon Chas. hair-dresser (B.), h. Ericsson ct. m 

p5 Revaleon Charlotte L. Miss, dress-maker, h. Ericsson ct. Ul 

pH Revaleon Dorcas A. Mrs. h. Ericsson ct. 

Revaleon Geo. L. clerk (Boston P. O.), h. Ericsson ct. 
w Revere Joseph, book-binder, bds. 1 Fremont 

Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding & Co.), Water, 
opp. N. E. Glass Co. office (Broad, cor. Central, B.) 



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qJ Rexford Lizzie M. Miss, music teacher, 120 Otis, h. do. P 

Rexford Richard W. phvsician, 120 Otis, h. do. ^ 

W) Rexford Richard W. jr."(B.), bds. 120 Otis gj 
.2 Reybert Artemas, book-binder, h. 26 Short 

45 Reycroft Joseph W. carriage maker (B.), h. foot East 5? 

pL| Reynold A. clerk, L. M. Hannum's, bds. 9 Webster ave. g 

^ Reynolds Andrew J.'mariner, h. Harvard, n. G. J. R. R. b 

O Reynolds Caroline, wid. Lewis, h. Erie, n. Pearl § 

*h Reynolds Catherine, wid. Nicholas, h. Lopez, n. Brookline *"* 

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Reynolds Henry, cabinet maker, bds. 9 Wheatland blk. Cam- 
bridge 
Reynolds James, laborer, h. Spruce, n. Clay 
Reynolds John S. printer, h. 12 Wright [bindery 

Reynolds Sarah L. wid. of James, h. Blackstone, n. book- 
Reynolds Win. H. teamster, h. 30 Gore 
Rhodes Josiah R. (Rhoades & Snow), carpenter, Allston, 

h. 112 Pearl, near Hamilton 
Rhoades Silas (Blodgett & Rhoades), builder, h. 88 Norfolk 
Rhoades Solomon, provisions, h. 4 Brewer's blk. 17 Brattle 
square [penters, Allston 

Rhoades & Snow (J. R. Rhoades and Russell L. Snow), car- 
Rhode Joseph, boots and shoes, 461 Main, h. do. 
Rice Chas. D. counsellor, bds. Mrs. M. M. Rice's, Brattle, 
cor. Lowell [Austin 

Rice Duane L. supt. Wood's organ factory, 42G Main, h. 125 
Rice Edmund Col. (U. S. A.), bds. Mrs. M. M. Rice's, 

Brattle cor. Lowell 
Rice Frank F. glass-cutter (B.), bds. 146 Spring 
Rice Geo. P. salesman (B.), bds. 323 Broadway 
Rice Homer, broker (B.), bds. 11 Market 
Rice Israel, carpenter, bds. 3 Baldwin pi. Baldwin 
Rice Israel L. G. patent agent (B.), h. Brattle, cor. Lowell 
Rice James B. jr. hats, caps &c. (73 Summer, B.), h. 133 
Rice John, laborer, h. 419 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Rice Joim, carpenter, n. WO .fleasant 
Rice John E. glass-cutter (B.), h. 146 Spring 
Rice John S. tinplate worker, h. 6 Sydney 
Rice Joseph H. farmer, house 7 Spruce 
Rice Maria, widow of Richard, h. Irving pi. near Brattle 
Rice Martha J. wid. of Aaron, h. 52 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Mary E. Miss, private school-teacher, bds. 24 Williams 
Rice Moses M. Mrs. house Brattle, cor. Lowell 
Rice Thomas, teamster, house 257 Mt. Auburn [cor. Dana 
Rice Thomas G. appraiser (Custom House. B.), h. Harvard, 
Rice Willard, clerk (B.), bds. Melendy's, Washington ave. 

Rice , carpenter, bds, Seventh, cor. Cambridge 

Rich Catherine L. Mrs. h. 52 Fifth 

Richard Frederick, cabinet maker, h. Eighth, n. Otis 

Richard Hannah, wid. Michael, groceries, 111 Spruce 

Richard Mary, widow Godfrey, h. 105 Spruce 

Richard Peter, laborer, h. 108 Spruce 

Richards Edward K. machinist and engineer, h. 96 Thorndike 

Richards Gardner, box-maker, bds. 12 Douglass 

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O Richards Joseph R. architect (46 Court, B.), h. 733 Cam- g» 

Richardson Alex. (Custom House, B.), bds. 15 Hastings hi 

£ Richardson Benj. F. musical instrument maker (B.), h Wash- >> 

u ington, n. N orfolk [Dunster h. 12 Wendell O 

r-< Ricliardson Benj. H. books ar»d stationery, Harvard sq. cor. 5 

" Richardson Cliarles E. h. 2 Ellsworth ave. dq 

© Richardson Edward, cashier, National City Bank of Cam- .. 

p< bridge, house 803 Main S 

Q Richardson E. M. Mrs. h. 25 Mt. Auburn § 

<jj Richardson Frederick F. tinplate worker, bds. 19 Park ^w* 



Richardson Geo. E. messenger, National City Bank of Cam- 



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© Richardson Geo. E. fruit dealer (B.), h. 734 Main p,g 

•9 RICHARDSON GEORGE E. refreshment saloon, Lyceum .hi 

H hnilHinor. Harvard snnnrp. h- 18 Shpnard J£ 
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Richardson George F. mason, h. 40 Market W P 

O Richardson Geo. H., U. S. & Canada Express.bds, 98 Windsor P O 

•» Richardson George P. book-keeper (B.), h. Frost, n. Poorest B £ 

M Richardson James (Norris & Richardson), carpenter, h. T32 R 

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p^ Richardson James, porter, h. 15 Hastings [ave. oa 

Richardson James P. Circuit Judge (Texas ), h. 17 Western 5?o* 

Pl| Richardson John F, mason (Cross, cor. Endicott, B.), house J B 

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Richardson John P. Wood's organ factory, bds. 88 Windsor • © 

Richardson Joseph V. book-keeper, h 42 Trowbridge fed 5 

Richardson Mary, wid. Lathrop, h. 16 Short [185 Harvard S 4 

Richardson Orlando B. daguerrotypes (88 Hanover, B.), h. g'ff 

Richardson Richard, painter, h. rear 23 Vine p 5 

Richardson Robert P. 8. mason, h. 27 Walnut ct. * 

g Richardson Royal, real estate (B.), h. Mellen, n. North ave. *+ 

§ Richardson Samuel C. hair-dresser, h. 21 Banks 

r-H Richardson Samuel W. deputy U. S. Marshal(U. S. Court Cl 

<§ House, B.), h. 21 Orchard fcrj 

§ Richardson Virgil, engineer (B.), h. 54 Washington O 

P-l Richardson Wm. A. attorney and Judge of Probate and V. 

jjU Insolvency for Middlesex Co. (5 Tremont, B.), h. Kirk- ^ 

fl land, opp. Irving 

■P Richardson William A. machinist, bds. 27 Walnut court £? 

jg Richardson William F- (41 Fulton, B.), h. 45 Sacramento 

R RICHARDSON WILLIAM T. coal and wood, College 

"g wharf, order box, 10 Harvard row, h. 42 Trowbridge m 

jg Richardson Walcott, cattle broker, h. North ave. n. Spruce 02 

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Richmond John W. glass-maker, bds. 12 Leighton ct. 
Richmond William H. machinist, bds. Leighton ct. 
Rickards Bennett, cabinet organ manufacturer (B.), h. 49 

Market 
Ricker George F. canvasser, h. 39 Cottage 
Ricker J. E. engineer,Steamer, 4 h. 20 Coggswell ave. 
Ricker Jerediah, carpenter, h. 26 River [Fourth 

Ricker John K. carpenter, Gore, bds. Chipman's, Spring, cor. 
Ricker Luther P. carpenter, h. 39 Cottage [River 

Ricker Moses, carpenter, River, junction Western ave. h. 12 
Ricker Susan H. Miss, school-teacher, h. 26 River 
Ricker Yesey P. grocer, 153 Harvard, h. 85 Windsor 
Ricker Winfield S. printer, Riverside, bds. 19 Park 
Ricks Lewis E. laborer, h. 20 Hastings 
Ridell John, machinist, h. 12 Harrison 
Riley Andrew, servant, E. W. Gurney's, 10 Fayerweather 
Riley Bernard, works F. Kennedy's, h. 192 Norfolk 
Riley Daniel, laborer, b. Winthrop, n. Brighton 
Riley Frank J. mason, h. 11 Wyeth 
Riley Geo. W. T. broker (40 State, B.), h. 61 Otis 
Riley Harriet S. widow of John, h. 191 Cambridge 
Riley Hugh, brush-maker (B.), h. 102 Gore 
Riley James cabinetmaker (B.), bds. 119 Harvard 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, h. 72 Gore 
Riley John, laborer, h. Monroe alley 
Riley John, teamster, h. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Riley John, teamster, bds. Somerset, n. Pleasant 
Riley John J. printer, h. 23 Hancock 
Riley Mary, wid of Patrick, h. Somerset 
Riley Michael, laborer, h. Brighton, opp. Southj 
Riley Patrick, laborer, h. 30 Donnell 
Riley Peter W. works N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 
Riley Samuel Mrs. h. 80 Harvard 
Riley Tarry, laborer, h. Garden, n. Donnell 
Riley Terrence, stone-cutter, bds. 21 Harvard 
Riley Thos. watchman, h. 4 Village 
Riley Wm. J. clerk (State, B.), bds. 191 Cambridge 
Rindge Daniel, carpenter, 53 Otis, h. 8 Third 
Rindge John (4 Winthrop sq. B.), h. Ellsworth ave. 
Rindge Samuel B. (4 Winthrop sq. B.), h. Harvard, c. Dana 
Ring John, currier, h. Court, n. Charles 
Ring Michael, laborer, h. 161 Otis 
Ringer Hugh, mason, h. Putnam 



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-g Ripley J. H. machinist, h. 58 Auburn [Erie *» 

O Ripley Richard A. shipping-clerk (John, B.), bds. Pearl, n. £ 

W Ripley Richard J. foreman (Beal & Hooper's, B.), house 
Pearl, n. Erie 

§ Risdon Patrick E. blacksmi,h, h. 177 Main 

,2 Rivera Geronimo, machinist, h. 416 Main 

Ph Rivers Isaac, carpenter, h. 72 Columbia [bridge __ 

q Biverside Press (H. O. Houghvon & Co.), Riverside, Cam- p. 

^ Roach David F. school-teacher, bds. 75 Spring P 

Q Roach Eugene, painter, h. r. Fifth, n. Winter p 

o Roach James, laborer, h. Clay «*• 

E" 1 Roach J. E. machinist, bds. 75 Spring £0 

M Roach John, laborer, h. 103 Spruce g. 

g Roach John, painter, h. 506 Elm & 

,D Roach Lizzie Miss, music teacher, h. 75 Spring F* 

Q Roach Martin W. musician, h. 75 Spring 



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m Roach Thos. stone-cutter, h. Deacon M 

M Roach , baker, h. 18 Hunting £ 



O Roaf Robert N. merchant tailor, 565 Main, h. 580 do. ^H 

g Roaf Robert N. jr. clerk, bds. R. N. Roaf's, 580 Main g. <j 

w Roaf Will F. clerk, bds. 580 Main O <1 



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Roakes Wm. turner, bds. 71 Spring ^ 

M Roan Thos. machinist, h 9 Summer [h. 51 Banks £j 

Robart John N. furniture manuf. and dealer, 27 Brattle sq. ^ 



^ Robbins Eli W. furniture dealer, 564 Main, h. 584 do. W 

g Robbins Geo. W. agent (Eyelet Tool Co.'s, Gore block, 9 OT 

w Green, B.), h. 63 Columbia gp 

^ Robbins Horace D. clerk, bds. Mrs. Elliot's, Remington ^ 

fl Robbins James M. b. 25 Lee q 

§ Robbins John G. clerk (B.), h. 48 Tremont - 

•g Robbins Morton D. grocer, Brighton, cor. Mt. Auburn, bds £* 

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§ Roberts Alfred A. h. 3 Wallace g 

£h Roberts Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, h. 131 Green P* 

£0 Roberts Benj. W. master, Allston grammar school, Board- ^ 

fl man, h. 53 Riverside ^ 

g Roberts Charles, mason, h. 33 Willard 2* 

gj Rob rts Clias. C. printer, h. 12 Auburn ct. g 
Roberts Geo. B. (Kendall & Roberts), steam-boiler manuf. 

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Roberts Wm. carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire 
Robertson Adam, wood-turner, bds. 56 Walnut 
Robertson Angus, printer, h. 519 Main 
Robertson Emeline S. h. 416 Harvard 

Robertson Henry, machinsist, h. 161 Main [enth, h. Chelsea 
Robertson James, cigars and tobacco, Cambiidge, cor. Sev- 
Robins Francis, piano-forte maker (B.), h. 172 Harvard 
Robinson Aaron, provision dealer (Causeway, cor. Billerica, 

B.), h. 52 Franklin 
Robinson Alden, engineer, Joel Robinson's, h. 60 Thorndike 
Robinson Armeal, waiter, house 38 Hastings 
Robinson Arthur F. laborer, house 76 Harvard 
Robinson Charles (34 Congress, B.), h. 47 Hamilton 
Robinson Charles Mrs. grocer, 16 Vine, house do. 
Robinson Charles T. book-keeper, bds. 104 Cambridge 
Robinson C. E. musician, bds. 32 Windsor 
Robinson Converse L. piano-forte maker, h. 8 Kinnard 
Robinson Horatio N. machinist, house 16 Watson 
Robinson James, clerk (B.), boards 1 Pioneer 
Robinson James, laborer, house Lambert, near Gore 
Robinson James, teacher, house 29 Williams 
Robinson James A. laborer, h. between Banks and DeWolf 
Robinson James H. carpenter, house 49 River 
Robinson Joel, blacksmith, Gore, n. Bridge, h. 55 Cambridge 
Robinson John, carpenter, house 117^ Harvard 
Robinson John, glass-maker, house 43 Sixth 
Robinson Joseph S. carriage maker, house 96 Auburn 
Robinson Lyman, salesman (B.), h. rear 99 Cambridge 
Robinson Madison, coachman, Henry Thayer's, North ave. 
Robinson Oscar G. stair-builder, house Arlington 
Robinson Robert S. stair-builder, house Sixth, near Vine 
Robinson Sarah, widow Cornelius, house 104 Cambridge 
Robinson Susan, widow Thonas B. h. rear 99 Cambridge 
Robinson Thomas, cabinet maker, house 1 Eighth 
Robinson Thomas B. glass-worker, house 148 Otis 
Robinson Wm. laborer, house 26 Brewery 
Robinson Wm. B. book-keeper, bds. 29 Williams 
Robinson Wm. D. book-keeper, house 49 River 
Robinson Wm. L. B. letter carrier, boards 49 River 
Robinson Wm. M. machinist, house 37 Erie 
Robinson Wm. R. engineer, house 49 Plymouth 
Robson Robert, glass-blower, h. Loughrey, near Pioneer 
Roby Warren G. brass-founder, h. Cambridge, n. Third 
Roby Wm. H. clerk, house 36 Second 
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$ Rock Joseph, brick-maker, bds. Vassal lane £j 

q Rock Lewis, brick-maker, h. Dublin, n. Railroad go 

PQ Rodd Theophilus, blacksmith, house Stinson's court ga 

p Rogan Thomas, fireman, house rear 13 Hampshire 4 

§ Rogers Albert, piano-forte, bds. 330 Harvard ^ 

cj Rogers Benjamin, house 24 Coggswell avenue O 

P-l Rogers Benjamin F. house 13 Walden £ 

Rogers Emanuel, laborer, house Vine, near Fourth pq 

*■£* Rogers Hamilton G. carpenter, house 42 School [lane ^ 

ri Rogers John F. gardener, John C Gray's, house Fresh Pond Fj 

§ Rogers Lucy, widow Josiah, bds. 721 Cambridge p 

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Q Rogers Philip, carpenter, bds. 12 Green ^ 
2 Rogers Sarah E. D. Mrs. h. Charles River, c. Mt. Auburn 

g Rogers Samuel T. laborer, house Third, near Bridge <§ 

^ Rogers Terrence, laborer, h. Hackett's yard, Franklin & 

Rohrpacker Henry, machinist, bds. 36 Hampshire g ^ 



^ Rohrpacker Will, moulder, house 36 Hampshire p 4 

O Rolf K. L. stone-cutter, bds. 8 Broadway Q ^ 

W Rolfe Gerry, stone-cutter, bds. 62 Broadway g j- 

J7 1 Rolfe Lydia D. house 405 Broadway w 

jj-j Rolfe Wm. painter, house Flagg, corner Banks £? 2 

Rolfe Wm. J. house 405 Broadway Jj* p 
M Rollins Ai, compositor, University Press, h. Charles River, ® l_. 

S near Mt. Auburn • q 

5} Rollins Amos P. carpenter, house 14 Auburn court W^ 

2 Rollins David, baker, house Norfolk, near Cambridge § SJ 

" Rollins David M. baker, bds. Norfolk, near Cambridge £ g* 
Rollins Geo. O. (Rollins & Sanderson), blacksmith, house P g 

^ Chapman place, cor. Howard * 
O Rollins & Sanderson (George O. Rollins and John H. San- ** 
S derson), blacksmiths, Church 

,{3 Ronde John D. cabinet maker, house Sixth, near Vine 3 

Pi Rood Alexander, carpenter, house 8 Village q 
q. Rooney Ann Miss, house 159 Broadway, L. P. 

Rooney Daniel F. heater, bds. 159 Broadway, L. P. ^ 
Roper Elizabeth, widow Bernard, house 70 Sargent 

Roper Geo. H. spring-maker (B.), house 11 State Q 

Roper James, rope- maker, house 31 Rice j> 

\*i Roper John, rope-maker, house 70 Spruce e^ 

*j Roper Joseph, laborer, house 17 Irving place *h 

q Ropes Hardy, merchant (60 State, B. ), house 808 Main ^ 
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Rose Francis, cabinet maker, h. 35 Vine 

Rose John, cabinet maker, h. Thorndike, cor. Eighth 

ROSS JOHN W. bellhanger and blacksmith, 27 NorthFifth, 

h. 162 Cambridge 
Rose William E. carpenter, bds. 18 Perry 
Roseback Henry, laborer, h. 55 Gore 
Roseborough John, clerk (B.), h. 11 Holly place 
Rosenberg Josepn, glass-cutter, h. 5 Lincoln 
Rosenberg Vendell, glass-cutter, h. 204 Cambridge 
Roskel John, cabinet maker, bds. 117^- Harvard 
Ross A. D. (Ross & Elliot), wheelwright and blacksmith, 

Brighton, rear of Huckins' mill, rooms 65 Mt. Auburn 
Ross D. Waldo, student, H. U. h. 24 Craigie 
Ross H. P. proprietor, Broadway House, h. do. 
Ross Hugh, mason, h. Vine, cor. Fifth 
Ross John, carpenter, h. Eighth, n. Cambridge 
Ross John L. house 24 Craigie 
Ross Maria R. Mrs. h. 61 Third 
Ross Michael Mrs. h. Charles, near Fourth 
Ross Robert, contractor, h, Gerry, n. Chapman place 
Ross Robert T. machinist, bds. Robert Ross', Gerry, near 

Chapman plaee 
Ross Warren, optician, h. 69 Windsor 
Ross Wm. block tin-worker, h. Charles, near Fourth £s> 

Ross Wm. Munroe, grainer, h. 95 River g 

Ross & Elliot (A. D. Ross and Wm. Elliot), weeelwrights g 

and blacksmiths, Brighton, rear of Huckins' mill p 

Rotch H. M. Mrs. h. Kirkland, cor. Irving £ 

Rotch Thos. M. bds. Kirkland, cor. Irviug d 

Rouh Geo. butcher, h. Sixth, near Vine g 

Roulstone Samuel, upholsterer, h. Mt. Auburn, si. Sparks fcj 
Rouke Lawrence, laborer, h. 18 Harvard gq 

Rouke Peter, pedler, h. Willow plaee 

Rouke Peter F. moulder, h. 18 Harvard qq 

Rounds Benj. T. mason (B.), h. 34 Pearl ^ 

Rounds Charles Asa, car-driver, bds. Mann's, 12 Dunster i-j 
Rourke James, flagman, B. & A. R. R. h. Warren, n. Cam- 2 
Rourke James B. trader, h. 18 Hunting [bridge g 

Rourke John, currier, h. 85 Spruce p 

Rourke Michael, laborer, h. 194 Dublin "* 

Rourke Michael, straw-dealer, h, 29 Harvard £2 

Rourke Patrick, pedler, h. 27 Webster ave. - 

Rourke Thomas, laborer, h. 56 Charles uj 

Rouse Edward, laborer, bds. Water, oor. Bridge o 

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Rowe John J. stone-cutter, bds. Cowperthwait, cor. DeWolf J £ 

Rowe Joseph F. h. Acorn, cor. Chestnut f 

Rowe Patrick, house 2 Dock °^ 

§ Rowe Peter, stone-cutter, h. 21 Cowperthwait Q 

ROWE REUBEN B. express driver, bds. 38 Union O 

Rowe Samuel F. laborer, h. 5 Shepherd's blk. Charles River p 1 

^2 Rowe Sarah, wid. house 5 Everett p' 

P< Rowe Stephen J. compositor, h. 179 Main CfQ 

3 Rowell Ephraim Q. mason, h. Bigelow, near Harvard j g 

2* Rowell Geo. W. engineer, h. 36 Market 

Rowland Michael, tailor, h. rear 45 Winter E* 

g Rownan Patrick, laborer, h. 452 Cambridge £+ 



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•9 Roy John Mrs. h. 23 Cowperthwait 

w Royle Thomas, laborer, h. 56 Charles q 

h Ruddell William, upholsterer, bds. 15 Elm. ft 

5 Rugg Charles W. engineer, h. 6 Day ave. ^ O 

m Rugg Geo. H. (Holmes & Rugg), wood and coal dealer, Riv- td # 

g er, opp. City mill, h. 60 Walnut g Q 

g Rugg Samuel F. coal (21 Doane, B.), h. Harvard row g^W 

p^ Ruggli Joseph A. boot and shoe-maker, 7 Harvard row h. p <j 

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pq Ruhling Frederick Sirs, house 16 Harvard Q 

Rumrill A. Miss, h. 127 Washington |> 

W Rumrill Rebecca Miss, house 127 Washington W 

3 Rundlett Taylor M. commission merchant (India wharf B.), ^ 

2 h. 217 Broadway jg 

g Runey Lydia S. wid. Samuel, h. 101 Thorndike 

Runey William, laborer, h. 23 Sparks £P 

Rung G. currier, house Spruce Q 

^ Runkel Henry S. cabinet maker, h. Harvey, cor. Jackson O 

O Rupp George Mrs. h. Orchard, opp. the church [pect " 

»-h Russ Augustus, attorney(15 Pemberton sq. B.),bds. 132 Pros- ^ 

.g Russ Charles B. artist, studio (B.), h. 13 State p 

§ Rnss George L. ornamental painter (B.), h. 10 Union P 

pL, Russ Myra, wid. house 5 Gay P« 

^ Russ Sarah, wid. h. 132 Prospect gj 

p Russ Wm. H. book-binder, h. 9 Union M 

:g Russell Addie R. wid. Dexter, h. 46 Pearl £ 

£ Russell Amos,furniture and crockery. 535 Main, h. 1 Douglass [3 

*** Russell Amos W. cracker dealer, h. Essex, near Austin £ 

•g Russell Charles, soap-maker, bds. 17 Walnut court co 

<L> Russell Charles D. printer, h. 33 Bow ^ 

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Russell Charles L. constable, h. 30 Franklin 

Russell Charles T. counsellor (27 State, B.), h. 69 Sparks 

Russell Charles T. works J. P. Squire's, h, 7 Second St. ct. 

Russell Charles T. jr. student, bds. C. T. Russell's, 69 Sparks 

Russell Daniel W. sawyer, bds. 429 Main 

Russell David, machinist, bds. 391 Main 

Russell Edward, laborer, h. Stevens ct. 

Russell E. G. clergyman, h. 780 Main [h. at Somerville 

Russell E. T. cigar manufacturer, North ave. n. R. R. bridge, 

Russell Fisk, draughtsman (B.), h. 137 Washington 

Russell Francis F. clerk, h. 43 River 

Russell Frank E. trader, bds. 270 Broadway 

Russell Frederick E. painter, bds. 9 Walden 

Russell Geo. S. produce dealer, h. 97 Norfolk 

Russell Henry H. travelling agent, h. 33 Baldwin 

Russell John J. works gas house, h. Banks, n. Flagg 

Russell Joseph, laborer, 356 Broadway 

Russell Thomas, h. 69 Third 

Russell Thos. F. shoe-maker, Alvin Hayes', h. 70 Inman 

Russell Win. tinsmith, h. 2 Gray ct. 

Russell Wm. W. mason, h. Fourth, n. Winter 

Ruston Thos. glass-maker, h. 4 Lincoln 

Ruth Jane Miss, h. 380 Cambridge 

Ruth Rebecca A. wid. James W. h. 65 Mt. Auburn 

Ryan Dennis, laborer, h. Norfolk, n. Somerville line 

Ryan James F. plumber (B.), h. 145 Columbia 

Ryan John G. printer, h. 14 Jay 

Ryan Thos. laborer, h. 29 Webster ave. 

Ryan Thos. laborer, h. 155 Franklin 

Ryan Thos. D. clerk (B.), h. 35 Windsor 

Ryan Timothy, works Geldowsky's, h. Lechmere blk. Bridge 

Ryan Wm. fret-sawyer, h. 4 Gore [Brighton 

Ryan Wm. H. foreman, dry-pressroom, University Press, h.at 

Ryder Chas. carpenter, h. 21 River 

Ryder Chas. C. piano maker (B.), h 32 Amory 

Ryder Edwin, clerk (B.), bds. 313 Broadway 

RyderJGeo. E. h. 12 Magazine [Broadway 

Ryder Geo. G. ship-chandler (63 Commercial, B.), h. 313 

Ryder Joseph Capt. (139 Court, B.), h. 24 Lee 

Ryder Richard, ship-master, bds. 339 Broadway 

Ryder Rodolphus, box-maker, h. 363 Main 

Ryder Salathiel N. grocer, 214 Hampshire, h. 129 Inman 

S AFFORD AARON H. dry goods (37 Franklin, B.), h. 
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Safford Frederick M. gardener, Mt. Auburn cemetery 

Safford Truman H. undertaker, Mt. Auburn, h. at Belmont 

Sage Lewis, h. Milk, n. Union sq. opp. Porter's station 

Sajoie Oliva, laborer, h. North ave. opp. Tannery 

Salve Gottlieb, brass-finisher, bds. Deuclile's, 57 Gore 

Samautain Birae, brick-maker, h. Ill Spruce 

Sample James, carpenter, bds. North ave. cor. Beech 

Sampson Asa C. bds. 43 Essex 

Sampson Augusta, wid. of William, h. 650 Main 

Sampson Clias. F. book-binder, bds. 650 Main 

Sampson Rufus W. mason, h. 66 Norfolk 

Sampson Wm. F. book-binder, bds. 650 Main 

Sampson Wm. P. boots and shoes, Douglas's blk. 597 Main, 

house 42 Magazine 
Samuel Isaac, tailor, 72 Cambridge, h. do. 
Sanborn Abram B. machinist, h. 159 Bridge 
Sanborn Ambrose H. machinist, h. 123 Thorndike 
Sanborn Amos C. (Amos C. Sanborn & Co.), granite dealer, 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge, h. 149 Magazine 
SANBORN A. C.& CO. (Amos C. Sanborn, Hiram A. 
Kemp, James F. Sanborn, Benjamin S. Hoyt and Ly- 
man F. Sanborn), rough and hammered granite, San- 
born's wharf, Bridge (Boston office, 22 State) 
Sanborn Charles A. butcher, h. 10 Coggswell ave. 
Sanborn Chas. A. jr. horsecar driver, bds. 10 Coggswell ave. 
Sanborn D.iniel, teamster, h. 19 Dublin 
Sanborn Edmund E. bds. 10 Coggswell ave. 
Sanborn Geo. O. bds. 149 Magazine 
Sanborn James F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), granite dealer, 

Sanborn's wharf, Bridge h. 96 Magazine- 
Sanborn J. L. professor, bds. 353 Harvard 
Sanborn Joel L. machinist, bds. 416 Main 
Sanborn Joshua S. clerk, h. 12 Front 

Sanborn Lyman F. (A. C. Sanborn & Co.), rough and ham- 
mered granite, Sanborn's, bds. 149 Magazine 
Sanborn Silas, bds. 92 Thorndike 

Sanborn Silas, clerk (Custom House, B.), h. 92 Thorndike 
Sanborn Sulvilyer H. book-binder (30 Hanover, B.), house 

Magazine, cor. Walnut 
Sancrie Chas. A. mason, bds. 45 Sixth 
Sanders Charlotte, wid. Charles, h. 14 Highland 
Sanders Joseph B. ale, beer, &c. Main, h. 2 Holly 
Sanders Samuel, agent (Citizens' Mutual Insurance Co. of 

Brighton), h. 11 Market 
Sanders Thos. J. glass-maker, h. 118 Spring 

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MONUMENTS, TABLETS, &c JOHN 
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Sanderson Christopher C. carpenter, h. 27 Tremont 
Sanderson John IT. (Rollins & Sanderson), blacksmith, 

Church, h. Chapman pi. n. Gerry 
Sanderson Joseph policeman (B.), h. 10 School ct. 
Sanderson Wm. carpenter, h. 55 Cedar 
Sandison Geo. R. carpenter, h. Howard, n. Mt. Auburn 
Sandman Chas. baker, Seventh, cor. Otis, h. do. 
Sands Albert I. book-keeper (B.), bds. River, n. Franklin 
Sands Benj. F. flour (172 State, B.), h. 20 Avon 
Sands Harriet E. Miss, millinery, 12 College blk. Harvard 

row, bds. I. Sands' 
Sands Ivory, h. Sands, cor. Banks 
Sands James, teamster, h. Garden, n. Donnell 
Sands John L. brick-maker, Walden, h. Garden, c. Wyeth 
Sands Martin W. brick-maker, bds. Wyeth, cor. Garden 
Sands Orin E. clerk (B.), bds. 20 Avon 
Sands Robert L. marble cutter, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Roslyn 
Sanford Geo. W. blacksmith, bds. Porter's Hotel 
Sanford Martha, wid. Chas. h. 102 Mt. Auburn 
Sanger Charlotte K. Mrs. h. 3 Dana 
Sanger Edward G. book-keeper (B.), h. 9 Norfolk 
Sanger Edwin A. produce dealer (F. H. market, B.), bds. 

103 Washington 
Sanger Geo. P. counsellor at law, h. 10 Oxford 
Sanger Irene F. teacher (Boston), bds. 3 Dana 
Sanger Warren,cashier (Monument Nat. Bank, Charlestown), 

h. Elm, cor. Davenport 
Sarault John B. wood-turner, h. 34 Fifth [173 Main 

Sargent Amos W. (Sargent & Verity), grocer, 171 Main, h. 
Sargent Benj. h. Spring, n. Third 

Sargent Dan. T. freight house, B. & A. R. R. h. 24 Essex 
Sargent Galusha, pedler, bds. 377 Cambridge [53 Norfolk 
Sargent John, collector, Internal Rev. (30 Hanover, B.), h. 
Sargent John D. cashier, Internal Revenue office (B.), bds. 

53 Norfolk 
Sargent Kimball D. news-paper dealer (B.), h. 4 Rockwell 
Sargent Nellie Miss, book-keeper, bds. Sawins', School ct. 
Sargent Samuel D. broker, h. Ware, cor. Broadway 
SARGENT & VERITY (Amos W. Sargent and John S. 

Verity), grocers, 171 Main 
Sassard John A. wig-maker (214 Washington, B.), h. 36 

Clark [Clark 

Sassard John E. wig-maker (214 Washington, B.), h. 36 
Saul Wm. H. tailor (79 Franklin, B.), h. 62 Columbia 
Saunders Charles H. h. 50 North ave. [38 North ave. 

Saunders Francis E. dry goods, Harvard blk. Harvard sq. h. 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
Lashes for sale at lowest [rices, wholesale and retail. 



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m Saunders Horace F. (32 "Washington, B.), h. Garden, n. Ap- c+ 

g Saunders J. B. restaurant, 461 Main, h. 2 Holly §f 
e3 Saunders John H. printer, h. 154 Green [cor. Orchard 

2 Saunders Samuel B. wheelwright, bds. Cutter's, Davenport, Q 

Saunders Wm. A. h. 108 North ave. O 

£ Saunders Wra. A. h. North ave. P 1 

g« Saunders Wm. H. slater, h. 101 Allston p 

g Saunders Wm. Mrs. h. 1 Garden [Main, h. 18 Sydney W 

£_i Savage Chas. B. (David Savage & Son), expressman, 600 P 

Savage Daniel W. (Eastern express, B.), h. r. Cambridge, n. 
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q Savage Edward C. express driver, bds. 18 Sydney p 

§ Savage James M. carpenter, h. 132 Otis 

J3 Savage John, carpenter, h. Linnaean, n. Avon Q 

& SAVAGE JOHN Jr. cashier, Lechmere National Bank, Cam- bJ^ 

" bridge, cor. Second, h. (Prospect, Somerville) [h. do. § O 

W Savage Lizzie C. Mrs. dressmaker, Second, n. Cambridge, q e& 

m Savage Susan, wid. of Abram, bds. Second, n. Cambridge P 5j 

p^ Savage Wm. H. laborer, h. Second, n. Cambridge " 

Savage Wm. B. interior decorator (105 Tremont, B.), h. 78 <j 

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Savage David & Son (Chas. B. Savage), 600 Main and (3 O 

M Washington and 34, 36, 8 and 20 Court sq. B.) t> 

2 Sawin D. H. expressman, bds. 11 Appian Way g 

2 Sawin John B. expressman, h. 12 School ct. [Somerville ffj 

SJ Sawin Joshua H. feather-bed renovator, 101 Green, h. at [3 

W SAWIN MOSES M. expressman, 14 Brighton, h. School 

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g Sawin Nathaniel D. hides, leather and country produce (15 Q 

O Blackstone, B.), house 49 North avenue O 

r-H Sawin Robert L. book-keeper, house 148 Cambridge 

+j Sawin Samuel H. clerk, Wood's, bds. Mrs. S. L. Swain's, 11 j^ 

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p^ Sawin Sarah L. Mrs. house 11 Appian Way p 

^ Sawin Sullivan O. express-man, house 11 Appian Way P* 

3 Sawin Susan W. Miss, h. North avenue, cor. Langdon j£| 

+3 Sawin's express, M. M. Sawin, proprietor, Harvard square, ^ 

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" Sawtell Benjamin, house 6 Wright g 

"g Sawyer Albert F. painter, house 520 Main g 

j© Sawyer Albert J. dentist, 455 Main, bds. 39 Auburn © 

S SAWYER CHARLES A. painter, 460 Main, bds. 520 Main ** 



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Sawyer Charles M. h. 512 Main 
Sawyer Edward H. baker, house 187 Hampshire 
Sawyer Eusebius, soap-boiler, house 520 Main 
Sawyer F. upholsterer, house 80 Pearl 
Sawyer George E. letter carrier, bds. 520 Main 
Sawyer Henry, Bay State Color Co. Montgomery, c. Harvey 
Sawyer Howard M. (Pettingell& Sawyer), oiled hat-manufac- 
turer, Thorndike, c. Second, h. Second, cor. Thorndike 
Sawyer Jabez A. attorney (42 Court, B.), h. Mt. Vernon, n. 

North avenue 
SAWYER JOHN S. roofer and agent, Middlesex Ins. Co.'s, 

room 8 Hyde's block, Main, house 65 Austin 
Sawyer Josiah, shoe-dealer, Brookline, house 39 Auburn 
Sawyer Lucy T. widow Samuel, house 9 Shepard 
Sawyer Newell, box-maker, bds. 429 Main 
Sawyer Rapha A. machinist, house 179 Cambridge 
Sawyer William L. shoe-maker, 431 Main, bds.Austin,n. Main 
Scagel Hiram, clerk, house rear 507 Main 
Scales True, mason (112 Portland, B.); house 40 Pine 
Scanlan Frank, painter, h. Webster ave. corner Cambridge 
Scanlan Frank P. painter, 522 Main, h. Green, near Bay 
Scanlan James, tailor, house 47 Essex 
Scanlan Jeremiah, laborer, house 67 Spruce 
Scanlan Joseph F. watch-maker, bds. 47 Essex 
Scanlan Lewis G. car-painter, house 11 Hancock 
Scanlan Patrick, laborer, house 79 Spruce 
Scanlan Thomas, laborer, h. Foster, near Irving place 
Scanlan Thos. teamster, h. McCabe, near Cambridge 
Scanlan Timothy, millinery goods, Third, near Cambridge, 
Scanlan William, laborer, h. Brighton, near Eliot [h. do. 

Sceva Henry, carpenter, house 481 Main 
Schaefer D. currier, house Dublin 
Schaefer William R. gunsmith (11 Dock square, B.), house 

4 Lincoln place 
Schaffer Conrad, furrier, house 33 Market [Columbia 

Schall Joseph, dipper (Hobart's brass -foundry, B.), house 143 
Schetter Florens, house 8 Berkeley 
Schimett John, baker, house 27 River 
Schisbel Conrad, carver, house 152 Court 
Schlittler Baltasar, blacksmith, house 36 Cambridge 
Schnieder Wm. currier, bds. North ave. n. Arlington line 
Schopplery Charles, jig-sawyer, house 98 Spring 
Schopplery Charles jr. jig-sawyer, bds. 98 Spring 
Schubarth Marthinius L. printer, h. Wendell, corner Carver 
Schuler Alois, currier, bds. North avenue, near Rice 

BURDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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to Schultz James, clerk, house 3 Cottage 

5 Schwarnb John, picture frame-maker, house 21 Green o 

" Schwartzwelder John, foreman, Doe & Hunnewell's, h. Eighth, *"* 

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o Scobey Charles, railroad hand, bds. Mrs. Marshall's, East 2 

rS Scott Alexander F. salesman, bds. Coburn's, Orchard p 

P* Scott Arthur L. foreman, paint shop, B. & L. R. R. house W 

© Leighton court, near East g 

*p« Scott Charles, mason, house Sixth, near Spring O 

3 Scott Charles W. artist, house 44 Pleasant P^ 

© Scott Edward C. house 612 Main w 

Scott George H. blacksmith, bds. 8 Broadway ^ 

w Scott John, express driver, house Gore, near Fifth <•$ n> 

q Scott John W. blacksmith, F. Ivers', bds. at Somerville ^ 

rg Scott John W. A. artist, house 44 Pleasant p - 

9 Scott Margaret Miss, boarding-house, 12 Bow P-g* 

2 Scott Mary, widow Benjamin, house Perry court ^ 

O Scott Robert, carpenter, house foot Dyke w p 

Scott Timothy A. printer, bds. Western ave. corner Putnam W* 



M Scott Wm. carpenter, boards 12 Bow [_36 Windsor, £ q 

H Scranton Henry A. (H. A. & O. Scranton), wood-turner h. P £ 

g SCRANTON H. A. & O. (Osbert Scranton and Henry A- | & 

Scranton), wood-turning and jig-sawing, Main, near Os- i-j 2 

H bora's planing-mill [house 69 Allston j/2 

^ Scranton Osbert (H. A. & O. Scranton), wood-turner, Main, £j y 

j2 Scranton William F. wood-turner, house 5 Hamilton O © 

^1 Scripture Alonzo L. carpenter, h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. e+^ 

p3 Scripture John A. carpenter, h. Putnam pi. n. Western ave. . *-& 

PH Scudder Mary B. widow Alexander, h. Auburn, c. Magazine q 3 

Sculley Thomas Mrs. h. 64 Brimmer blk. Harvard g. © 

^ Sculley Thomas, laborer, h. 7 Brimmer blk. Harvard O P^ 

Scully Daniel, laborer, h. Webster ave. near Somerville P * 

§ Scully Thomas Rev. h. Norfolk, near the church q 

^2 Seamond Z. A. carpenter, bds. North ave. corner Beech kh 
■g Searles Elizabeth Mrs. house 1 Sixth 
cj Seaver Benjamin F. eating saloon (B.), house 15 Market 

Ph Seaver Henry Q. grocer (98 Cambridge, B.), h. 9 Brooks ^j 

V0 Seaver Isaac Mrs. house 30 South Seventh r* 

Seaverns Geo. W. piano-forte action maker, h. 41 Magazine q 

+* Seavey Charles E. (Boston Stamping & Manufacturing Co. f> 

(93 North, B.), bds. 615 Main gd 

Seavey Charles T. carpenter, house 227 Harvard S^ 

"S Seavey Eben (93 North, B.), bds. 615 Main [615 Main ft 

t© Seavey George F. (Boston Stamping Co. 93 North, B.) bds. uJ 

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Seavey Theodore B. carpenter, house Washington court 
Seavey Theodore H. (9 Fulton, B.), house 357 Harvard 
Sedgwick Arthur G. lawyer (39 Court, B.), house Kirkland 

opposite Preston 
Seelye Sophia, widow Jacob C. h. Cambridge, cor. Fifth 
Seelye Norman M. machinist (70 Sudbury, B.), h. 94 Otis 
Seer, see also Cyr 

Seger Joseph, varnisher, house Seventh, near Otis 
Sell James T. gas tip-manufacturer, house 28 Harrison 
Semple James, carpenter, house 277 Cambridge 
Semple John R. carpenter, house 277 Cambridge 
Semple Thomas, carpenter, house 277 Cambridge 
Semple William, house 277 Cambridge, near Warren 
Sennott Edward T. blacksmith, house 3 Portland 
Sennott Samuel, mason, order box 15 Brattle, h. 15 Wendell 
Sephton Richard, glass-blower, house 41 Winter 
Sesler Casper, cabinet maker, bds. 36 Cambridge 
Sessions Elizabeth R. house 2 Austin place 
Sessions Lucy Miss, teacher, private-school, h. 2 Austin pi. 
SEVER CHARLES W. book-seller, Harvard sq.h. Frisbe pi. 
Severance Horace M. printer, house 10 Kinnard 
Severance Roswell, printer, house 10 Kinnar 
Severns Wm. electrotyper, house 21 Mellen 
Sewall Samuel B. apothecary-clerk (B.), h. 103 Washington 
Seward George R. clerk, bds. 98 Austin 
Seward Lucy A. Mrs.house 98 Austin 
Sexton Isaac, tinman, house 59 Inman 
Sexton Patrick, grocer, 145 Bridge and Cambridge, corner 

Windsor, house 508 Cambridge 
Shackford Bailey, pedler, 554 Main, h. Inman, opp. Austin 
Shackford Leonard, policeman, house 20 Shepard 
Shackley Owen, baker, house 8 Worcester 
Shaide Benjamin, musician, h. 162 Cambridge 
Shaler Nathaniel S. prof. Paleontology, Musenm Compara- 
tive Zoology, house 13 Bow 
Shannon Michael, tinsmith, bds. Londergan's, Spruce 
Shapleigh Thomas W. (Oriental Tea Co.'s, B.), h. 107 Pros- 
pect 
Sharkey Bridget, wid. Patrick, h. Flagg, n. Banks 
Sharkey James, blacksmith, h. 125 Elm 
Sharkey John, plasterer, bds. Flagg, n. Banks 
Sharkey Mackey, clerk, bds. Flagg, n. Banks 
Sharkey Patrick, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, h. Winter, near 

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Sharp John, pork-packer, bds. 3 Oak 

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,2 Sharpies S. P. chemist, h. 9 Shepard 

§ Shattuck Harrison C. machinist, h. 10 Chestnut ct. £ 

PQ Shaughnessy Daniel, brush-maker bds. Mullen's blk. Winter fr* 

Shaughnessy James, glass-blower, bds. Mullen's blk. Winter °L 

o Shaughnessy Michael, laborer, h. 1 Mullen's block, Winter q 

J5 Shaughnessy Michael jr. brush-maker, bds. Mullen's block q* 

Ph Shaw Caleb B. express-man, Appian Way, h. 11 Garden g; 

Shaw Daniel W. (Braman, Shaw & Co.), furniture manufac- g- 

"p^ turer, Bridge, opp. Prison Point bridge, salesroom (27 qq 

g Sudbury, B.), h. 127 North ave. p 

© Shaw Dorcas C. widow of David, h. 202 Harvard «*• 

H Shaw G. S. (Shaw, Livermore & Co.), fancy-goods (112 £j 

w Wash. B.), h. 10 Kirkland pi. © 

§J Shaw Jacob B. (Jacob B. Shaw & Co.), coal-dealer, 5 P, 

,Q Broadway, h. 39 Essex f - 

9 Shaw John, h. Webster ave. c. Cambridge 

j5 Shaw Joshua F. at Farwell's fish-market, North ave. b. do. Q 

q Shaw Thomas, teamster, h. Cambridge, opp. Distillhouse ^ 

SHAW JACOB B. & CO. coal-dealers, 5 Broadway g 

y Shea Cornelius, laborer, h. 17 Banks WQ 

O Shea Daniel, glass- worker, h. 4 North O ^ 

W Shea Daniel, laborer, h. Dunster, n. South g* , 

" Shea Dennis, laborer, h. 47 Fifth p ^ 

• Shea Dennis, teamster, h. 79 Spruce * 

W Shea Dennis, tailor, 18 Brighton, h. 25 De Wolf P 

y Shea Dennis A. at H. D. Houghton's, h. 13 Valentine 2 

g Shea James, laborer, h. 13 Sparks ^ 

<J Shea James, tailor (B.), h. r. 122 Broadway £cj 

P5 Shea James, laborer, h. 2 Water OU 

|x< Shea James, laborer, h. 38 Foster p, 

Shea Jeremiah, galvanizer, bds. 115 Pleasant 

w Shea Jeremiah, laborer, h. Winthrop, near Dunster 



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^ Shea John, laborer, h. 66 Brimmer blk. Harvard W 

rt Shea John, laborer, h. Dunster, n. South p 

jg Shea Julia, wid. John, h. 13 Sparks & 

" Shea Mary, widow of John, h. Murdock place ~ 

bp Shea Michael, photographer, h. Winnett's blk. Bridge *£t 

.2 Shea Michael, laborer, h. Sibley ct. near Sparks 

£> Shea Patrick, grocer, 145 Hampshire, h. do. p 

(x< Shea Patrick, laborer, h. 22 Crane D 

Shea Patrick, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Willard lj 

O « Shea Patrick, tailor (B.), h. r. 122 Broadway 5 

fi Shea Peter, laborer, h. foot of Dunster *"* 



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Shea Timothy, grocer, 185 Bridge, h. 183 do. 
Shea Timothy, printer, University Press, h. 193 Mt. Auburn 
SheachJGeorge, clerk (B.), house 111 Windsor 
Sheafe Eugene, box-maker, h. 46 Clark [38 Erie 

Sheafe John C. (Brooking & Sheafe), painter, 491 Main, h. 
Sheahan Patrick, boot and shoe-maker, 370 Main, house 200 
Shean Thomas, clerk, h. Green, n. Brattle [Franklin 

Shear Patrick, grocer, 26 Brewery 
Shearer J. W. bds. 8 Dana 
Shearer W. L. clerk (B.), bds. 8 Dana 
Shedd Abigail S. wid. George, h. 31 Pearl 
Shedd Alonzo, grocer, 101 Cambridge, h. 33 Fourth 
Shedd James A. h. 147 Mt. Auburn 
Shedd Leander S. book-binder, h. 31 Park 
Shedd Peter, hostler, h. Wheatland blk. Cambridge 
Sheen Dennis, laborer, h. 419 Cambridge 
Sheen Patrick, laborer, h. 173 Norfolk 

Sheehan James, laborer, h. Line, near Cambridge [Bay 

Sheehan Patrick, shoe-maker, 370 Main, h. Franklin, near 
Sheehy Patrick, laborer, h. 129 Dublin 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 144 Spruce 
Shehan John, laborer, h. 28 Charles River 
Shehan Thomas, shoe-maker, h. 37 Green 
Shelien William, horse-shoer, h. Baldwin, cor. Baldwin ct 
Sheldon James, painter and glazier, h. 19 Suffolk 
Shelle Alex, organ-grinder, h. 16 Jay 
Shelley Bridget, widow of William, h. Walden, n. Garden 
Shelley Patrick, brass-moulder, bds. r. 112 Broadway 
Shelton Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 7 Austin 
Shenan Pat. hostler, club-stables, First, h. Lechmere blk. 
Shepard Adeline Miss, shirt-maker, h. 519 Main 
Shepard Eliza P. Mrs. h. 519 Main [East, h. Woburn 

Shepard Henry M. lumber-surveyor, S. A. Holt & Co's, 
Shephard Cunningham, book-binder, h. Russell, n. Main 
Shephard Jared Mrs. h. 73 Spring 

Shephard Otis (Shephard, Hall & Co.), lumber dealer, Pris- 
on Point bridge, h. at Dorchester 
Shephard, Hall & Co. (Otis Shephard, Lewis A. Hall & 
George C. Nichols), lumber dealers, Prison Point 
bridge 
Shepherd Alexander F. carpenter, h. 27 Trowbridge 
Shepherd Franklin C. clerk, h. 6 Jay 
Shepherd Joseph, laborer, h. Donnell, n. Tuttle 
Shepherd O. C. carpenter, h. 8 Charles River 

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£ Shepherd Sumner P. (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.), lumber 
O dealer, Broadway, near Main, h. Sacramento, n. North 

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Sherburne Reuben, window-glass (20 Canal, B.), bds. 794 



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© Sherdain Michael, wood-turner, h. r. 159 Broadway 

•2 Sheridan Patrick, teamster, house 68 Gore 

" Sheridan Richard, h. Winter, near Third 

© Sheriff Frank A. bank-messenger, house 46 Winter 

'S Sherman Daniel, policeman, h. 5 Pine 

Q Sherman George, baker, h. Ninth, n. Cambridge 

© Sherman J. B. stone-cutter, 5 Pine 

Sherry James, tailor, h. 119 Third 
g Sherry Martin, piano-key-maker, h. 4 Antrim 
© Sherwood John, laborer, h. 116 Dublin [shire. 

Shewbridge Geo. Thomas, pattern-maker, bds. 135 Hamp- 



Shields Fardey, engineer, h. Vine, near Third 

^ Shields Fred, blacksmith, h. Pioneer, c. Main ~jp* 

O Shields Owen, teamster, h. East, n. Hall's wharf £ 

Shilling J. currier, bds. Reed, n. Harvey g £ 

M Shilling O. currier, bds. Dublin g *"* 

^ Shine Mary Mrs. h. rear East, n. Bridge § O 

^ Shinnick Timothy, teamster, h. Winter, c. Bridge ** § 

\ Shinnick William Rev. h. Otis, cor. Fourth 02 g* 

ptj Shorey Joel (Quincy market, B.), h. 6 Second St. ct ? g 

Shory John R. gasometer, h. 97 Vine „ q 

W Short Daniel, laborer, h. Columbia, near Somerville line ~*<£ 

2 Short James, laborer, h. Columbia, n. Webster ave. y^ 

2 Short John, blacksmith, h. rear 58 Columbia O g 

P Short John, horse-trader, h. 23 Vine & et- 

Short John A. moulder, h. 9 School 2 B 

Short Matthew, car-builder, bds. 9 School • § 

g Short Matthew Mrs. h. 9 School e* 
O Short Patrick, laborer, h. Columbia n. Somerville line 

5 Short Wm. J. clerk (B.), h. 140 Hampshire q 

+1 Shorugh Cornelius, laborer, h. 13 Sparks m 

Q Shorugh John, laborer, h. Sparks, n. Foster Q 
pi| Shuler John, barrel dealer, Cambridge, cor. Hunting, h. do. 

Shultz Frederick, cabinet maker, h. Seventh, near Otis ^ 
p Shultz Henry, varnisher, h. Seventh, n. Otis 

•^ Shuman Henry, tool-maker (B.), h. 7 Franklin Q 

j£ Sias Charles D. clerk (B.), bds. 106 Inman l> 

»** Sias Wm. (B.), h. 106 Inman. # 

-g Sias Wm. W. clerk (B.), bds. 106 Inman § 

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Sibley John L. librarian of Harvard College, h. 9 Phillips 
Siders Charles B. hackman, bds. 50 Pearl 
Siefert Adolf F. saloon (2J State, B.), h. Leighton court 
Siefert Charles A. barometer maker (70 Washington, B.), 

house 2 Leighton court 
Sigley John, basket maker, h. 177 Dublin 
Silva Joseph, cabinet maker, h. Third, n. Gore 
Silva Frank, mariner, h. 90 Third 
Silva John, teamster, h. 6 Vine 
Silva Manuel P. at Geldowsky's, h. 98 Fifth 
Silva Thomas. I. hair-dresser, 99 Cambridge, h. 27 Third 

Silvers George, laborer, h. Pioneer pi. 

Silverstine Samuel, com. agent, 5 Holly 

Sim James, boiler maker, house 19 Washington 

Sirne Thomas, clerk, house 5 Austin 

Simmons James W. gardener, 41 Hampshire 

Simms James, h. 31 Union 

Simms Oliver, fishrods, h. 31 Union 

Simon Joseph, laborer, h. Gore, n. Fifth 

Simonds Arad, machinist, h. 39 Fourth 

Simonds J. horsecar conductor, bds. Willis's, Elm, c. Russell 

Simonds Joseph, real estate agt. (49 Washington, B.), house 
100 Prospect 

Simonds Warren W. policeman, h. 11 Antrim 

Simonds Wm. H. blacksmith, bds. Wm. C. Simonds', Rice 

Simpson Bartlett, cabinet maker (B.), h. 127 Harvard. 

Simpson Charles, laborer, h. 2 Hixon's blk. Hastings 

Simpson Charles H. book-keeper (B.), h. 37 Windsor 

Simpson H. (Chesley & Simpson), carpenter, 579 Main, h. 
3 Soden 

Simpson Harry A. teamster, bds. r. River, opp. Rockwell 

Simpson James, baker, h. Hampshire, n. Columbia 

Simpson Mary, wid. John, h. 10 Arlington 

Simpson Wm. A. bds. 10 Arlington 

Sinclair Alexander, laborer, h. Sixth, n. Vine 

Sinclair M. B. Mrs. book-keeper, bds. 90 Mt. Auburn 

Singleton Thos. glass-cutter, h. 107 Spring 

Sisle Frederick, butcher, h. 92 Vine 

Skahan James, blacksmith, h. 200 Dublin 

Skahen Thos. laborer, h. Tuttle, n. Donnell 

Skahen Wm. laborer, h. Spruce, n. brickyard 

Skelley Edward F. glass-maker, bds. 19 Winter 

Skelley John W. saloon, bds. 88 Otis 

Skelton Horace, carpenter, h. Columbia, r. 45 Norfolk 

BDRDITT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. The attention 
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pq Skillings David N. (Skillings, Whitney Brothers & Barnes), 

lumber dealer, Prison Point, h. Winchester So 

g Skillings, Whitney Brothers & Barnes (D. N. Skillings, J* 

~' Cliarles Whitney, David Whitney and Lawrence 2 

p^ Barnes), lumber merchants, Prison Point, office (5 8- 

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® Skinner Cornelius B. book-binder, h. 21 Park P 

§* Skinner Demsey, laborer, h. 100 Webster ave. V? 

g Skinner John M. joiner, bds. 127 Prospect It- 

gn Sklescarbut Francis, laborer, h. Franklin, n. Bay 
Skoo,g Axel, carpenter, bds. 17 Walnut ct. 

£ Slack Robert H. architect (B.), h. 37 Wendell 

jg Slater Luther, h. 134 Austin 



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- Sleeper Oliver, tailor (7 West, B.), h. 167 Brookline 

§ Sleeper Silas, grocer (35 South Market, B.), h. North ave. 2 



Smiley James, piano-forte varnisher (700 Harrison ave. B.), 
£ bds. J. N. Burleigh's, Putnam, n. Kinnard 

fe Smith Abner, teamster, 3 Pi oneer pi. 



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" Sloan Joseph A. salesman, h. 20 Essex hh 

wS Sloan Rufus A. upholsterer, h. 77 Inman c" 

Q Slocom N. W. salesman, b. 18 Williams §>[§ 

pt] Slocomb Lavina Miss, h. 74 Fourth w ^ 

Ph Slocomb Oscar J. hat-maker (83 Union, B.), h. 4 Webster O ^J 

-A Slocomb Samuel, treasurer, Bay State Glass Co's, Bridge, h. P -. 

W Sloey Ann, wid. Patrick, h. 73 Bolton [73 Otis ^ 

y Small Benj. Mrs. h. 62 Sacramento m 

fc Small Chas. varnisher, h. 120 Spring ^ 

<J Small Chas. W. carpenter, h. 8 Village H 

P5 Small David, carpenter, bds. 47 Cedar GO 

fe Small Edgar W. carpenter, h. 12 Cogswell ave. gp 

Small Gardner R. machinist, bds. 62 Sacramento -. 

g Small John G. (Post Office, B.), h. 343 Broadway § 

§ Small O. H. bds. 9 Squire's ct. j 

,2 Small Sullivan R. camenter, h. Mellen, n. Oxford ^ 

,g Small Wm. plasterer, "h. Porter, n. Medford w 

g Smallidge Jeremiah W. brush-maker, h. 130 Otis £ 

p^ Smart Don Carlos, rubber doorstop manuf. 382 and 388 P- 

Main, h. 36 Sydney ^ 

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jO Smith Alonzo R. grocer, North ave. cor. Walclen, h. Chester *"* 

g Smith Alpheus K. (Frasier & Smith), 314 Main, b. 15 Clark 03 

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Smith Alvah C. Dr. teacher, Webster school, h. 66 Inman 

Smith Andrew G. policeman, bds. J. B. Kent's, School ct. 

Smith Ann, wid. John, h. North ave. cor. Beech 

Smith Benj. G. h. 11 Fayerweather 

Smith Burrell, h. 5 Pioneer 

Smith Calvin S. carpenter, h. Seventh street ct. 

Smith Caroline, wid. John C. h. Harvard, n. G. J. R. R. 

Smith Charles, cabinet maker, h. Third, opp. Vine 

Smith C. Charles, cabinet maker (B.), h. 15 Washington 

Smith Chas. H. grocer, Main, cor. Columbia, rooms do. 

Smith Chas. H. painter, h. 60 Essex 

Smith Chas. M., Riverside Press, h. 5 Day ave. 

Smith Chas. R. book-keeper (B.), h. 5 Williams 

Smith Chauncy, counsellor (5 Pemberton sq. B.), h. Brattle, 

opp. Irving place 
Smith Clement L. tutor, H. U. h. 10 Mason 
Smith David, waiter, h. 41 Hampshire 
Smith David H. carpenter, h. Cottage court, Pearl 
Smith Edmund, florist, h. Linnaean, cor. Avon [Mt. Auburn 
Smith Edward F. salesman (B.), bds. Mrs. Humphrey's, 104 
Smith Edwin A. sawyer, h. 54 Sixth 
Smith Edwin W. machinist, h. 135 Thorndike 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, h. 3 Stinson's ct. 
Smith Fannie Miss, telegraph operator, bds. 12 Brooks 
Smith Fannie S. wid. of Lemuel, h. 464 Main [ave. 

Smith Francis, tailor, North ave. cor. Russell, h. 245 North 
Smith Frederick H., Dresser & Co.'s, Magazine, h. 70 River 
Smith Geo. hackman, h. Lechmere, blk. Cambridge 
Smith Geo. lather, bds. Columbia, n. Webster ave. 
Smith Geo. B. cabinet maker, h. Sixth, n. Spring 
Smith Geo. D. jeweller (162 Washington, B.), h. Frost, n. 

Roseland [h. Third, opp. Court House. 

Smith Geo. E. commission merchant (6 Central wharf, B.), 
Smith Geo. M. shoe-maker, h. North ave. cor. Rice 
Smith Geo. T. clerk, bds. 423 Broadway 
Smith Geo. F. h. 5 Williams 

Smith Godfreid, laborer, h. rear Mt. Auburn,n. Elmwood ave. 
Smith Grace, wid. h. Columbia, n. Somerville 
Smith G. W. carpenter, h. 110 Pearl 

Smith Henry A. h. 8 Union [Prospect, n. Cambridge 

Smith Henry D. livery stable, Bridge, junction Gore, h. 
Smith Henry W. watch-maker (29 Washington, B.), h. 21 

Plymouth 

Smith H. Porter, woollens (105 Summer, B.), h. 41 Dana 

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Smith H. W. Mrs. preserver of bridal and funeral flowers,21 
O Plymouth 

W Smith James, cabinet maker, h. 31 East Perry 
•» Smith James, laborer, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
O Smith James, h. Walnut ct. 

,5 Smith James, confectionery and fruit, 405 and 407 Main,h. do 
W Smith James, carver, h. 67 River R a y 

© Smith James (Smith Bros.), cutler (191 Washington,B.),h. 7 
'pi Smith James, mason, h. Wheatland blk. Cambridge 
Q Smith James, machinist, h. 83 Elm 
© Smith James A. L. hair-dresser, 539 Main, h. 23 Hamilton 

Smith James H. book-keeper, bds. 37 Inman 



oq Smith James M. watchman, L. R. R. h. 32 Fourth 

© Smith James S. ticket agent (Old State House, B.), h. 39 
»9 Hamilton 

9 Smith Jane, wid. of James, h. 71 School 

Jj Smith Jane, wid. Wm.H. h. 449 Main [Amory pi. 

O Smith Jared C, R. R. agent (82 Washington, B.), h. 1 

•» Smith J. Charles, fruit and confectionery, llli Cambridge, 
M h.do. 

H Smith John, carnage washer, h. Cambridge, cor. First 

p^ Smith John, works Wentworth's, bds. 65 Columbia 

~. SMITH JOHN A. secretary, Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. 
H Co. 555 Main, h. 144 Pearl 

** Smith John B. cooper, h. Walnut, n. Pearl 

g Smith John E. painter, bds. 4 Walnut 

S Smith John E. cabinet maker, h. 63 Hampshire 

2 Smith John N. painter, h. 4 Walnut 

jjj Smith John P. car-driver, h. 39 Baldwin 

Smith Jordan, grocer, 88 Harvard 

Smith Joseph, cabinet maker, h. 61 Cherry 



p Smith Joseph, bds. r. 41 Clark 



Smith Joseph T. wheelwright, bds. Montgomery 

Smith Joseph T. carpenter, bds. 61 Third 

Smith Joseph W. machinist, bds. 95 Columbia [ave. 

Smith Joseph W. brick-manufacturer (Medford),h. 70 North 



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^ Smith Josiah C. gas-fitter (B.), h. 10 Sydney ^ 

q Smith Lewis, cobbler, h. Fourth, n. Gore Q 

*+j Smith Lodowick, mechanic, h. 21 Austin |> 

•Jh Smith Louis F. hair-dresser, 590 Main, h. 23 Tremont W 

*** Smith Lyman P. upholsterer, bds. Wellington's, 815 Main ^ 

"g Smith Martha H. wid. Jeremiah, h. Everett, n. North ave. ^ 

,g Smith Martin L. wood and coal-dealer, Main, L. P. h. 323 

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Smith Mary, wid. Anthony, h. Power's blk. Harvard [ave. 

Smith Mary A. wid. Ebenezer, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Elmwood 

Smith Michael, waiter, h. 25 Crane 

Smith Michael, laborer, h. 167 Norfolk 

Smith Michael, laborer, h. Garden, n. Donnell 

Smith Moses, carpenter, h. 12 Kliot 

Smith Patrick, laborer, bds. Warren, near Cambridge 

Smith Peter J. sawyer, 382 and 388 Main, house Warren, 

near Cambridge 
Smith R. D. Mrs. widow, house 131 Brookline 
Smith Rebecca K. widow James, house 30 Magazine 
Smith Robert C. paver, h. Lopez, near Brookline 
Smith Sarah W. Mrs. boards 29 Sixth 
Smith Simon F. carpenter, house 83 Auburn 
Smith Simon P. laborer, bds. Water, corner Bridge 
Smith Taylor F. clerk (B.), bds. T. L. Smith's, 1 Chauncy 
Smith T. Frank, drug clerk, bds. Goodwin's, Henderson's blk. 
SMITH THOMAS, horse-shoer, 436 Main, h. 73 School 
Smjth Thomas, butcher, house Harvey 
Smith Thomas L. grocer (61 Clinton, B.), h. 1 Chauncy 
Smith Walter E. clerk (B.), boards" 104 Mt. Auburn 
Smith William, cabinet maker, bds. 31 East 
Smith William, printer, house 139 Brookline 
Smith Wm. hair-dresser, Windsor, c. Main, bds. at B. 
Smith Wm. cabinet maker (B.), h. Magazine, opp. Willow 
Smith Wm. H. clerk, boards 46 Tremont 
Smith Wm. H. printer (B.), house 55 Broadway 
Smith Wm. H. H. planer, h. Fourth, corner Cambridge 
Smith Will. P. job-printer, boards 144 Pearl 
Smithers John B. book-binder, house 7 Daye avenue 
Smukle Fred, organ maker, h. Third, corner Gore 
Smye Joseph, gardener, house 159 Pleasant 
Smytherman Henry, teamster, h. 16 Webster avenue 
Smytherman Wm. laborer, house 49 Clark 
Snell Wm. carpenter, house Cambridge, near Second 
Snow Ambrose, carpenter, house 20 Hancock 
Snow Byron M. car-conductor, house 35 Pleasant 
Snow Chas. F. painter, house 4 H0II7 place 
SNOW EBEN, cashier, Charles River Bank, and treasurer 

of the Cambridge Savings Bank, h. 7 Fayerweather 
Snow E. Herbert, leather (118 High, B.), bds. 267 North ave. 
Snow Eugene J. student, bds. Arnold's, r. Hancock, n. Harvard 
Snow Henry E. clerk, house 50 Cherry [12 DeWolf 

Snow James H. (Millan & Snow), fish-dealer, 21 Brattle, h. 
Snow James M. carpenter, house 77 Concord avenue 

Tools, Table and Pocket Cutlery, and every variety of Whips and 
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2 Snow Joseph, carpenter, house 27 Rice . 

g Snow Leonard, children's carriage manufacturer (607 Wash- £ 

pQ ington, B.), house 45 Mt. Auburn pj 

Snow Nancy, widow William, house 32 Pearl Jf 

O Snow Nathaniel A. salesmau (B.), house 60 Auburn ^ 

§ Snow Russell L. (Rhaodes & Snow), carpenter, Allston, h. q 

2 40 Hamilton [near North ave. q* 

Snow Samuel, counsellor (17 Pemberton sq. B.), h. Wendell, £j 

^ Snow Sarah Mrs. house Wendell, near North avenue g* 

P< Snow Seymour B. cashier, Cambridgeport National Bank, h. rjcj 

9 127 Magazine p 
£ Snow Simeon, leather (95 High, B.), house 7 Bigelow 

Snow William M. clerk and messenger, Charles River Nation- 

g al Bank, bds. 7 Fayerweather e+ 

© Soley John J. broker (13 Exchange, B.), h. Putnam, c. Green £5. 
^ Solomons Coleman, pedler, house 89 Brookline [do. 

w Somerby Chas. A. organ pipe-maker, Second, cor. Gore, bds. -. 

& Somerby Washington F. real-estate agent, house 3 Avon lL 

O Somes John F. carver, house 50 Pine ^ q 

~ Soper James B. book-keeper (B.), h. Putnam, n.Western ave. y ^ 

M Sortell Daniel R. pres. Cambridge National Bank, h. 59 Otis O Q 

y Sort well's Distillery, Cambridge, cor. Distillhouse place e+ H 

nj Soule Benjamin T. fruits (22 Union, B.), h. 286 Broadway y ^j 

Soule William, house-carpenter, h. Washington, near ,Pine * ?1 

pt| Soule William S. com. mer. (162 Pearl, B.), h. Thorndike, q 

near Fourth [Southac's (> 

M Southac Frank, organ action maker, Main, bds. Jas. H. £j 

2 Southac James H. organ action maker, Main, h. 32 Prospect -^ 

2 Southard Samuel S. at Wood's, house Howard H 

g Southward Thomas, trunk-maker (B.), h. 46 Fifth w 

Southwick Hannah R. widow Simeon, h.Third, n. Cambridge £? 

South worth George M. apothecary, 439 Main, h. 7Sydney q 

^ Spain William, shoe-maker, 557 Main, house 4 School O 

O Spanns Simon, grocer, house 6 Hamilton » 

r-H Sparhawk John B. merchant, house 46 Williams j^ 
+a Sparks Jared Mrs. house Quincy, near Kirkland 

^ Sparrow Benjamin F. (2 Pearl, B.), h. Columbia, c. Suffolk p 

Ph Sparrow Emeline Miss, house 32 Magazine P< 

Sparrow Herbert, clerk (B.), h. Columbia, corner Suffolk rf* 
pj Sparrow James H. carpenter and builder, Auburn ct. house 
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Sparrow Josiah, carpenter, house 15 Cottage g 

Sparrow Richard K. life insurance agent, h. 41 Cottage 



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Spaulding Geo. H. blacksmith, bds. 62 Broadway 

Spaulding Jacob C. moulder, Boston Rolling-mills, h. 615 

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Spear Everett A. stone-cutter, bds. 4 Pioneer place 
Spear Frank, pedler, house 488 Main 

Spear George G. jr. gate-keeper, Mt. Auburn, h. Mt. Auburn 
Spellman Malachi M. blacksmith, Cherry, c. School, house 

59 Cherry 
Spelman Israel M. (31 Kilby, B.), house 62 Sparks 
Spencer Albert A. clerk (B.), boards 82 Washington 
Spencer Charles, hack-driver, bds. 94 Auburn 
Spencer Charles H. clerk (B.), house 17 Market 
Spencer Charles H. clerk (B.), house 18 Clark 
Spencer Daniel, porter, house 92 Harvard 
Spencer Fannie, widow William, house 21 Brookline 
Spencer George, cabinet maker, house 182 Harvard 
Spencer George F. laborer, house rear 125 Spring 
Spencer Hosea, mason, house 82 Washington [h. do. 

Spillane John J. oyster and lager-beer saloon, 214 Cambridge, 
Splaine Cornelius, liquors, house 283 Cambridge 
Spooner Allen, tin-pedler, house 1 Leighton court 
Sprague Hattie L. Mrs. house 15 Sydney 
Sprague Rufus, type-finisher (B.), h. Dover, n. Somerville line 
Sprague Wm. F. salesman (B.), house 3 Garden 
Springsteen John, porter, bds. 13 Webster ave. 
Sproul Andrew, policeman, h. Harrison ct. cor. Wright 
Sproul Thomas, laborer, bds. Holly, corner Main 
Sproule Charles E. photographer (7 Tremont row, B.), h. 

58 Thorndike 
Sprowle Joseph, laborer, h. Windsor, near School 
Squire John P. (John P. Squire & Co.), provision dealer, 

Gore, near Sixth, house at Arlington 
SQUIRE JOHN P. & CO. (John P. Squire, Hiland Lock- 
wood and W. W. Kimball), provision dealers (23 and 
25 Faneuil Hall market, and 39 North Market, B.), 
pork house, Gore, near Sixth 
Stacey Geo. W. clerk, house 52 Winthrop 
Stackpole Joseph, stair-builder, house 96 Spring 
Stackpole Joseph jr. hatter, house 96 Spring 
Stacy Edward P. horsecar-driver, h. River, opp. Williams 
Stacy Geo. W. painter, 608 Main, house 19 Perry 
Stacy John, carpenter, house Norton, corner Wright 
Stacy John, piano-forte action maker, h. 37 Western ave. 
Stacy Melville, lawyer, Henderson's blk. North ave. and(27 
Court, B.), house Somerville 

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QQ Stafford James, shoe-maker, house 7 Reed g 

#2 Stafford John, baker, h. Cowperthwait, near River 

Stafford John A. gas-fitter, 644 Main, bds. Broadway House O 

© Stafford J. S. gas-fitter, 644 Main, house 41 Norfolk ** 

§ Stafford Louisa, widow Thomas, house 91 Allston ^ 

nj Stafford Norman M. marble cutter, h. Acorn, near Walnut' O 

Stanger Lewis Mrs. house 25 Sixth g 

G> Stanislaus Franklin, house Clay, near Spruce 0Q 

P« Stanley H. E. pedler, house 109 Otis .. 

B Stanton David J. foreman (15 Otis, B.), h. 73 Gore B 

•2 Stanton Sophronia, widow Newell, h. Winter, near Fifth p 

Staples Edwin B. (Custom House, B.), house 12 Howard tf^oa? 

g Staples James W. machinist, bds. 149 Main ^ 

© Staples Samuel (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), h. 5? Pleasant g ^ 

»2 Stapley Samuel, clerk (B.), house 12 Murdock 5 g 

| STARBUCK JAMES C. stove-dealer, 423 and 425 Main, ^ 

jq house 139 Washington ^m* 

O Stark Wm. F. book-keeper (B.), h. Suffolk, near Norfolk qq 3 

Starke Tobias, cabinet maker, house 212 Cambridge £ § 

M Start Wm. A. Rev. house 30 Coggswell avenue B ^ 

jq Stayner John D. printer, house 60 Pearl g q 

pq Stayner Wm. R. (Stayner and Hall), stoves &c. 637 Main, g £ 

Ph house 43 Pearl ^ g. 

rA Stayner & Hall (W. R. Stayner and Joseph Hall), stoves, £?g 

W furnaces &c. 637 Main g P 

M StClair John M. h. 8 Front % y 

£5 Stearnes Geo. O. locksmith, bds. 44 Seventh " © 

<| Stearns Alfred W. carpenter, h. 1 Symond's blk. DeWolf W^ 

P3 Stearns Amos F. house 43 Seventh [Seventh § ££ 

fe Stearns Amos O. locksmith (under City Hotel, B.), house 44 qE 

Stearns Charles, car-driver, boards 12 Dunster P CD 

to Stearns Chas. E. carriage painter, h. 37 Garden £*, 

g Stearns Chas. E. clerk (B.), bds. 43 Seventh 

O Stearns Chas. F. book-keeper, h. 74 Allston 

13 Stearns Francis F. carpenter, bds. Cottage Q 

"2 Stearns Geo. H. house 11 School court 5r 

o5 Stearns Horace B. pressman, Riverside Press, boards 19 • 

" School court [20 Eliot ^ 

2* Stearns James, livery stable, Brattle, near Harvard sq. house .^ 

•^ Stearns Joshua B. house 103 Allston q 

*5 Stearns Joshua B. jr. upholsterer (B.), bds. Allston, near Pear f> 

fe Stearns Marshall N. mason, house 149 Main £j 

•g Stearns Oliver, Parkman Professor of Theology, H. U. house £2| 

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j[J Stearns Thomas, house 19 School court M 

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Stearns Wm. G. house Lowell, near Mt. Auburn 
Stechell Joseph, pattern maker, house 36 Windsor 
Stedman Martha R. wid. Samuel, house 10 South 
Stedman Samuel E. piano -keys, 125 Harvard 
Stedman Vernal R. (Stedman & Kelley), piano-forte action 

manuf. Osborn's mills, State, house 218 Harvard 
Stedman & Kelley (Vernal R. Stedman and A. P. Kelley), 

piano-forte manufs. Osborn's mills, State 
Steel James baker, house 137 Main 
Steele Benj. H. builder, house 8 Arlington- 
Steele Eugene J. cutter (B.), h. 63 Pearl [Austin 
Steele Jacob T. hats, caps etc. (83 Franklin, B.), house 104 
Steele Lucy A. Mrs. dress-maker, boards 93 Elm 
Steele Michael M. house 68 Dana 

Steenberg John P. cabinet maker, h. Hampshire, cor. Clark 
Steenberg J. P. Mrs. variety store, 345 Main, house Hamp- 
shire, cor. Clark 
Steenstra P. professor of Hebrew and Greek, Episcopal 
seminary, house Hilliard, near Brattle [Treraon t 

Steer John, hair-dresser and wig-maker, 573 Main, house 43 
Steinman Casper, carver, bds. 504 Cambridge 
Steinmann J. Henry, musician, h. 27 Cherry 
Stembler Abraham, pedler, house 6 Vine 
Stemler Daniel, cabinet maker, house 1 Water 
Stengel Michael, glass-worker, house 28 Fourth 
Stern August H. carver (B.), house 70 Harvard 
Stern Philip, life ins. agent, house 29 Winter 
Stetson Calvin M. clerk, house 73 Pleasant 
Stetson Chas H. machinist, house 14 Webster place 
Stetson Charles M. butcher, house 189 Norfolk 
Stetson Charles P. carpenter, boards 174 Harvard 
Stetson Chas. W. harness maker (B.), h. 174 Harvard 
Stetson George H. painter, bds. 73 Pleasant 
Stetson George W. carpenter, bds. 4 Walnut [Broadway 
Stetson Jos. B. harness maker (26 Sudbury, B.), house 347 
Stevens Abel, bds. 19 Buckingham [st. ct. 

Stevens Abel jr. carpenter, Mt. Auburn, cor. Bath, h. 6 Ash 
Stevens Abraham W. clergyman, house 34 Hancock 
Stevens Albert, carpenter, house 19 Buckingham 
Stevens Atherton H. house Water [house 45 Otis 

Stevens Atherton H. jr. Lechmere Bank building, Cambridge, 
Stevens Charles A. painter, boards 11 Cottage 
Stevens Charles B. register of deeds, h. 109 Thorndike 
Stevens Charles E. apothecary, 153 Bridge, bds. 155 Bridge 
Stevens Charles E. cabinet maker, bds. 11 Myrtle pi. 
Stevens Chas. S. bds. 721 Cambridge 

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"£ Stevens Cyrus S. (Stevens & Brandt), painter, h. 13 Cottage ^ 

O Stevens Edmund H. physician, North ave. cor. Beech, h. o 

" Elm, opp. Allen Pj, 

© Stevens Edward C. carpets (N. E. Carpet Co. B.), house 276 g* 
§ Stevens Edward G. painter, h. 391 Cambridge [Broadway 

g*] Stevens Elias H. glass-presser, h. rear 103 Spring Q 

Stevens Ella D. Miss, music teacher, house 13 Cottage O 

© Stevens Ezra H. letter carrier, h. Worcester, cor. Norfolk £* 

p< Stevens Francis E. paper carrier, h. 146 Spring p' 

3 Stevens Frank P. conductor, U. R. R. bds. 146 Thorndike crq 

P Stevens Frank R. salesman, 464 Harvard, bds. Mrs Stevens', ^ 

School court 2 

w Stevens Frederick T. secretary, Union Railway Co.'s office <§ 

O Harvard sq. house Holyoke place g* 

*§ Stevens George, organ manufacturer, Fifth, cor. Otis, house fci 
9 Thorndike, near Third 

J-j Stevens George F. organ maker, Fifth, cor. Otis, boards Q 

O George Stevens', Thorndike W ft 

„ Stevens George L. wood-carver, boards 74 Spring [well § O 

M Stevens George t M. machinist (90 Sudbury, B.), h. 2 Rock- g"«d 

£^ Stevens George P. grocer, Spring, cor. Fourth, h. 24 Sixth p Q 

Stevens George W. locksmith (55 Merrimack, B.), house 146 * " 

Thorndike [Thorndike ^ 

m Stevens Henry A. clerk, registry of deeds, boards 109 • 

Stevens J. E. barrel shipper (B.), house 7 Worcester Q 

M Stevens John H. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), plumber, 627 Main, t> 

}3 house 33 Western ave. etf 

<1 Ssevens Joseph, painter and glazier, house 220 Harvard g 

W Stevens Joseph H. painter, house 73 Pleasant g 
" Stevens J. S. billiard table maker, h. Moore, near Broadway 

Stevens Mary A. Mrs. house rear 6 Prince [bridge " 

g Stevens Mary E. Miss (Pemberton sq. B.), bds. 721 Cam- Q 

§ Stevens Moses, boarding-house, School ct. O 
O Stevens Normandus S. glass-maker, bds. rear 103 Spring 

«| Stevens N. Warren, shipping-clerk, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house fe 

rf rear 103 Spring p 

^ Stevens Oliver A. glass-cutter, h. 101 Spring p 

Stevens Samuel, cabinet maker, h. 11 Myrtle place P - 

£P Stevens Thomas J. saloon (B.), house 20 Elm [umbia ^ 

•^ Stevens Thomas O. organ maker (B.), h. Market, cor. Col- „ 

+3 Stevens William, boarding and livery stable, also organ g 

I*i builder (Grove, cor. Cambridge, B.), house 155 Bridge g 

+a Stevens Wm. A. paper hanger, house 4 Windsor g 

§ Stevens John H. & Co. (John H. Stevens and Charles B. q 

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Stevenson David, plasterer, h. Spring, near Sixth 
Stevenson Joseph, laborer, h. 12 East Perry 
Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, house Spring, near Sixth 
Steward Ira, machinist. Riverside Press, house 99 River 
Stewart Daniel, carpenter, house 65 Vine 
Stewart Alonzo, watchman (B.), house 141 Otis 
Stewart Amherst, marketman (Faneuil Hall, B.), h. 159 

Thorndike 
Stewart Betsey, widow Erie W. house Pine, cor. Harvard 
Stewart Elizabeth, widow Edward, house 780 Main 
Stewart Ellen C. widow Andrew, house 15 Willard 
Stewart Frank, machinist, bds. 389 Main [Hilliard 

STEWART HENRY L. painter, 14 Brighton, house 19 
Stewart James, plumber, house 24 Brookline 
Stewart Mary F. Miss, teacher, bds. Pine, cor. Harvard 
Stewart Orlando, grocer, Cambridge, cor. Fourth, house Sixth 

near Thorndike 
Stewart Richard, house 32 Rice 
Stewart Robert, butcher, house 12 Forest 
Stewart Sarah E. teacher, boards Pine, cor. Harvard 
Stewart Thomas, carpenter, house rear 130 Spring 
Stewart Wm. carpenter, bds. 65 Vine 
Stewart Wm. A. cabinet maker, bds. Eastern's, Rice 
Stewart Wm. J. boards 15 Willard 
Stewart Wm. J. butcher, house 53 Spruce 
Stickel Jacob F. boot-maker, house 438 Cambridge 
Stickney Charles O. clerk, boards 21 Cottage 
Stickney Francis H. carpenter, house 136 Otis 
Stickney Horace A. painter, house 138 Hampshire 
Stickney Nathaniel N. lumber dealer (Watertown), house 43 

Mt. Auburn 
Stickney R. L. Mrs. house 138 Hampshire 
Stickney Rodolph, lather, bds. 9 Sixth 
Stickney Warren, h. 22 Park 

Stiles Charles H. concrete pavement, h. 9 Remington [ton 
Stiles John C. superintendent, Union Railway, h. 9 Reming- 
Stiles Lucius, wholesale clothing dealer (12 Otis,B.),h. 15 Lee 
Stiles Samuel, carpenter, house 6 Dover 
Stiles Stephen, carpenter, h. North ave. cor. Dover 
Stillman David, tinman, bds. 110 Pleasant 
Stimpson Herbert H. house Linnaean, near North avenue 
Stimpson J. Frank, pump and block-maker (139 Fulton, B.), 
Stimpson John, house 7 Oak [house 7 Oak 

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g Stimpson Fordyce M. house 18 Mellen M 

PQ Stingel Louis, turner, house 161 Broadway O 

Stingel Philip, porter, house 62 Brimmer block, Harvard *"* 

© Stinson Charles, grease-collector, house 6 Porter 1^ 

§ Stinson Daniel, laborer, h. Clark, cor. Harvard 2 

K\ Stinson James, gardener, house Beaver, near Flagg p 

Stinson James, lather, house Columbia, near Hampshire TO 

,2 Stinson James T. book-binder, house 8 Porter 4 g 

g« Stinson John, agent, house 896 Main §* 

9 Stinson John, grocer, h. 8 Porter P^ 

|2J Stinson Mary, widow John, h. Columbia, near Hampshire & 

Stinson Wm. J. core-maker, boards 48 Clark <j 

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•S Stockbridge R. O. carpenter, h. 12 Douglass g» 

§ Stocker Alfred A. physician, house 862 MainJ Sg' 

,d Stocker Alfred H. clerk (B.), h. 862 Main P 

& Stockford William, clothing-cutter, house 47 Spruce §!§ 

iT Stockman Thomas H. furniture finisher, h. 133 Spring ^H 

q Stockwell Edward, teamster (B.), house 131 Lincoln £ ^ 

[x| Stodder David G. carpenter, house 138 Brookline R £ 

p4 Stokes John, stone-cutter, bds. Glennon's g % 

• Stone Anson J. treasurer (Mercantile Savings Bank, 48 Sum- <D g 

" mer, B.), house 34 North avenue P 

y Stone Charles, clerk (B.), house 452 Main JJs 

jZ Stone Charles S. clerk (B.), house Phillips place JJ © 

<j Stone Daniel, bds. Oxford, cor. Sacramento © *d 

Pn Stone Daniel G. box-maker, house 11 Windsor ^ % 

^ Stone Edward, driver, h. 30 Jay fcC g* 
Stone Frances E. widow Richard T. H. house 41 Windsor g § 

w Stone Geo. G. bar-tender (B.), h. 126 Harvard g" g 

§ Stone Geo. W. piano-keys, house 107 Hampshire p *? 

O Stone James F. house 37 River * 

Stone John, stereotyper, house Willow, near Magazine S 



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g Stone John S., D. D. professor Episcopal Theological school, 

o3 Brattle, cor. Irving place, house 2 Phillips place 

" Stone Leonard, assistant clerk (State National Bank, B.), 

bfl bds. 96 Auburn 

,Q Stone L. L. salesman (100 Summer, B.), h. 3 Garden 

S Stone Lloyd G. clerk (B.), bds. 68 School 

ji] Stone Mary W. Miss, h. Cambridge, opp. Hovey's nursery m 

^ Stone Richard jr. counsellor (7 Court sq. B.), bds. 20 § 

g Berkeley [rooms Dr. Hildreth's, Brattle square, JxJ 

«m STONE WM. A. apothecary, 4 Brewer's block, Brattle sq. W. 

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Storer Wra. policeman, h. 17 Baldwin \> 

Storer Wm. h. 17 Baldwin 2j O 

Storer Wm. B. (47 India whf. B.), h. Garden, cor. Shepard 2 gj 
Stork C. currier, bds Dublin O 

Story Chas. W. letter carrier, bds. 119 Mt. Auburn H ^ 

Story Francis W. book-keeper, University Press, house 119 ^ jv, 
Mt. Auburn [Windsor F 1 ^ 

Story Wm. A. hair-dresser, 148 Harvfxrd, h. Broadway, n. H S 
Stout Nicholas, laborer, house Fifth, near Charles p H 

Stover Theophilus, bds. Sawyer's, 65 Austin ux 

Stowe Geo. W. clerk, bds. Inman, opp. Austin 
Stowe Samuel R. clerk, bds. Hotel Flandesr 
Strang Albert, cabinet maker, h. 138 Hampshire 
Strath John, teamster, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Stratton Charles, boots and shoes (85 Leverett, B.), house 

28 Dunster 
Stratton Charles M. StratWs blk. h. 1 65 Cambridge 
Stratton Chas. T. clerk (B.), h. 19 Winthrop 
Stratton Henry, trav. agt. h. rear Norfolk, near Broadway 
Stratton Ira, house 47 Austin 
Straub Charles, cabinet maker, h. 77 Hastings 
Straub Joseph, baker, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Strawn D.G. h. Forest, c. Oxford 
Streeter Alexander clerk, (B.), h. 195 Hampshire 
Stuart Frederick T. steel-engraver (B), house 22 Hancock j> 
Stubbs Joseph A. fish-dealer (133 Commercial, B.), house gi 

29 Sydney 
go Studley Amasa, organ builder, house 174 Cambridge 
§ Studley Joseph (Studley & Buswell), apothecary, 156 Cam- 
jgjj bridge, house 53 Austin 

m Studley & Buswell (Joseph Studley and Brigham Buswell), 
Sj apothecaries, 156 Cambridge 

h3 Stumbles James, cabinet maker, h. 142 Spring 

'3 Sturks William P. carpenter, house rear 48 Pine 

•9 Sturtevant Alvin C. agent, house 50 Columbia 

9 Sturtevant Alvin C. jr. clerk (B.), h. 50 Columbia 

q Sturtevant W. II. carpenter, house Waverley, cor. Walnut 

^ Sudby Thomas, cooper, house Norfolk, n. Cambridge 

+* Sudgen Alfred, printer, bds. 33 Bow 

O Sughrue James, mason, h. 380 Cambridge 

£5 Suhr Johannes, blacksmith, bds. 15 Main 

n Sulk Adolph, cutter, h. 2 Jennings court 

52 Sulky Henry, cooper, bds. 390 Main 

S Sullivan Addie Miss, dressmaker, h. West, n. Inman 

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Sullivan Catharine, wid. washing and scrubbing, h. rear : - 

Bridge, n. Mansion House 

Sullivan Catharine, widow of Daniel, h. 58 Hastings O 
Sullivan Charles, h. Foster, n. Sparks 

Sullivan Charles H. printer (B.), h. West, near Lee M 

Sullivan Cornelius, h. 186 Bridge § 

Sullivan Cornelius, gardener, h. Oxford, cor. Sacramento 

Sullivan Cornelius, tailor, h. 36 Reed w 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h. Lambert, n. Cambridge g 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h. 6 North O 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h. 18 North P. 

Sullivan Cornelius C. carpenter, h. 194 Bridge ^ w 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h. Brighton, n. Winthrop ^ ^j 

Sullivan Daniel, stone-cutter, h. Third, n. Charles Jg* 

Sullivan Daniel, painter, h. Short, n. Bridge ^P 

Sullivan Daniel, cabinetmaker, bds. Mansion House, Gore ^ 
Sullivan Daniel, groceries and provisions, Franklin, c. Bay, 



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Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h. Hackett's yard, Franklin 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h. r. 25 Fourth E P5 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h. Bridge, n. the water g q 

Sullivan Daniel, shoe-maker, h. 9 Fourth t-t £ 

Sullivan Daniel J. carriage painter, bds. 7 Reed grjS> 

Sullivan Dennis, laborer, h. Webster ave. n. Somerville line & 2 

Sullivan Dennis, laborer, h. rear 44 Washington <D P 

Sullivan Edward, laborer, house Winthrop, near Dunster S>0 

Sullivan Edward F. brass-finisher, bds. 92 Otis 7© 

Sullivan Eugene, cabinet maker, h. 145 Bridge pPp 

Sullivan Eugene, teamster, h. 93 Third - co £- 

Sullivan Florence, cooper, h. 325 Cambridge O g 

Sullivan Florence, laborer, h. 5 Rice place P © 

Sullivan Florence, brass- finisher, h. Green, near Bay £+. 
Sullivan Garret, glass-maker, h. 92 Otis 
Sullivan Geo. harness maker, bds. 56 Mt. Vernon 

Sullivan Ignatius Mrs. widow, h. 17 Hancock O 

Sullivan Isabella Mrs. h. 17 Irving pi. W 
Sullivan James, baker, 59 Pearl, h. do. 
S llivan James, brass-finisher, h. 15 School 
S llivan James, glass-worker, h. Winter, n. Third 
S llivan James O. baker, h. 59 Pearl 

S u llivan J. C. junk-dealer, h. 431 Cambridge h£ 

S ullivan Jeffrey, switcher, h. 137 Dublin ►# 

Sullivan Jeremiah, blacksmith, bds. 9 Foster £J 

Sullivan Jeremiah, h. Short, n. Bridge M 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h. Webster ave. near Cambridge SO 

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Sullivan Jeremiah, glass-worker, h. 7 Fourth 

Sullivan Jeremiah, butcher, h. 73 Spruce 

Sullivan Jeremiah H. law-student, Harvard College, bds. 183 

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Sullivan Jeremiah J. printer (B), h. 110 Hampshire 
Sullivan John, gardener, h. 166 Franklin 
Sullivan John, laborer, h. r. 114 Broadway 
Sullivan John, painter, h. Short, n. Bridge 
Sullivan John, laborer, h. Third, n. Charles 
Sullivan John, seaman, h. 22 Crane 
Sullivan John, laborer, h. 64 Brimmer block, Harvard 
Sullivan John, currier, house Clifton 
Sullivan John, works N. E. Glass Co.'s, h. 36 Winter 
Sullivan Johanna, wid. of John, h. West, cor. Reed's alley 
Sullivan John, laborer, h. rear Short, near Lowell R. R. 
Sullivan John, shoe-maker, h. 23 Vine 
Sullivan John A. printer, h. Green, near Putnam 
Sullivan John D. laborer, h. rear Gore, n. Third 
Sullivan John H. book-keeper, house 15 Worcester 
Sullivan John O. laborer, h. Lambert, n. Gore 
Sullivan Margaret, widow, h. 188 Bridge 
Sullivan Margaret Mrs. widow John H. h. 17 Hastings 
Sullivan Mary, widow Jeffrey, h. 137 Dublin 
Sullivan Mary, h. South, n. Dunster 
Sullivan Mary Mrs. h. Appian way, near Brattle 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, h. 9 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Michael, gardener, h. Charles River, cor. Mill 
Sullivan Michael, laborer (Charlestown Navy Yard), h. 72 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin [Gore 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, h. 31 Charles River 
Sullivan M. James, painter, 658 Main 



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Sullivan Patrick, blacksmith, 61 Hampshire 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, bds. 46 Foster 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h. 21 Cowperthwait 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h. Sparks, cor. Mt. Auburn 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h. Flagg, n. Banks 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h. 58 North 
Sullivan Patrick, hostler, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks 
Sullivan Patrick, currier, h. Reed, n. Spruce 
Sullivan Patrick J. oil-finisher, h. 1 School 
Sullivan Patrick T. painter, h. Sparks, n. Foster 
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O Sullivan Richard, laborer, h. 11 Water §* 

ffl Sullivan Roger, laborer, h. r. 44 Washington jjf 

•» Sullivan Stephen, carpenter, bds. North ave. cor. Beech 

o Sullivan Stephen, mason, h. 3 Appian Way [Cambridge Q 

JS Sullivan Stephen A. blacksmith, bds. Mrs. Smith's, North JJ 

Ph Sullivan T. D. stereotype finisher, h. 48 Holyoke 

© Sullivan Thos. laborer, h. 126 Brookline 

*p, Sullivan Thos. stone-cutter, Dublin, n. Spruce 

£j Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h. Warren, c. Jefferson P^ 

© Sullivan Timothy, gardener, bds. 3 Oak 

E"* Sullivan Timothy, hostler, h. Antrim, n. Broadway g* 

w SULLFVAN TIMOTHY, express and saloon, 127 Bridge' £* 

§ h.l27i Bridge £ 

*Q Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h. r. 4 North 

9 Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h. River, n. Fremont q 

2 Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h. Jackson ^ 

O Sullivan Timothy F. jig-sawyer, bds. 183 Bridge WO 

Sullivan Timothy J. cabinet-maker, bds. 2 Brooks g # 

^J Sullivan Timothy J. painter, h. Valentine, n. Brookline s+Q 

O Sullivan Wm. carpenter, bds. 203 Hampshire p ™ 

W Sullivan Wm. cabinet maker, h. 58 North [79 River * gj 

" Sullivan Wm. J. A. foreman, composing-room, Riverside, h. • 

Sulliway Alex, laborer, h. Montgomery, n. Harvey q 

Summerman Henry, printer, h. Putnam, cor. Wash. ct. \> 

y Summers James Mrs. h. 4 Hastings {# 

}^ Sumner A. currier, bds. Leuchte's, North ave. ^ 

<<\ Sumner Bradford Mrs. h. 14 Sumner . H 

Ph Sumner Juliette F. Mies, school-teacher, bds. 5 Webster pi. ' 

ft Sutherland David A. clerk, bds. 22 Brookline ?P 

Sutherland James C. harness maker, h. 22 Brookline Q 

g Sutton Geo. J. printer (B.), h. 17 Short O 

9 Swaim A. D. wid. Samuel B. h. 16 Hancock *• 



^ Swaim Joseph S. student, bds. 16 Hancock j£ 

jj Swaim Roger "W. student, bds. 16 Hancock 

d Swain A. Otis, Dover Stamping Co.'s, bds. Mrs. Charlotte A. m 

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g> Swain J. C. watchman, glasshouse, bds. Heath's, Orchard 5r 

♦S Swain Samuel H. melodeon maker (233 Cambridge, B.), h. w 

;g 46 Western ave. £ 

p4 Swan Abigail Mrs. h. 19 Everett . B 

^ Swan Isaac F. carpenter, h. 40 Broadway [B.), h. 64 Dana [3 

g Swan Walter S. commission merchant (1 Central wharf, P 

*h Swanburg Chas. carpenter, bds. 94 Auburn [Prospect 

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Swasey Edward R. leather merchant (25 High, B.), h. 95 

Swasey Frank B. clerk (B.), bds. 95 Prospect 

Swasey Geo. B. clerk (B.), bds. 95 Prospect 

Sweeney B. carriage painter, bds. 67 Spruce 

Sweeney Chas. H. printer, h. 45 Clark 

Sweeney Cornelius (C. & J. H. Sweeney), carpenter, Gore, 
between Third and Fourth, h. Sixth, n. Vine 

Sweeney Daniel Mrs. h. North, n. Short 

Sweeney Daniel, tailor, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 

Sweeney Hugh, tailor, h. 22 Reed 

Sweeney John, laborer, h. r. 194 Bridge [Winter 

Sweeney John H. (C. & J. H. Sweeney), carpenter, h. 64 

Sweeney Patrick, teamster, h. 191 Dublin 

Sweeney Richard, carpenter, h. r. 55 Amory 

Sweeney Wm. laborer, h. 18 Antrim 

Sweeney C. & J. H. (Cornelius Sweeney ai d John H. Swee- 
ney), carpenters, Gore, between Third and Fourth 

Sweeny Bridget, wid. Daniel, h. 1 19 Third 

Sweeny Chas. F. (C. F. & R. C. Sweeny), steam, gas and 
water piping, 27 North Fifth, h. Murdock,n. Hampshire 

Sweeny Daniel, glass-cutter, h. 119 Third 

Sweeny Robert C. (C. F. & R. C. Sweeny), steam, gas 
and water piping, 27 North Fifth [North Fifth 

Sweeny C. F. & R. C. steam, gas and water piping, 27 

Sweetser Atkins, teamster, h. 5 Leighton ct. 

Sweetser Chas. W. cabinet maker, bds. 5 Leighton ct. 

Sweetser Elizabeth, widow of John, bds. 67 Prospect 

Sweetser Henry P. salesman (B.), h. Elm, n. Russell, Som- 
erville line' 

Sweetser Henry W. jig-sawyer, bds. 5 Leighton ct. 

Sweetser H. F. W. Miss, teacher, h. 6 Mason 

Sweetser S. A. Miss, teacher, h. 6 Mason [Putnam 

Swett Chas. F. carpenter, h. Hewes* blk. Western ave. near 

Swett James B. book-keeper, h. 114 Thorndike 

Swett Lewis C. (L. C. Swett & Co.), furniture, 600 Main, 
h. 117 Magazine [Tremont 

Swett Nathaniel, brick manuf. office (22 State, B.), h. 17 

Swett Stephen, carpenter, h. 23 Short 

Swett Wm. S. upholsterer, 600 Main, h. 115 Magazine 

Sweet L. C. & Co. (L. C. Swett and D. W. Parker), up- 
holsterers and furniture dealers, 600 Main 

Swift John, teamster, h. 5 Harvard 

Swift Peter, junk-dealer, h. 5 Harvard 

Switzer Simon, currier, bds. North ave. n. Arlington 

Sylvester Eliza B. wid. of James, h. Cambridge, n. Quincy 

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O Symond Samuel, bds. 10 Union _ ° 

M Symonds Elvira, wid. h. 7 Worcester [burn 

^ Symonds Harry, car-conductor, h. Charles River, n. Mt. Au- of 

§ Symonds John O. porter (B.), h. Oak, n. Cambridge 

£ Symonds T. F. liquors, 339 Cambridge, h. (31 Gouch, B.) Q 

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g TALBOT J. H., M. D., Henderson's blk. North ave. house w 

o Talbot John, glass-maker, h. Winter, n. Fifth §. 

EH Tallman Steven B. mason, bds. 91 Norfolk [Wendell m 

Tamplin James B. real-estate dealer (25 Kilby, B.), h. 25 © 



£j Tandy Eleazer, milkman, bds. 12 Williams p 

,D Tandy James, h. 12 Williams J3 



3 Tapley Chas. W. clerk (B.), h. Amory, n. Broadway 

J* Tapley Henry M. book-keeper (B.), h. Amory, n. Broadway O 

g Tarbell Adeline E. wid. Geo. F. h. 77 Auburn W 

Tarbell Martha, wid. Sampson, h. 64 Franklin 2 

M Tarbell Wm. A. clerk (B.), h. 14 Warland g 

O Tarbell Wm. G. cabinet maker, h. 39 Magazine to ^j 

W Tarbot Richard, driver, h. 107 Green xn ^ 

" Tarbox John, watchman, h. r. 102 Spring O ^ 

M Tarbox Joseph K. h. 69 Windsor P " 

Tarr Jacob, h. 83 Clark g 

Tarr J. B. car-conductor, bds. Willis', Elm, cor. Russell m 

Tates Clias. W. glass-maker, h. Third, n. Cambridge « 

Tattan Alexander, tinsmith, h. 25 North y 

Taylor A. C. carpenter, r. 579 Main, h. r. 150 Prospect GO 

*** Taylor Addison H. carpenter, h. 66 Putnam gj 
• Taylor Albert, clerk, bds. Coggswell ave. 

§ Taylor Catherine W. widow, h. 9 Howard g 

g Taylor Dennis, laborer, h. 70 Harvard • 

r2 Taylor Emma M. teacher, bds. Dow's, North ave. ^ 

+a Taylor Geo. Mendall, music teacher, h. 46 Winthrop CO 

S Tavlor Ira, constable and real-estate agent, bds. 52 Essex £ 

Ph Taylor John, machinist, h. 73 Third ^ 

_ Taylor John B. physician, h. Third, cor. Otis ^ 

^ Taylor John P. jr. meat and provisions (32 Faneuil sq. B.), en 

£ . house 46 Spruce CQ 

•1h Taylor John R. book-keeper, h. Fifth, n. Otis 5 

fr Taylor John R. Mrs. school-teacher, h. Fifth, n. Otis g 

*g Taylor Joseph W. clerk, Fresh Pond Hotel P 

,© Taylor Lewis S. clerk (B.), h. 86 Windsor ►* 

U Taylor Louis P. baker, h. 42 Fifth OT 

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Taylor Merrill, h. 47 Fifth 

Taylor Oliver, h. 27 Coggswell ave. [Second 

Taylor Samuel A. postage-stamp dealer, h. Cambridge, n. 
Taylor Selim E. machinist, h East, n. Bridge [Columbia 
TAYLOR SIMEON, stoves, tinware* etc. 525 Main, h. 5 
Taylor Stephen A. clerk, North ave. cor. Spruce, h. do. 
Taylor Theodore N. agent, New York & China Tea Co.'s,37 

and 39 Cedar, bds. Hotel Flanders 
Taylor Thomas, in appraiser's office (B.), h. 50 Washington 
Taylor Win. A. painter, 625 Main, house 68 Pleasant 
Taylor Wm. C. marble (103 Haverhill, B.),bds. Washington 

avenue, corner Arlington 
Taylor Wm. J. paper hanger, 608 Main, h. 110 Magazine 
Tayne Dennis, laborer, house 54 North 
Tayne John, laborer, house 32 North 
Tayne Timothy Mrs. widow, house 32 North 
Tayne Wm. boards 32 North 
Teaffe John J. house Beaver, corner Flagg 
Teague Freeman B. cabinet maker, house 60 Charles 
Teague George F. conductor, house 23 Mills 
Teague Geo. M. fish-dealer, 28 Haymarket sq. h. 100 Green 
Teamoh Charles M. tender, house 50 Hastings 
Teel Albert S. carpenter, h. rear North ave. near Tannery 
Teele Frank H. (2 Com. nerce, B.), house 72 Washington 
Teele Samuel P. (Teele, Howe & Co.), bacon curer, Main, 

opp. Windsor, house 88 Washington 
Teele, Howe & Co. (Samuel P. Teele, David Howe and Geo. 

Putney), bacon curers, Main, opp. Windsor 
Temple John F. boards 129 Thorndike 
Temple John M. clerk, house 129 Thorndike 
Temple William, carpenter, bds Norfolk, near Cambridge 
Templeton James M. (Faneuil Hall market, B.), h. 29 Front 
Tendler Maria Mrs. house 229 Harvard 
Tennant William, laborer, house 7 Crane [yoke 

Tennent Thomas, boot-maker, 7 Harvard row, bds. 26 Hoi- 
Terry Matthew, laborer, house 116 Union 
Thatcher Cyrus, book-keeper (B.), house 110 Prospect 
Thacker Amelia D. Miss, seamstress, h. 131 Pleasant 
Thain John, hemp-dresser, house 115 Elm 
Thaxter Fannie P. widow Warren, h. 542 Main 
Thayer Cephas P. pressman, house 12 Ash 
Thayer D. E. grocer (212 Cambridge, B.), h. 231 Broadway 
Thayer Farwell J. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter 

522 Main, house 2 Crane's block, DeWoIf 
Thayer Fisher, boarding-house, North ave. near the commo n 

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O Thayer Henry (Henry Thayer & Co.), chemicals, Broadway £? 

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§ Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter and g 9 

paper hanger, 658 and 660 Main, h. 14 Trowbridge *"* 

© Thayer John A. machinist, house 97 River ^ 

§ Thayer Joshua P. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer & Co.), painter, g 

gjj 658 and 660 Main, house 12 Trowbridge g 

- Thayer Walter C. apothecary, 88 Cambridge, rooms do. TO 

,2 Thayer Henry & Co. (Henry Thayer, and Francis D. Hardy g 

ft jr.), manufacturing pharmaceutists, Broadway, n.G.J.R.R. © 

9 THAYER J. H. & J. P. & CO. (James H. Thayer Joshua P 

tj P. Thayer and Farwell J. Thayer), house, sign and fan- ^ w 

cy painters, 522 Main CO ^ 

2 Thiery Charles L. watchcase maker (151 Washington, B.), p© 

^ house Sydney, corner Chestnut, Ward 4 P ^ 

d Thiery Charles W. watchcase maker, bds. Charles L. Thiery's, ~ 

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M Thomas Abraham J. mastic roofer, house 89 Brookline Q 

^ Thomas Archibald, harness maker, bds. 56 Mt. Vernon £ £ 

lT Thomas Charles G. attorney (20 Court, B.),h.l8 Appian Way g ** 

q Thomas David, carpenter, bds. Mann's, 12 Dunster g q 

pq Thomas Frank R. clerk (B.), house 8 Dover CD & 

P4 Thomas Fred. W. teamster, bds. 1 Bristol ^ 8- 

_4 Thomas James B. F. counsellor (46 Court, B.), boards S. J. CO 2 

**■ Thomas', North avenue, corner Wendell ^ " 

y Thomas John H. laborer, house 106 Harvard © O 

£$ Thomas John J. works A. M. Hewlett's, bds. Dunster, n. South J* © 

^J Thomas John N. teamster, house 1 Bristol u^ 

P4 Thomas Nathaniel, mason, bds. North avenue O JJ, 

1*4 Thomas Seth J. attorney (46 Court, B.), house North ave. S-g 

Thomas William, mason, house 28 Union 9 © 

. Thomas William A. 2d, machinist, h. 4 Leighton court " §. 

§ Thomas William D. blacksmith, Joseph R.Pettengill's, Brigh- ^ x * 

O ton, house at Brighton [35 Essex q 

S Thomas Zephaniah H. shoe-dealer (57 Hanover, B.), house JtJ 

S Thompson Albert, machinist, house 5 Holly O 

3 Thompson Alfred J. at paper collar factory, h. Wash, court 

pLj Thompson Charles, laborer, house 80 Harvard ^ 

Thompson David, house 31 Market 

rt Thompson David jr. travelling agt.(B.), bds. 31 Market O 

2 Thompson Edward H. jewelry (B.), h. 8 Columbia place gj 

."S Thompson Edward T. sexton, house 8 Columbia place S 

I** Thompson George, mason, boards 66 Norfolk S 

■g Thompson Jacob, saloon, Fifth, cor. Cambridge, h. do. gj 

/» Thompson James W. carpenter, house 54 Elm 

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Thompson John K. cabinet maker, h. 243 Broadway 
Thompson Joseph, marble worker, house 87 Pearl 
Thompson Margaret Mi's, house Charles, corner Fourth 
Thompson Mary A. widow David, h. 4 Austin place 
Thompson Talbot, mariner, house 42 Washington 
Thompson Wm. A. engineer, House of Correction, house 

144 Spring [Otis 

Thompson William V. conveyancer (119 Court, B.), bds. 140 
Thomson Laurel, bds. Wyeth, corner Concord ave. 
Thornberry Wilson, gardener, h. Franklin, near Bay 
Thorndike Edward, apothecary, house 15 Brookline 
Thornton Daniel, oil-finisher, house 26 Vine 
Thornton John, hostler, house rear 33 Hastings 
Thorogood Peter J. printer, h. 9 Charles River 
Thorogood Peter M. carpenter, house 20 River 
Thorp Ezra, laborer, house rear 19 Brewery 
Thrasher Lewis B. car-builder, house 45 Essex 
Thresher James M. dentist (132 Court, B.), h. 25 Austin 
Thresher Robert, printer, rooms 69J Mt. Auburn 
Thurston Charles, house 14 Worcester 
Thurston Charles F. (Thurston, Hall & Co. ), 31 and 33 Elm, 

house 29 Elm 
Thurston Charles S. organ maker, bds. 14 Worcester 
Thurston Daniel H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), cracker bakery, 

31 and 33 Elm, house 179 Harvard 
Thurston George A. carriage-smith, h. 22 Mt. Auburn 
Thurston James M. clerk, boards 12 Dunster 
Thurston John E. pedler, bds. Harvard, cor. Columbia 
Thurston Louisa M. Miss, reporter, bds. 4 Wright 
Thurston Lyman, house 34 Brighton 

Thurston Nathaniel L. clerk, bds. Thorndike, cor. Seventh 
Thurston Samuel R. teamster, house 11 Leighton 
THURSTON, HALL & CO. (Daniel H. Thurston, James 

H. Hall, Charles F. Thurston and James E. Hall), 

cracker bakery, 31 and 33 Elm 
Thwing Gardner H. house Franklin, near Pleasant 
Thwing James, wheelwright, 101 Green, h. 103 Green 
Tibbetts George F. baker, h. Charles River, cor. Dyke 
Tibbetts George H. restaurant (Haymarketsq. B.),h.28Erie 
Tibbetts Israel, truckman, h. Winter, near Fifth 
Tibbetts William S. brick-layer, house 51 Pearl 
Tierney Alexander, painter, house 22 Short 
Tierney Catharine, widow Patrick, h. 45 Franklin 
Tierney John, stone-cutter, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks 
Tierney Michael, laborer, h. 33 Sargent 

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g Tierell Horace, gardener, house 131 Pleasant gf 

pq Tierney Patrick T, printer, house 45 Franklin ^ 

„ Tiffiny Lyman, bds. E. C. Dyer's, Brattle, near Willard g 

g Tighe Dennis, blacksmith, house 19 Dublin 

^ Tighe John, grocer (31 and 33 Charles, B.), h. 2 Boardman £* 

^ Tilden Eustis, express-man, house 46 Holyoke § 

Tillson Apollus J. (90 Devonshire, B.), h. 26 Austin [pect P 

^ Tilton Benjamin, president, First National Bank, h. 30 Pros- ^ 

2* Tilton Benjamin R. lumber dealer (412 Albany, B.), house g 

§ Inman, near Harvard "[30 Prospect CD 

^ Tilton Henry N. lumber (412 Albany, B.), bds. B. Tilton's, ^ 

m Tilton J. T. (Faneuil Hall, B.), h. Centre, near Hancock W OT 

u Tilton Laura F. Miss, clerk, registry of deeds office (B.), bds p <1 

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g Timney Ann Mrs. widow John, house 52 Charles ^^ 

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Tingley John E. harness maker, bds. 45 Mt. Auburn £P 

*T Titus Charles H. house 132 Franklin § g 

Q Tobin James, blacksmith, house rear 112 Broadway 5 ^ 

pq Tobin Michael, grocer, second house in Willow pi. house do. 5 Q 

Ph Tobin Richard, laborer, house Third, near Charles ^ P 

Tobin Richard F. moulder, house 2 Harrison 02^ 

P4 Tobin William, engineer, h. Distillhouse pi. n. Cambridge fj§ 

j, Toby John, gardener, house 9 West CD B 

S Tobey Lucy W. Mrs. house 93 Elm *- u " 
5 Todd Albert M. clerk, boards 52 Prospect 
p» Todd Joseph, carriage painter, house at Woburn 

ft, Tole Michael, laborer, r. 61 Harvard w £* 

Toliver Thornton Mrs. h. 76 Harvard O g 

M . Tomkins Floyd W. student, h. 42 Holyoke ' P § 

p Thompson Kate, wid, James, h. East, n. R. R. 5- 
g Toner Charles, mason, house 50 Broadway [works 

^ Toner Vames, glass-maker, h. Bridge, nearly opp. Bay State ~ 

-g Toner John, soap-maker, house 110 Brookline 2 

§ Toohey Daniel, teamster, h. 24 Somerset jS 

P4 Toohey Martin, laborer, h. 53 Vine • 

^ Tooker George W. mechanic, h. 131 Brookline <j 

p Toole James, laborer, h. 77 Broadway 5* 

g Toomey Dennis, clerk, Third, cor. Gore h. 96 Gore Q 

Toomey John, laborer, h. 227 Franklin f> 

Toomy Mary, wid. house 34 Union £rj 

•g Toomey Thomas, teamster, h. 196 Norfolk ^ 

<© Topliff Calvin H. Rev. house 86 Franklin W 

^ Torrey Elizabeth Miss, h. 20 Oxford w 

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Torrey Henry W. McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern 

History, H. TT. house 20 Oxford 
Tony Chas H. book-keeper, h. 73 Third 
Torry Robert jr. Custom House officer (B.),h. 77 Mt. Auburn 
Torry Robert, prtinter, h. 10 Chestnut, Ward 1 
Torry William, printer, h. 7 Bow 
Tothill Wm. John, house 42 Pearl 

Touner Russell L. engineer, h. Western ave. cor. Putnam 
Tout Thomas B. fishing rod-manufacturer, 12 Appian Way 
Tower Charles B. teacher,120 Tremont(B.),h. 4 Buckingham 
Tower Elizabeth B. wid. David B. h. 4 Buckingham 
Tower George W, machinist, h. 147 Columbia 
Tower Levy, book-keeper (27 Elm, B.), h. 7 Elsworth ave. 
Tower Luther, piano key maker, h. Ill Windsor 
Tower Samuel G. pattern maker (B.), h. 24 Follen 
Tower Sylvester, piano-forte key-maker, h. Fayette 
Towers Thomas, cooper, h. 51 Gore 
Towle Charles, blacksmith, h. 234 Bridge 
Towle Ebenezer, book-binder, h. 113 Gault's blk. Pleasant 
Towle Ernest E. mason, h, 27 Pleasant [Kinnard 

Town George E. book-binder, (13 Washington, B.), house 13 
Town Nathan, teamster, h. 10 Leighton court 
Town Walter N. cabinet maker, h. Leighton ct. 
Towne Ann, wid. Jabez, h. 429 Main 

Towne Augustus, druggist (30 India, B.), h. 417 Broadway 
Towne Edward O. bds. J. Towne's, 66 Prospect 
Towne Ezra. bds. 64 Franklin 

Towne Frank, cutter in piggery, bds. Norfolk, n. Cambridge 
Towne George H. clerk, bds. 77 Auburn 
Towne Horatio, watch-maker (B.), h. 78 Prospect 
Town John, clerk, B.), house 66 Prospect 
Townes Edward, dry goods, h. Crane, n, DeWolf 
Townsend Elbridge G. carpenter, h. Daye court 
Townsend Joseph F. piano maker, h. Daye court 
Toye Dennis, blacksmith, house 19 Dublin 
Toye Martin, blacksmith, house 74 Spruce 
Tozier Oliver C. agent (40 Clinton, B.), h. Carver, opp. Wen- 
Tracy Bridgett, Mrs. h. 35 Vine [dell 
Tracy H. R. (4 Alden, B.), h. 16 Short 
Tracy James T. organ maker, bds. 22 Inman 
Tracy Martin, carpenter, Brighton, n. the bridge, h. 11 Wright 
Tracy Michael, laborer, h, 94 Fifth [doin 
Tracy Michael F. carpenter and builder,Norton, h. 21 Bow- 
Tracy Patrick, laborer, h. n. Cambridge 
Tracy William, teamster, house Murdock place 

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t& Train Edmund, flour and grain, Bridge, h. 99 Thorndike 2 

jg Train Edmund I. clerk, bds. 99 Thorndike £ 

" Trainer Catherine, widow, h. 38 Brighton of 

O Trainer John F. britannia, h. 163 Columbia " 

§ Trant James, laborer, h. 132 Sprnce [Mt. Auburn Q 

gj Trasher Robert, assistant engineer, University Press, h. 69J- S- 

Trask Charles A. salesman (B.), h. 10 Dover fcj 

© Trask Henry P. sadler, (195 Friend, B.), h. 46 Hamilton P 

P< Trayes Chas. printer (B.), bds. Mrs. Pitts', r. 13 Green °* 

9 Treadwell Daniel, prof. h. 29 Concord ave. g. 

g_, Treadwell James, printer (B.), h. 74 Windsor ,. 

Trefethen John Y. painter, h. 29 Svdney §? 

g Trefethern Thos. A. tinman, bds. 69 Walnut g" 

© Trevett Henry, piano maker (B.), h. 48 Fifth ft 

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Trilligan Newey T. blacksmith, h. Clay Q 

& Trow Chas. W. printer, bds. Bath, n. Mt. Auburn .. fc^ 

& Trow Edward shoe-maker, h. 25 Tremont g'O 

•» Trow Francis R. carpenter, h. Bath, n. Mt. Auburn g# 

M Trowbridge John, assistant professor of physics, H. U. bds. O j+j 

fjjjj J. H. Trowbridge's, 13 Sumner [ern ave. • 

p^ Trowbridge John S. hardware (6 F. H. sq. B.), h. 49 West- ^ 

Troy James, tailor, h. 2 Gilpin 

(sj Troy Paul, driver breadcart, 213 and 215 Cambridge, h. do. O 

Truesdell J. C. carpenter, bds. 12 Bow |> 

M Trull Geo. G., State Constable, h. Prince, n. Pleasant W 

2 Trumbull Geo. C. treasurer (North End Savings Bank, 80 § 

2 Union, B.), h. 14 Arlington gj 
P Trumbull John, clerk (B.), bds. 14 Arlington 

" Tucker Chas. B. brass-moulder, h. 25 Union 8P 

• Tucker Ebenezer, h. DeWolf ct. Q 

Tucker Ebenezer jr. carriage maker, h. Otis pi. © 

© Tucker Edward O. iron bedstead maker, h. Ericsson 

3 Tucker Edward P. (35 Franklin, B.), h. 281 Harvard {£ 
•g Tucker Henry C. teamster (B.), h. 7 Wheatland blk. Cam- 

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pLl Tucker James, laborer, h. 28 North P< 

^ Tucker John D. hostler, h. 56 Brighton ^ 

p Tucker Joseph, laborer, h. 35 Hastings w 

£ Tucker Wm. E. blacksmith, bds. E. Tucker's, DeWolf ct. *» 

S Tuckerman Catherine P. widow Samuel C. h. 421 Broadway 

*** Tufts Albert, upholsterer (Cornhfll, B.), bds. 149 Otis P 

■g Tufts Chas. shoe-maker, Church, rooms do. M 

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Tufts Ebenezer T. 2d, painter, bds. 149 Otis 
Tufts Francis H. painter, 149 Otis, b. do* 
Tufts Frank H. jr. painter, bds. 149 Otis 
Tufts Geo. h. Russell, n. Somerville line [Short 

Tufts Geo. M. hatter (145 and 147 Washington, B.), h. 12 
Tufts Hubbard B. painter, bds. 149 Otis 
Tufts Isaac, carriage maker, h. 39 River 
Tufts John A. expressman, h. 83 Thorndike 
Tufts John A. jr. upholsterer, bds. 393 Thorndike 
Tufts John R. cabinet maker, h. 103 Pleasant 
Tufts Joseph W. car-driver, h. Warren, n. Cambridge 
Tufts Samuel, h. 890 Main [10 Harvard row, h. 890 Main 
Tufts Samuel jr. (Tufts & Ruth), furniture and piano movers 
Tufts Sarah, wid. Ebenezer T. h. 136 Cambridge 
Tufts & Ruth (Samuel Tufts jr. and James W. Ruth), furni- 
ture and piano movers 10 Harvard row 
Tuite Peter, Mrs. h. Winter, n. Fifth 
Tumbalty Michael, laborer, h. Kinnard, n. Bay 
Tumbalty Peter, laborer, h. 98 Kinnard 
Tummoney Hugh, laborer, h. 104 Sparks 
Tupper J. C. carpenter, h. 232 Broadway 
Turecot Arne, blacksmith, h. 150 Spruce [Church 

Turk Frank, hair-dresser, 16 Harvard sq. bds. Joel S. Pike's, 
Turnbull Geo. carpenter (17 Blossom, B.), h. 15 Auburn ct. 
Turner Daniel, pressman, h. Cuddy's blk. 159 Columbia 
Turner Daniel G. church-furniture maker, h. 19 Green 
Turner E^win, salesman, W. S. Blanchard's,h. at Somerville 
Turner Eli2a, wid. h. Gore, n. Fifth 
Turner Geo. A. machinist (36 Chardon, B.), h. 1 State 
Turner Geo. R. millinery goods, 545 Main, h. 127 Franklin 
Turner Harriet Mrs. h. 112 Columbia [Norfolk 

Turner Henry H. organ tuner, 426 Main, bds. Austin, near 
Turner James, coal, wood, etc. Cambridge, n. Columbia, h. 

(Cambridge, B.) 
Turner James, editor (Boston Sun, B.), h. r. 140 Pleasant 
Turner Jeremiah C. printer, h. 1 1 Mt. Auburn 
Turner Joshua, machinist, h. 10 State 
Turner Mary Mrs. h. Charles, n. Court 
Turner Mary A. wid. Peter, h. 912 Main 
Turner Wm. J. (Wm. Bowers & Co.), provision dealer, 194 
Cambridge, h. 63 Sixth [Inman 

Tute Rensselaer, tea-dealer (4 Chatham row B.), h. 108 
Tuttle Albert H. instructor, H. U. h. 878 Main 
Tuttle Freeman, carpenter, bds. 25 Tuttle 

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"g Cambridge, h. Somerville, Winter Hill O 

O Tuttle Lvdia B. Mrs. h. 25 Tuttle £ 

W Tuttle Mary E. wid of Joseph P. S. h. 17 Walnut ct. ■ & 

•» Tweed Benj. F. superintendent of schools (Charlestown),bds 

o J. U. Hammond's, 332 Broadway Q 

,2 Twicross S. G. A. clerk, Geo. W. Gale's, bds. Sorrerville , O 

^ Twining Kinsley Rev. h.. 5 Main f? 

© Twist Wra. captain Police Station, No. 2, h. 38 Pearl g' 

■p^ Twist Wm. H. expressman, h. 7 Austin era 

Q Twohig Dennis, mason, h. r. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks • P. 

© Twohig John, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Sparks M 

E"* Twoney C. laborer, h. rear 114 Broadway g* 

M Tyler Asa, boots and shoes (20 Tremont, B.), h. 28 Sixth g* 

g Tyler Daniel G. (E. & F. King & Co.'s, B.), bds. Lorenzo p 
,Q Marrett's Highland ave. 

2 Tyler Henry M. (Perry & Tyler), grocer, 464 Harvard, bds. Q 

^ Perry's, Eliot, n. Spring fetf 

<j Tyler John M. coal (25 Doane, B.), h. 55 Otis O 

„ Tyler Mary Mrs. wid. David, h. Bridge, n. East W 

M Tynes Timothy, waiter, h. r. 165 Elm ' to£ 

O Tyng D. A. Mrs. h. 18 Bowdoin g H 

^ UHRIG JOSEPH, proprietor of Prospect House, 594, 596 § " 

£J and 598 Main, h. do. * Q 

Ulbrich Lawrence, cabinet maker, h. r. 12 Winter ■ £* 

g Ulmer Charles J. cooper, h. 168 Cambridge g 

2 Ulmer Geo. cooper, h. Sixth, n. Thorn dike g 

2 Ultsch John, soap-maker, h. 180 Broadway §2 

fjj Umbehend Jacob, machinist, h. 383 Main _ 

W Umbehend John Mrs. h. 383 Main [bridge ^ 

^ Umberhand Frederick, brush-maker, h. Lambert, cor. Cam- Q 

rt Umpage Harry, bronze, h. 26 Winter P 

§ Underwood Frederick H. milkman, h 34 Magazine 

rg Underwood Nathan, milkman, h. 34 Magazine <•$ 

■g Underwood Peter, groceries, North ave. cor. Dover, h. do. p 

§ Underwood Wm. H. pocket-book maker, 437 Main, h. r. 439 P 

Ph Main [offices Harvard sq. and (Bowdoin sq. Boston) 

kjj Union Railroad Co. stables.Cambrklge, n. Atwood's cor. and, <jjj 

p Union Railway Co., K. S. Chaffee, president, E. Howe w 

£ treasurer, Harvard >q. [Cambridge £ 

University Press, Welch, Bigelow & Co., Brattle sq. g 

Upham Thos. merchant (96 Washington, B.), h. Irving, n. g 



o Upham Wm. H. carpenter, bds. 5 Dickinson g 
«8 Upton Chas. Odell, clerk (B.), h. 3 Nichols pi. 

§3 Uro Victoire, laborer, h. 83 Spruce 52 

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VALENTINE CHARLES, clerk, bds. 146 Spring 
Valentine James A. sexton, h. 90 Harvard 
Valentine Jones, clerk, College whf. h. 30 Holyoke 
Valentine Win. R. jeweller, h. 90 Harvard 
Valley Peter, teamster, Geo. W. Gale's, h. E. Cambridge 
Vallely Peter B. laborer, h. 6 Vine 
Vandervoort John E. ornamenter, h. 75 Magazine 
Van de Sande Daniel F. G. homoeopathic physician, h. 
Smith's blk. North ave. opp. Sacramento [mouth 

Vandine Henry, nurseries, Windsor, cor. Plymouth, h. Ply- 
Van Dnzee Orville, iron-moulder, h. 3 Green 
Van Hise, laborer, 23 Hastings 
Van Putten John, cabinet maker, h. 7 Eighth 
Vanstry Augustus, cabinetmaker, h. 119 Spring 
Vanstry Ferdinand L. cabinet maker, h. 11 Winter 
Varney Estelle H. Miss, asst. teacher, Shephard grammar 

school, bds. at Watertown 
Vary Vivian, cook (B.), h. 19 Fifth 
Vaughan A. Abbot (42 India, B.), h. 21 Berkeley 
Vaughan Benj. commission merchant (42 India, B.), h. 20 

Concord ave. 
Vaughan Chas. h. Berkeley, n. Craigie 
Vaughan Chas. E. physician, h. 8 Garden 
Vaughan Francis W. bds. 21 Berkeley 
Vaugh Michael, laborer, h. Bolton, n. railroad 
Vaughan Wm. M. h. Craigie, cor. Concord ave. 
Vaughan Wm. W. law-student, h. Craigie, cor. Concord ave. 
Vaugn Geo. W. teamster, h. 34 Pearl 
Vaupel Louis, glass-engraver, h. 124 Thorndike 
Veit Albert, currier, bds. Hughes', North ave. 
Veit Geo. currier, bds. Hughes', North ave. 
Vellette Samuel, painter, h. East, n. Bridge 
Velio Joseph, driver, U. R. R. house North, cor. Beech 
Venables Geo. laborer, h. 187 Franklin 
Venner Henry, cabinet maker, h. Clark, n. School 
Venner John T. melodeon maker, h. 12 Union 
Venter Ernest C jeweller (B.), h. 3 Village 
Venter John E. furrier (27 Elm, B.), h. 55 Moore 
VERITY JOHN S. grocer, 430 Broadway and (Sargent 

& Verity), 171 Main, h. 9 Broadway 
Verkampen Arnold, copper-smith, h. 167 Spring 
Verrill Chas. E. furniture finisher, bds 8 Wheatland blk. 

Cambridge 
Verro John, laborer, h. Elm, n. Cambridge 
Vickers Geo. brass-finisher, h. 8 Winter 

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to Victor H. currier, h. North ave. 

j2 Vigneron Dominick, glass-cutter, bds. 48 Spring O 

Vigneron John, glass-cutter, h. 48 Spring [way ^ 

O Vilnier Ovid, at Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. r. 114 Broad- ^ 

§ Vinal Albert, real-estate agt. (Sears' building, B.), h. 325 g 

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Vinal Chas. A. clerk (B.), h. 325 Harvard W 

,5 Vincent Joseph, carriage-smith, house 61 Hampshire te{ 

P< Vining Caroline M. Mrs. h. 10 Dinsmore ct. © 

S Vinton Geo. h. 14 Worcester ^. 

g Vogl Adolph, clerk (B.), h. 81 Thorndike [land blk. * 

Voit Fanny Mrs. boarding-house, Cambridge, opp. Wheat- ^ 

2 Volk N. currier, bds. Hughes', North ave. [10 Webster ^ © 

® Vollintine Chas. H. agt. Preston & Merrill's extracts, bds. W h$ 

g Vollintine Sally, wid. Thos. h. 10 Webster g^ 

§ Vollintine Thos. clerk, bds. Webster, n. Magazine p^ p' 

»d Von Conlin G. E. at Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. Pleasant 

^ Von Conlin Matthew, at Boston Stamping Co.'s, bds. 8 All- <§! g 

^T Vose Rebecca R. wid. Thomas, h. 823 Main [ston pi. ^^ 

q Voy Wm. boiler maker, bds. 2 Harrison £ Q 

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Wade Asa, flour-inspector (16 Commerce, B.), h. 301 © B 

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y Wade Geo. F. clerk (B.), bds. Mrs. Benj. Rand's, Union sq. g b 

£3 Wade Henry F. book-keeper (B.), h. 6 Tremont g,g 

<^ Wade J. Augustine (Edwin Dresser & Co.), diary manuf. © go 

M h. 48 Erie «f*3. 

1*4 Wade RufusR. (Custom House, B.),h. Thorndike, n. Fourth fcjg 

Wait Emeline L. Mrs. seamstress, h. 17 Cherry O © 

Wait John B. grocer, 345 Cambridge, h. do. <n- £. 

pj Wait John L. machinist, h. 17 Cherry § * 

O Wait John L. machinist, h. 12 Harrison * q 
S Waite Reuben, carpenter, h. 7 Stinson's ct. [Ash H 
.2 Waitt Andrew S. superintendent, College buildings, h. 18 O 

g WAITT FREEMAN C. expressman, 195 Broadway, h. 
p3 35 Cottage ^ 

Waitt Geo. P. painter and grain er (B.), h. 30 Worcester 
'- Waitt Sarah B. Miss, school-teacher, bds. Mrs. Tuttle's, 25 P 
Tuttle [B.), h. Main, cor. Putnam S 

Wakefield Enoch H. real-estate broker (81 Washington, 8 
Walcott Henry P. physician, h. Waterhouse, n. North ave. j*j 

Wald John, grocer, 47 Sixth, h. in the rear [Holyoke 02 



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Waldron John D. receiver, Union Railroad Co.'s, h. 46 
Waldron J. Q. A. book-keeper (107 Commercial, B.), h. 2 

Austin 
Wales Helen A. dress-maker, 24 "Wendell 
Walker Alfred W. Mrs. boarding-house, 390 Main 
Walker Ann. E. wid. John S. h. 47 Magazine 
Walker Bryant, gardener, h. 54 Brattle [ave. cor. Kinnard 
Walker Chas. superintendent, Riverside Press, h. Western 



Walker Chas. E. clerk, bds. 23 Essex 



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Walker Chas. T. auctioneer (91 Federal, B.), h.* 293 Har 
Walker Cordelia F. Miss, teacher private school, h. 23 

Magazine 
Walker Cutler B. bread driver, h. 15 Harrison ave. 
Walker Frank, teamster, h. West, n. Inman 
Walker Henry, teamster, h. Cambridge, n. Seventh 
Walker Henry O. commission merchant (12 South Market, 

B.), bds. 31 Western ave. 
Walker James, h. 64 Sparks 
Walker John, book-binder, Clark, n. Washington 
Walker John E. printer, bds. 20 Jay 
Walker John H. fireman, h. School, cor. Cherry 
Walker John H. book-binder, bds. Clark, n. Washington 
Walker John J., U. S. N. h. Shepard, n. North ave. 
Walker John W. carpenter, h. 47 Magazine 
Walker Joseph, carpenter, h. Suffolk, n. Columbia 
Walker Joseph H. Mrs. wid. h. 16 Wendell 
Walker Mary, wid. of Robert, h. Viles' blk. 177 Main, L. P. 
Walker Richard, laborer, h. 257 Mt. Auburn [bridge 

WALKER SAMUEL, tailor, 49 Cambridge, h. 53 Cam- 
Walker Thos. O. circulating library (2 Hamilton pi. B.), 

h. 31 Western ave. 
Walker Wm. printer, bds. Clark, n. Washington 
Walker W. W. clerk, h. Essex, n. Austin [Cambridge 

Walkling Frederick L. die-maker (Charlestown), h. 162 
Wall Edmund, grainer, h. Murdock, n. Gardner 
Wall Wm. carriage-smith, h. 36 Harvard 
Wall Wm. carpenter, h. r. 309 Cambridge 
Wallace Chas. G. clerk (B.), h. 44 Pine 
Wallace James P. jr. Mrs. h. 7 Everett pi. 
Wallace Jane Mrs. h. 54 Hastings 
Wallace John, laborer, h. r. Bridge, n. Mansion House 
Wallace Richard, painter, bds. 27 Mt. Auburn 
Wallace Richard, teamster (B.), h. r. 6 Davis 
Wallace Thos. printer, bds. E. Haesy',12 Everett pi. 

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g Cambridge, h. do. C 

pq Wallquist John T. wood-carver, 50 Broadway £. 

„ Walp Abi, laborer, h. 32 Davis P 

g Walsh Catherine Mrs. h. 20 Quincy 

£ Walsh Edward, gardener, h. Garden, n. Chauncy Q 

Ph Walsh Henry, surveyor of lumber, bds. 11 Leighton ct. g_ 

Walsh James, liquor (B.), h. 197 Hampshire t?* 

r-i Walsh Patrick, shoe-maker, 1 Gore, h. do. B' 

& Walsh Robert, cabinet maker, bds. 47 Reed <JQ 

g Walters Richard, laborer, h. 36 Washington [do. g. 

En Walton Edward C, China tea and coffee store, 399 Main, h. 

Walton Harriet L. Mrs. h. 41 Holyoke jj 

f2 Walton Jane Mrs. dress-maker, bds. 118 Prospect ^ 

jg Walton Milton L. book-keeper, h. 21 Mellen p 

d Walworth A. C. clerk, bds. Mrs. Watriss', Main, c. Prospect 

§ Ward Andrew A. (Ward & Co.), provisions, Main, cor. Q 

j3 Prospect, h. 51 Erie H 

U Ward Benjamin L. bds. 20 School ct. O 

jT Ward Bernard, baker, h. 66 Hastings W# 

E? Ward Chas. H. broker, h. Putnam, n. Kinnard m Q 

£j Ward Chas. H. shoe and leather dealer (28 Pearl, B.) 5 o H 

p., bds. 354 Harvard . P ^ 

. Ward Edward A. timber (6 Commercial, B.), h. 71 Dana . 

H Ward Emurel, tanner, bds. Smith's, Xorth ave. cor. Rice O 

ij Ward Francis M. porter, h. Washington ct. \> 

g Ward Hannah m.. wid. h. 239 Franklin. g 

5 Ward Henry B. real-estate agent (2 Court sq. B.), h. Dana, jfjj 

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(j^ Ward Henry L. clerk, house 29 Jay 

Ward John, laborer, house 179 Dublin ** 

gj Ward John E. laborer, h. Hastings, near Brewery Q 

d Ward John F. horse car conductor, house 20 School ct. O 

§ Ward John J. glass-engraver, h. 68 Hastings ~ 

^ Ward John M. house 26 Sparks ^ 

•g Ward Joshua F. house 121 Magazine p 

§ Ward Margaret M. widow Michael J. h. 26 Sparks P 

Ph Ward Richard, agent (2 Hamilton pi. B.), h. Linnaean, cor. ^ 

%q Raymond |fjj 

& Ward Richard jr. clerk (Restieaux's, 29 Tremont, B.), bds. ^ 

;£ Linnaean, corner Raymond pi 

Ward Samuel, provisions, 640 Main, house 26 Jay ^ [3 

Ward Samuel jr. painter, bds. 92 Auburn t5 



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Ward Samuel L. (Ward & Waldron), paper hanger (53 

Union, B.), house 26 Prospect 
Ward Wm. F. clerk (B.), bds. 121 Magazine 
Ward William H. pressman, Welch & Bigelow's, bds. Miles', 

4 Charles River 
Ward Winthrop A. carriage manufacturer, 242, 244 and 246 

Main, house 65 Magazine 
Ward & Co. provision dealers, Main, corner Prospect 
Wardwell Gilbert, clerk, George W. Gale's, bds. 63 Austin 
Ware Octavius P. organ tuner, bds. 1 Fremont 
Ware Wesley, organ maker, house 32 Columbia 
Ware William F. boot and shoe-maker, h. 15 Irving place 
Warfield Henry, proof-reader (B.), h. 8 Jay 
Warland Altamont, boards 81 Brattle 

Warland Edward M. book-keeper (B.), bds. 6 Appian Way 
Warland Mary A. Mrs. house 6 Appian Way 
Warland William, clergyman, house 81 Brattle 
Warner Caleb H. cashier (^National Bank of Commerce, 

Sears' building, B.), house 33b* Harvard 
Warner Joseph B. student, bds. Warner's, 336 Harvard 
Warner Thomas, engineer fitter, h. 452 Cambridge 
Warner William, stone-cutter, bds. Mansion House, Gore 
Warner Wm. R. blacking manufacturer, Cottage, near Cam- 
bridge station, house Cottage, near Elm 
Warnock Wm. groceries and provisions, 68 Pearl, h. do. 
Warnock Wm. H. book-keeper (B.), h. 23 Fifth 
Warnock Wm. S. tailor, house 23 North Fifth 
Warren Charles, carpenter, Wheatland block, Cambridge 
Warren Charles E. express driver, h. Watson, near Pearl 
Warren Cornelius, compositor, house 13 Conlon's court 
WARREN GEO. K. photographer, Post Office building, 559 

Main, house 24 Worcester 
Warren James, draw-tender, B. & M. R. R. h. 38 Winter 
Warren John, laborer, house 20 North 
Warren John B. civil engineer, City Hall, bds. 84 Austin 
Warren John B. house 24 Worcester 
Warren Rufus, boot and shoe-dealer (70 Federal, B.), house 

688 Main 
Warren Samuel A. carpenter, Wheatland block, Cambridge 
Warren Timothy, laborer, house 59 North 
Warren Wm. F, Rev. house 117 Prospect 
Warth E. currier, h. North avenue, near Rice 
Washburn Emory E., Bussey Professor of Law, H. U. house 

28 Quincy 
Waterman Emma, widow Daniel, house 21 Suffolk 

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O "Waterman James H. foreman, John Remick & Son's, house °° 

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£ Waters Edward E. student, H. U. bds. Water's, 5 Hilliard ^ 

o Waters George Rev. D. D. house 5 Hilliard ^ 

i5 Waters Mary, widow, house Brighton, near Winthrop o 

" Waters Patrick J. stone-cutter, bds. Brighton, n. Winthrop £ 

q Watkins Isaac, pedler (B.), house 3 Pioneer §q 

^ Watriss Sarah W. widow Oliver W. h. 615 Main 

d Watriss Wra. broker (B.), house 28 Worcester j5^ 

O Watson J. F. book-binder, University Press, h. 650 Main g 

E^ Watson John C. broker (24 Congress sq. B.), h. 386 Harvard ^ ^ 

qq Watson Lewis W. carriage painter, bds. 3 Willow place 00 

£j Watson Nancy B. widow Nathaniel, h. 137 Cambridge p ^ 

,Q Watson Palmer, hair-dresser, 141 Bridge, house B. P cd 

Q Watson Rosina C. widow Justus D. house 39 Pleasant ^^ 

2 Watson Samuel D. clerk, bds. Second, near Gore jjjj M . 

Watson S. J. Mrs. dress-maker, h. Sydney, near Walnut P 



Watson William W. carpenter, house 3 Willow place £ o 

* Watt Ann R. widow Daniel, house 132 Pleasant g P 
M Watts Catherine M. wid. Lawrence B. h. 114 Spring m 

m Watts David, laborer, h. rear 7 Webster avenue © Q 

p]] Watts Mary E. wid. Robert, h. 31 Bow ** w 

• Waugh Charles, carriage-smith, 444 Main bds. r. 58 Columbia GO q 
W Waugh John H. butcher, h. 19 Short ?g 
^j Waugh William A. blacksmith, 444 Main o .. 
h» Way Alanson, house 156 Hampshire ~*® 
^ Way Frederick, locksmith, h. Thorndike, n, Eighth y*d 
pj Weaver Susan R. wid. of Wm. H. h. 255 Broadway o ^ 
pH Webb Edward, draughtsman, bds. 53 Fourth n- g" 

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g Webb Sylvester, paper hanger, h. 86 Harvard 

§ WEBB WM. W. carriage manufacturer, Cedar, n. North ave. 

^5 house Orchard, near Chester 

"2 Webber A. J. wid. h. Warland, near Magazine H 

c$ Webber Alonzo C. physician, 771 Main O 

Ph Webber Arnold, cooper, h. 339 Cambridge 

g> Webber Isaac R. clerk (B.), bds. 9 Gilpin ^ 

.9 Webber John, carver, h. 3 Lechmere building, Bridge 

^ WEBBER JOHN H. architect, real-estate and insurance agt. j3 

jaj 608 Main, house 26 Brookline jjj 

+* Webber John H. jr. carpenter, bds. 26 Brookline % 

g Webber Lydia A. widow Philip, house 9 Gilpin 



*£ Webber Oliver H. apothecary, 561 Main, h. 16 Webster pi £« 



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Webber William L. bds. Warland, near Magazine 
Weber Anselm, boot-maker, 212 Cambridge, house do. 
Webster Daniel, laborer, house Hastings, near Brewery 
Webster D. B. apothecary clerk, bds. Kent's Hotel, 15 School 
Webster Francis B. house Maple avenue [ct. 

Webster Moses F. book-binder, house 63 Pearl 
Webster Nathan, house 9 Sumner 
Webster Theodore B. house-builder, 137 Bridge, near junc. 

Cambridge, house Second, opp. Court House 
Webster Wm. F. cement manufacturer, Main, n. G. J. R. R. 

house 138 Harvard 
Wedden Matthew, oil manufacturer, Pioneer court 
Weeks Emmet, printer, house 13 Rockwell 
Weeks Joseph W. picture-frame maker, house 21 Green 
Wegner Rudolph, eabinet maker, house 159 Windsor 
Weinhold Ewald, painter, house, Vine, near Third 
Weinschenk Gustave, compositor, h. Otis place, c. Mt. Auburn 
Weitz Frank, sausage maker, bds. Spring, cor. Eighth 
Weitz Robert, sausage maker, Thorndike, n. Eighth, house 

Spring, corner Eighth [131 Court 

Welch Anthony, laborer (Navy Yard, Charlestown), house 
Welch Benjamin J. trader, house 127 Norfolk 
Welch Benjamin S. express-man, house 494 Main 
Welch Charles O. clerk (B.), h. Cambridge, corner Sixth 
Welch Charles W. clerk (123 Pearl, B.), h. Washington 
Welch Cornelius, laborer, house Howard, corner Kinnard 
Welch Daniel, laborer, house 2 Jefferson 
Welch Daniel J. laborer, house 157 Franklin 
Welch David Mrs. house Webster ave. near Cambridge 
Welch E. Baker, broker (Milk, B.), house 41 Bowdoinj 
Welch Edward, plasterer, house 131 Dublin 
Welch Florence, gardener, house 34 Foster 
Welch Isabella Miss, milliner, house 65 Pleasant 
Welch Isabella Mrs. house 65 Pleasant 
Welch James, carpenter, house 427 Cambridge 
Welch James, teamster, house 21 Smith's block, Harvard 
Welch James, laborer, h. Bridge, nearly opp. Braman, Shaw 

& Co.'s 
Welch James, butcher, h. Webster avenue, near Cambridge 
Welch Johanna Miss, house Brattle, near School ct. 
Welch John, laborer, house 4 Somerset, near Pleasant 
Welch John, boiler maker, house 75 Third 
Welch John, laborer, house Charles, near Court 
Welch Julia, widow James, h. Jefferson, corner Warren 
Welch Katharine, widow James, h. Webster ave. n. Cambridge 

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Welch Mary H. widow Hiram, house 113 Otis 

Welch Maurice laborer, house 102 Third 

Welch Maurice jr. glass-worker, bds. 102 Third 

Welch Michael, marble carver, house 191 Mt. Auburn 

Welch Michael, laborer, house 16 Antrim 

Welch Morrison, carpenter, h. North avenue, near Rice 

Welch Oliver, machinist (B.), house 57 Spring 

Welch Patrick, currier, house 150 Green 

Welch Peter, laborer, house Blair place 

Welch Richard, laborer, house 132 Webster avenue 

Welch Robert, laborer, house 118 Dublin 

Welch Robert, stone-cutter, house 161 Mt. Auburn 

Welch Thomas, stone-driller, bds. 21 Harvard 

Welch Thomas, laborer, h. Webster avenue, n. Cambridge 

Welch William, blacksmith, house South, corner Dunster 

Welch William F. hair-worker, house 59 Harvard 

Welch, Bigelow & Co. (Marshall T. Bigelow, Henry H. Clark, 

Charles J. Little and Colin G. Mackenzie), University 

Press, printers, electrotypers and stereotypers, Brattle sq. 
Weld Benjamin C. house 30 Winthrop 
Weld John C. carpenter, house James, corner Brattle 
Weld John C. Mrs. (Misses Fowler), dress-maker, Harvard 

square, house James, corner Btattle 
Weller Chas. expressman, house 29 Pleasant 
Wellington Alden D. salesman (164 Washington, B.), house 

15 Webster place 
Wellington Alfred H. clerk, Wellington Bros'. Bridge, house 

(19 Howard, Charlestown) 
WELLINGTON CHARLES W. house-builder, h. 815 Main 
Wellington George, house 91 Columbia 
Wellington Homer, clerk (B.), bds. Wellington's, North ave. 

opposite Forest 
Wellington Horatio (Wellington Bros.),wood and coal, Bridge, 

opposite Prison Point bridge, h.( Harvard St. Charlestown) 
Wellington Jonas C. wholesale coal-dealer (11 Kilby, B.), h. 

125 North avenue 
Wellington Joseph A. (Wellington Bros.), wood and coal, 

Bridge, opposite Prison Point, house 100 Otis 
Wellington Joseph D. pipe-maker (B.), house 67 Spring 
Wellington Joseph V. fruit and vegetables (Boylston market, 

B.), house 12 Tremont 
Wellington Sullivan, watchman, B. & L. R. R. depot, house 

rear 184 Cambridge [boards 5 Temple 

Wellington William H. clerk (87 and 89 Commercial, B.), 
Wellington William W. physician, house 5 Temple 

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WELLINGTON BROS.(Horatio and Joseph A. Wellington), 

wood and coal, 28 Bridge, office (11 Kilby, B.) 
Wellmau Chas. A. draughtsman, bds. 53 Fourth 
Wellinan J. Wesley, cotton broker (B.), h. 7 Hancock 
Well man Samuel E. candy pedler, h. 43 Brookline 
Wells Amos B. teamster, h. 59 Broadway, L. P. 
Wells Chas. S. P. teamster, bds. Lilac ct. n. Portland 
Wells G. W. Mrs. bds. Dr. Vaughan's, 8 Garden 
Wells James A. bds. 23 Garden 
Wells James H. cigars, 458 Main, h. 638 Main 
Wells Jeremiah, teamster, h. Windsor, n. School 
Wells John H. carpenter, h. 7 Appian Way 
Wells Peter Francis (15 Central whf. B.), h. 2 River 
Wells Sarah A. wid. Chas. A. h. Mt. Auburn, n. Brighton 
Wells Win. Mis. h. Brattle, cor. Fay er weather 
Welsh Walter, stable keeper (62 South, B.), h. 53 Otis 
Weltcii Henry T. provisions, 33 River and 40 Pleasant, h. 

8 Howard 
Weltcii Thos. J. bds. 8 Howard 
Welts Elisha A. glass-worker, h. 85J- Cambridge 
Welts Enos, glass-worker, h. Eighth, n. Thorndike 
Wentworth Benj. B. butcher, h. r. 419 Cambridge 
Wentworth B. Franklin, carpenter, h. 10 Essex 
Wentworth Chas. G. (Wentworth Bros.), carpenter, r. 579 

Main, boards 10 Essex 
Wentworth Isaac, clerk (B.), h. 28 Pearl 
Wentworth James P. dentist, 168 Cambridge, bds. do. 
Wentworth Reuben (Wentworth Bros.), carpenter, rear 579 

Main, house 10 Essex 
Wentworth Samuel V. laborer, h. rear 109 Elm 
Wentworth Thomas B. pew and pulpit builder, State, house 

87 Auburn 
Wentworth Walter B. book-keeper, house 133 Spring 
Wentworth Wm. H. (W. H. Wentworth & Co.), marble and 

soapstone worker (14 Marshall and 18 Bowker, B.), 

hoards 5Q North avenue 
Wentworth Wm.H. jr. (W. H. Wentworth & Co.), marble 

and soapstone worker (14 Marshall and 18 Bowker, B.), 

boards 56 North avenue [579 Main 

Wentworth Bros. (Charles G. and Reuben), carpenters, rear 
Wernhold Henry, wood-turner, house 119 Third 
Wescott Richmond T. blacksmith, house 42 Pine 
West Edward J. carpenter, house 126 Pearl 
West Forrest W. clerk, P. 0. h. 15 Appian Way 

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2 West Henry, hair-dresser, Main, housr at Boston & 

q West Jacob C. printer, house 349 Harvard 

PQ West Levi H. car-builder, house 8 Gerry g 5 

West Wm. B. carpenter, h. Eliot, near Mt. Auburn 
O West Wm. H. surveyor of lumber, h. 184 Cambridge 

c3 Western William, clerk, bds. 23 Austin 2 

p[J Westinus Alexander, cabinet maker, h. Spring, n. Third p 

Weston Chas. H. brass-finisher (B.), house 26 Front CfQ 
2 Weston Edward H. physician, 163 Cambridge, cor. Fifth h. do. 
~ WESTON WILLIAM H. druggist, 152 Harvard, house 

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Wetherbee Mercy Mrs. widow Jeremiah, h. 23 Brookline 



Weymouth George, cotton (Kilby, B.), bds. 304 Lee jft;^ 



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G> Whalen John, works Frothingham's,Harvard, near Dana, bds. 

*§ Whalen John, baker, bds. 2 Brooks [Green, n. Banks g« 

§ Whalen Michael, laborer, house Dunster, n. the wharf p,g* 

rd Whealan James, laborer, h. rear 122 Broadway 

^ Whealen Thomas J. stereotyper, h. 24 Short Cn 2 

^ Wheaton Geo. H. painter, house 153 Gore ^H 

q Wheeler Allen B. carpenter, house 6 Worcester £ ~* 

H Wheeler Charles, fireman, B. & L. R. R. bds. Mrs. Marshall's g $ 

PU foot East g £ 

Wheeler Chas. E. sign-painter (51 Commercial, B.), house g g 

H 185 Cambridge ^ P 

y Wheeler Charles G. painter, house 271 Main 5?uj 

£3 Wheeler Charles H. hack-driver, bds. Kent's Hotel, School ct- ^ q 

<j Wheeler Chas. L. clerk (B.), house 11 Worcester 0*d 

P5 Wheeler Charles O. (Cambridge Yeast Co.), 31 River, house * ^ 

W Harrison avenue, near River £ g" 

Wheeler Clark M. tailor (B.), house 17 Kinnard O g 

oq Wheeler Clark M. jr. at Prospect House, bds. 17 Kinnard r+ p 

§ Wheeler Daniel B. master, Shepard grammar-school, house 2 S* 

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o3 Wheeler Elbridge L. sawyer, bds. 121 Harvard • 

" Wheeler Elizabeth W. widow Charles, house 106 Otis ^ 

bfl Wheeler F. D. (88 Commercial, B.), h. 42 Shepherd <q 

.2 Wheeler Frank S. (Jonathan Wheeler & Son), dry goods, 

j£ Cambridge Bank building, bds. Second, cor. Cambridge ? 

jij Wheeler George Mrs. house Otis place JL 

^ Wheeler George F. clerk (B.), house 16 Rockwell g 

g Wheeler Henry A. clerk (B.), boards 106 Otis § 

<g Wheeler Irving W. clerk (B.), bds. 106 Otis 02 

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Wheeler John F. druggist (B.), house 8 Brookline co~ ^ 

Wheeler John H. rooms 15 Appian Way fej Q 

Wheeler Jonathan (Jonathan Wheeler & Son), dry goods, O (^ 
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| | Wheeler J. & Son (Jonathan Wheeler and Frank S.Wheeler) kj 2 
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^ ** Wheeler Lewis, druggist (3 Custom House st. B.), house 64 p-« ?P 
"g I Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, dress-maker, h. Duuster, corner M q 
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jg g Wheeler Mary Ann D. Miss, private-school, h. 23 Gore gj- 

„ * Wheeler Philip C. grocer, Bridge, corner East, house (10 
g ; Poplar, B.) 

t e Wheeler Philip M. clerk, Bridge, c. East, h. (10 Poplar, B.), 
sS S Wheeler Samuel D. glass-cutter, N". E. Glass Co.'s, h. Bridge, 
near Third 
Wheelock Edward, painter, house 26 Eighth [Appian Way 
Wheelock Gilford D. carpenter, h. r. J. Kendall's schoolhouse, 
Wheelock Samuel, carpenter, bds. Seventh, cor. Cambridge 
Wheelock Samuel A. Dr., clairvoyant, h. Walnut, n. Sydney 
Wheelock S. Arnold, clerk, bds. 12 Walnut [13 Norton 

Whipple John A. photographer (297 Washington, B.), house 
Whipple Wm. laborer, h. 77 Elm 
Whipple Wm. H. laborer, h. 77 Elm 
Whitacre John S. clerk (B.), bds. 99 Thorndike 
Whitaker H race F. (Whitaker & Son), provisions, 216 J> 

Hampshire, bds. 478 Hampshire 

Whitaker John S. (Whitaker & Son), provision dealer, 216 g 

Hampshire, bds. 478 Cambridge p 

oJ Whitcomb Oliver Mrs. house 130 Washington y 

J2 Whitcomb O. R. dry goods, house 108 Prospect 5 £> 

g Whitcomb P. C. C. (47 Congress, B.), h. 130 Washington £ ^ 

Whitcomb Walter C. music teacher, bds. 130 Washington P- 1-3 

^4 O White Angelina Mrs. house 442 Broadway p gj 

O r^ White Charles R. clerk, house 131 Harvard pi. 2 q gj 

O '3 White Chester, clerk, house 54 Franklin Cn M 

P 'S White Cornelius, tin and hardware, 389 Cambridge, house 50 g 

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Xil O White Dennis, laborer, house 15 Cowperthwait £* hrj 

p3 White Dennis, laborer, house South, rear Dunster g 

H 5 White Edward, laborer, house 67 Moore O & 

fc> ^ White Edward A. workman, house 11 Front P £d 

M ^ White Edward J. gardener and teamster, h. 54 Ellery ^ tn 

pij w White Edward P. cigar maker, 459 Main, h. 455 Main 5+ m 

H gj WHITE EDWARD Y. dentist, room 7 Hyde's blk. 603 - jw 

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q White Emory L. med. student, house 152 Cambridge 

pq White Fergus, currier, bds. White's, Spruce £ 

m White Francis, moulder, house 80 Sixth *"* 

g White Francis H^ weigher and measurer, North ave. n. Por- i^ 

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p4 White Fred. D. moulder, house Sixth, near Spring 5 

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White Helen A. Mrs. music teacher, 416 Winthrop, house do. p 

g_, White Henry, carriage painter, boards Mrs. Ellen White's, 13 jJJ oa" 

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g White Horace N. steam-fitting (B.), h. 74 Washington p ^ 

© White James, clerk (B.), house Mullen's court, n. Winter P*® 

*% White James F. workman, H. P. Clark's, h. 11 Front £^ 

rj White James H. musician and musical instrument repairer ^ M . 

,p (59 Court, B.) house Washington, cor. Pine CCP 

O White J. D. groceries and provisions, Bay cor. Green, h. do. 5 O 

~ White John, foreman, B. P. Clark's, house 11 Front g £ 

B9 White John, carpenter, house 186 Bridge P 

pq White John A. cigar maker, boards 11 Front i-j 3 

PL, White John E. metal broker (40 North, B.), h. 163 Brattle ^cw 

. White John Gardner, merchant (19 Doane, B.), house 6 f+o 

W Phillips place 3 B 

M White John P. carpenter, house 1 8 Willard ® t_. 

h. White John S. laborer, house 9 School court * ^ 

<\ White K. M. Mrs. millinery and dress-making, 455 Main,h. do. §^3 

p^ White Mary, widow, house Athens w Sj 

(j-i White Mary A. Mrs. house Lilac court, cor. Portland -: 

White Michael, laborer, house 70 Spruce P g 
oa White Morris, laborer, house Banks, near Flagg p 

g White Moses, hostler, U. R. R. house 25 Riverside ?* 

O White M. W. (Mason & Hamlin's, B.), house 32 Tremont 
rt White Patrick (P. White & Bro.) 440, 442, 444 Cambridge, Q 

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£3 White Patrick J. iron moulder, house 67 Moore O 

White P. & Bro. (Patrick White and Timothy Wliite), ba- 
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S White Robert, house 48 Windsor 

White Samuel, salesman (B.), house 49 Elm P 

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"White Wm. F. house 310 Harvard 

"White Wm. H. school-janitor, house 92 Norfolk 

"Whitehouse Benj. jr. organ maker, boards 32 Prospect 

Whijehouse Charles F. burnisher, house 49 Brookline 

Whitehouse John "W. tinman, house 49 Brookline 

Whiteley Edward, warming apparatus (59 Charlestown, B.), 

house 55 Windsor 
Whithed Isabella Miss, house 16 Front 
Whiting Henry L. professor of coast survey (B.), house Fay- 
ette, n. Broadway 
Whitley H. D. Mrs. house 28 Clinton 

Whitley Henry, bronzer (2 Spring lane, B.), h. 129 Harvard 
Whitley Hiram C. government detective, h. 28 Clinton 
Whitman Ephraim P. h. Kirkland, opp. Quincy 
Whitman Francis H. (118 Pearl, B.), h. 96 Ellery 
Whitman Wm. clerk (B.), house 48 Prospect 
Whitney Amos, engineer, house 4 Sydney 
Whitney Amos P. organ maker, Main, h. 28 Elm 
Whitney Anson, teamster, bds. 1 Pioneer place 
Whitney Augustus A. (Whitney & Worcester*), furniture 

dealer, Brattle sq. h. North ave. cor. Mt. Vernon 
Whitney Benj. D. house 10 Ash 
WHITNEY BENJAMIN W. attorney and notary public, 

Whitney's building, 23 Brattle sq. h. North ave. corner 

Lambert avenue 
Whitney Caroline, widow Alvah, h. Spring, near Fourth 
Whitney Charles (D. N. Skilling's, Whitney Bros. & Barnes), 

lumber dealer, Prison Point, house at Lowell 
Whitney Chas. C. ice-dealer, h. 123 Otis 
Whitney Chas. D. machinist (B.), bds. 8 Windsor 
Whitney David (Skillings, Whitney Bros. &Barnes), lumber 

dealer, Prison Point, house (Detroit, Michigan) 
Whitney Edward, hostler, bds. 6 Water 
Whitney Ed. T. surveyor of lumber, h. 97 Austin 
Whitney Edward H. clerk, house 95 Walnut 
Whitney Frank E. machinist, bds. 1 Auburn ct. [bridge 

Whitney Frank N. hack-driver, bds. Mrs. Allen's, 71 Cam- 
Whitney Henry, agt. N. E. glassworks, North, h. 80 Otis 
Whitney Henry F. clerk (B.), house 2 Rice 
Whitney Horace, superintendent, Dover Stamping Co.'s, h. 

113 Magazine 
Whitney J. A. P. (Higgins & Whitney), stoves &c. 625 and 

629 Main, house rear 108 Magazine 
Whitney John F. boards 34 Austin 

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"g Whittemore L. C. Mrs. widow Thoma3,house 107 Washington 

c$ Whittemore Thomas jr. 107 Washington 
P" 1 Whittemore Wm. D. policeman (B.), house 55 Moore 

tu Whitten Nathan, broker (B.), h. Cherry, near Washiugton 
,2 Whitter Hiram B. house Carver, near Sacramento 
£2 Whittier LeRoy A. proof-reader, Riverside Press, h. Stone's 
block, Blackstone 
Whittiker S. S. works organ factory, house 71 Gore 
"q Whitton James H. printer, house 133 Brookline 
eg Wholley James, laborer, house Steven's court 

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O Whitney Joseph, carpenter, house 8 Village J^i 

w Whitney Joseph, city treasurer and collector of taxes, office p 

pq City Hall, house 98 Magazine jjj 

Whitney Josiah D. professor, Harvard University, h. 12 Oxford w 

g Whitney Marsh, machinist, bds. 61 Third -. 

c3 Whitney Martin, baker, 579 Main, house 4 Essex ►-« 

S Whitney Richard D. delivery-clerk (B. & A. R. R., B.), h. 8- 

9 Harrison place p. 

r-n Whitney Waldo, dentist, house 30 Park P 

a Whitney \V r alter H. machinist, bds. 4 Sydney 

Q Whitney William A. (Clark, Whitney & Co.'), lumber dealer, £ 

EH East, East Cambridge, h. South Boston M 

w Whitney Wra. H. civil engineer (City Hall, B.),h.l Auburn ct © 

U Whitney Wm. Lambert, house 126 Mt. Auburn p" 

Jg WHITNEY & WORCESTERS (Augustus A. Whitney, tt 
d Ch-rles H. and Frederick Worcester), furniture and car- 

c$ pet rooms, Whitney's building, 25 Brattle square Q 

[5 Whiton John P. cigars and tobacco (24 Broad, B.), house uH 

W 765 Main [30 Second og 

wj Whittaker Joseph W. pay-master, Boston & Lowell R. R. bds. g. g 

q Whittemore Amos, machinist, Brookline, h. 43 Norfolk 2 hL 

H Whittemore Amos, expressman, order-box, 71 Cambridge, h. • 

P-i 100 Spring ^ 

Whittemore Benj. B. (Brazier & Whittemore), soap-manuf. 

H Davis, corner Broadway, house 111 Washington O 

w Whittemore Catherine H. widow James M. h. 416 Harvard £j 

S Whittemore Chas. F. (Morrill & Whittemore, B.)/ bds. 329 2 

5 Whittemore Geo. W. Mrs. house 329 Harvard [Harvard 2 

2 Whittemore John C. clerk, 19 Brattle, bds. 6 Shepard's blk. §j 

fa Charles River _ 

Whittemore John M. book-keeper (114 Washington, B.), " 

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5 Whittemore John O. agent, house 12 Watson 




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= ~ Wholley James, laborer, house 24 North 

* ,= Whoriskey John, stone-cttter (Charles, B.), h. 72 Gore 

| s Whoriskey Richard, stone-cutter (Charles, B.), h. 224 Bridge 

.2 * Wieland Christian, cabinet maker, h. 6 Portland 

Z \ Wieland Joseph G. refreshment saloon, Brighton, n. Harvard 

£ 'Z sq. house Harvard, corner Trowbridge 

Wieland Joseph G.(Wiel°nd Bros.), florist, Harvard, corner 

f Trowbridge, house do. [Trowbridge, house do. 

Wieland Philip J. (Wieland Bros.), florist, Harvard, corner 

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e -g Wier James, provisions, house 118 Columbia [33 Front 

S | Wiggin Chas. H. sewing machine table maker, State, house ™ 
3 Wiggin Chas. H. jr. organ maker, h. Blanche, near Front 

Wiggin Geo. W. sewing machine table maker, bds. 33 Front 
Wiggin James, blacksmith, house Hastings, near Brewery 
Wiggin James B. piano-forte action maker, Osborn's building, 

State, house 13 Webster place 
Wiggin Wm. P. commission merchaut (29 North Market, B.), 

house Mt. Vernon, near North avenue 
Wight J. R. house 30 Elm 

Wightman Joseph C. Rev. h. North avenue, opposite Cedar 
Wilber Fred. Walworth & Co.'s, rooms 69 Moore 
Wilber John C. engineer, h. Cambridge, near Second 
Wilcott Elbridge, mason, bds. 3 Baldwin place 
Wilcott Lyman D. mason, bds. 3 Baldwin place 2 

«j Wilcox David, hatter (8 Boylston sq. B.), house 76 Spring ££ 
o$ Wilcox Helena J. house East, near R. R. O 

JE] Wilcox John F. D. restaurant, No. ave. house (B.)] 

Wilder Chas. C. flour (51 Commercial, B.), h. 107 Austin W 

^ o WILDER CYRUS D. boots and shoes, 557 Main, house 12 £. 

r^j $ Wo-cester ££ 

$ •£ Wilder David, house rear 41 Norfolk, 2d. arbor p' 

\D ,Q Wilder G. L. workman, Wood's, house 25 Fremont jq 

PQ 3 Wilder H. C. paper ruler (B.), house 6 Lincoln place ^ 

_^ Wilder Helen, teacher, bds. rear 37 Norfolk. CO 

r* Wilder James C. clerk, 503 Main, house 1 Prospect ^q 

pq ,d Wilder John, real-estate agent (3 Tremont row, B.), house *t 

fc> t! 185 Harvard § 

M O Wilder Samuel N. contractor (B.), house 70 Washington g 

3 Wilder Solon, music teacher (154 Tremont, B,), h. 20 Lowell P 

hh t/f Wildes Mary Ann, widow William, house 41 Bowdoin 

£ tf Wildes Moses, 2nd. broker (B.), bds. 5 Ellery 5? 

P3 Wile Christian, teamster, h. Seventh, near Cambridge ~ 

> Wiley Charles A. clerk (B.), bds. 29 Sydney y 

W Wiley Seth N. ship-master, house 16 Trowbridge O 



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g Wilkins Jenkins, clekgynian, house 55 Washiugton 
pQ Wilkinson Charles, farmer, house 29 Washington 

Wilkinson Edward, house 333 Harvard 
g Wilkinson James F. printer, h. DeWolf, n. Mt. Auburn 
c3 Wilkinson Michael, scroll-sawyer, house 15 Winter 
p_l Wilkinson Thomas, glass-maker, house Winter, n. Fifth 
Wilkinson William, glass-maker, house 67 Winter 
Willard Abel, house 151 Mt. Auburn 
Willard Benjamin D. planer, house Elm, near Market 
Willard Charlotte Mrs. tailoress, 31 Sixth, house do. 
EH Willard Edward A. clerk (Court House, B.), house Allston, 

coiner Waverley 
?-i Willard Evat, box-sawver, house Harvard, corner Pine 
jg Willard. Henry A. clerk (B.), bds. 151 Mt. Auburn 
d Willard Lucy Mrs. widow, house 78 Mt. Auburn 
c3 Willey Aaron R. eating house (B.), house 8 Ellery 
^ Willey Susan, widow, h. Holyoke, cor. Holyoke place 

Willey William, painter, bds. 24 Dunster 
kT Williams Andrew Mrs. house 40 Hastings 
q "Williams Asa, restaurant (19 School, B.), house 42 River 
pq Williams Charles T. foreman in moulding dep. Shawmuv Jron 
Ph Works, house 36 Austin [Sydney 

Williams Dwelley, moulder, Shawmut Iron works, house 13 
" Williams Edward M. tinplate worker (B.), h. Third, n. Bridge 
M Williams Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, house 12 Harrison ave. 
£* Williams Elizabeth A. dress-maker, widow John E. h. 82 River 
<j Williams E. S. machinist, house Crossland 
p3 Williams Frederick G. carpenter, house 12 Bow 
pH Williams George H. laborer, house 86 Harvard 

Williams Henry, carpenter, boards 47 Cedar 
oa Williams Henry C. machinist, house 47 School 
P. Williams J. M. S. merch, (114 State, B.), h. 787 Main 
q Williams John, carriage maker, bds. 47 Cedar 
*3 Williams John B. carpenter, house 18 Mt. Auburn 
*g Williams Joseph (20 Dock square, B.), h. 48 Mt. Auburn 
d Williams Laura Mrs. house 14 Dinsmore court 
P"* Williams Mary Mrs. house 50 Trowbridge 
be Williams M. H. draper, house 136 Brookline 
Williams Sally, widow Elisha, house 18 Araory 
Williams Samuel K. jr. house 347 Harvard [96 Windsor 
Williams Seth, superintendent, Shawmut Iron works, house 
Williams Thomas, laborer (B.), house G Davis 
O Williams Thomas, pedler, house 37 Hampshire 
*2 Williams Wm. teamster, bds. McCarvilFs, Cedar 
£j Williamson Frances, widow George, house 79 Cambridge 



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Williamson James A. printer, house 8 Harrison ave. 
Willis Alfred P. tinman, bds. Willis', Elm, corner Russell 
Willis David C. agent (Vinegar Co.'s, B.),h. Austin, n. Norfolk 
AVillis F. M. Mrs. house Russell, corner Elm 

Willis Newell J. machinist, house 94 Windsor 

Willis William D. teamster, house 12 Broadway 

Williston John, civil engineer, house 33 Pine 

Williston L. Richards, head-master, Cambridge High school, 
house 15 Berkeley 

Williston Rachel Mrs. house 33 Pine 

Wills Henry Mrs. house Holly place 

WILMOT H. B. (Wilmot & Co. 121 Washington, B.),bds. 
S. Applin's, North avenue, corner Arlington 

Wilnough William, book-binder, house 72 Pearl 

Wilson Alexander, engineer, N. E. Glass Co.'s, house Winter, 
near Fourth 

Wilson Andrew, boards 174 Cambridge 

Wilson Anna, widow, house 133 Spring 

Wilson Catherine, widow Samuel B. h. Clark, near Harvard 

Wilson C. F. agent, 1 -little, Brown & Co.'s bindery, Riverside, 
house 42 North avenue 

Wilson David, printer, house Putnam 

Wilson Eijah, jobber, house 27 Brewery 

Wilson Enoch, carpenter, house 90 Third [ity ave. 

Wilson Gland, carpenter, (Navy Yard, Charlestown), h.Divin- 

Wilson James, book-binder, house 4 Daye avenue 

Wilson James, clerk (B.), house 1 Pioneer 

Wilson John, carpenter, house 132 Auburn 

Wilson John, wood-turner, house 77 Gore 

Wilson John (John Wilson & Son), printer, h. 848 Main 
Wilson John jr. builder, Dyke, house 14 Eliot [bridge 

Wilson John F. keeper, sheriffs office (B.), h. rear 186 Cam- 
Wilson Joshua, book-binder (30 Exchange, B.), house 4 Jay 
Wilson Margaret Mrs. house 19 Vine 
Wilson Matilda, widow, house 149 Franklin 
Wilson Michael, gardener, house 240 Franklin 
Wilson Robert D. pedler, boards 76 Green 
Wilson Royal, house 29 North avenue 
Wilson Thomas, painter, house 101 Pleasant 
Wilson Thomas, laborer, bds. Water, corner Bridge 
Wilson W. H. carpenter, house Vine, near Sixth [nam 

Wilson Wm. E. foreman pressroom, bds. David Wilson's, Put- 
Wilworth Gabriel, boiler maker, h. 161 Broadway, L. P. 
Winfield Thomas, machinist, house 374 Main 
Wing Abner T. clerk (B.), house 9 Tremont 

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O Wing Josiah D. currier, house 112 Oxford [Sacramento g* 
oq Wing Leander J. boots and shoes (108 Devonshire, B.), h. 49 

m Winkley John N. iceteara, bds. 33 Fourth O 

~°* Winkley John S. carpenter, h. Mt. Auburn, near Sparks ""* 

O Winlo Adam, glass-maker, house 41 Winter ^ 

§ Winlo Adam jr. boards 41 Winter § 

gj Winlock Joseph, director of the Observatory, Garden, h. do. B 

Winlock William, iron-moulder, house 1 00 Main W 

,2 Winnett Frederick G. clerk, Rhoades', 17 Brattle g 

B 4 Winnett Harry B. book-keeper, bds. 281 Harvard [vard CD 

g Winnett Jason, real-estate agent (5 Tremont, B.),h. 281 Har- R. 
£_l Winnett Lizzie B. Miss, teacher, Allston school, boards 281 

Wiuship Cynthia Miss, house 70 Columbia [Harvard ^ 

£h Winslow Lewis R. master machinist, B. & L. repair-shop, h. tfj* CD 

ja Second, near Otis i-$ 

d Winston James, painter, h. rear 30 Coggswell avenue S~ • 

d Winter A. S. Mrs. dress-maker, 589^ Main, h. 57 lnman p,p 

& Winter Charles, house 59 lnman ^O 

Winter Charles jr. photographer (B.), house 132 Franklin m& 

M Winthrop C. A. house Shepard, near Garden 02 

O Winward Jesse, manufacturer glue subsitute (Everett), house £ O 

H 138 Cambridge • B g 

P* Winward Walter, clerk (B.), boards 138 Cambridge g g* 

pj Winward William W. clerk (B.), bds. 138 Cambridge O g 

Wiseman Ann, widow, house Washington court 

\4 Wiseman Edward, carpenter, house 17 School 5?0 

^ Wiseman Thomas G. laborer, house 59 Cherry £J £ 

<| Witham Thomas, cigar maker, 337 Main, house do. CD p 

P3 Witherell Freeman C. fish-market, 540 Main, h. 79 Franklin ^3. 

&4 Witherell Mary, widow William, house 79 Franklin ftg 

Withey Simeon B. carpenter, Mill, house 52 Brattle g g 

• Withington Richard, teamster, house 38 Hastings g" S 

p Withington Thomas H. paper folder (B.), house 566 Main p * 

g Wood Alfred, cracker pedler, h. Gardner, near Prospect * Q 

WOOD ALFRED, grocer, Harvard row, house 12 Chauncy H 

Wood Caleb, house 321 Broadway © 

jj Wood Charles, cabinet maker, house 14 Lincoln ^ 

Ph Wood Charles C. house 48 Cottage <1 

^ Wood Chas. J. carver, house 32 Winter " 

fl Wood David G. house 17 Kirkland P 

jg Wood David H. carpenter, house 28 Mt. Auburn M 

jrj Wood Elizabeth Mrs. house 32 Winter S 

Wood Franklin A, physician, house Norfolk fcrj 

*S Wood George, policeman, house 21 Essex GO 

cj3 Wood James L. tinplate and sheet-iron worker, bds. 48 Cottage _ 

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"Wood John C. painter, house 12 Brighton 
Wood John H. stationery (108 Court, B.), h. 118 Auburn 
Wood John W. carver, boards 32 Winter 
Wood John W. engineer, house 27 Rice 
Wood Marcellus A. cabinet maker, house 121 Thorndike 
Wood Samuel, house 66 Amory 

Wood Thomas J. glass-maker, house 30 Winter [bia 

Wood W. H. book-keeper, Main, bds. Broadway, cor. Colum- 
Wood Win. H. clerk, boards Sawyer's, 65 Austin 
Woodard Jonas (Aiken & Woodard), charcoal dealer, Cam- 
bridge, near First, house 5 Sixth 
Woodbridge John R. butcher, h. 298 North ave. 
W r oodbridge Samuel F. cattle broker (67 Faneuil Hall market 
B.), h. 281 North ave. [North ave. near Daye 

Woodbridge William F. (26 Faneuil Hall market, B.), house 
Woodbury George E. (Woodbury <fc Co.), planing, sawing 

and mouldings, Otis, cor. First, h. 93 Otis 
Woodbury George H. h. 353 Harvard 
Woodbury Isaac A. (Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing and 

mouldings, Otis, cor. First, h. 93 Otis 
Woodbury James A.(Woodbury & Co.), planing, sawing and 

mouldings, Otis, cor. First, house at Winchester 
Woodbury John H. travelling agent, house 353 Harvard 
Woodbury Julia A. wid. Isaac A. h. Otis 
WOODBURY & CO. (George E., Isaac A. and James A. 
Woodbury, planing, sawing and mouldings, Otis, cor. First 
Woodman Charles, piano-forte maker (B.), h. 95 Columbia 
Woodman Cyrus, lawyer, honse 9 Kirkland place [place 
Woodman Frank, student, Scientific school, bds. 9 Kirkland 
Woodman George, stone-carver, h. 74 Spring 
Woodman Herbert, milk-driver, bds. 79 Thorndike 
Woodman Horatio, counsellor (37 Court sq. B.), bds. 9 Kirk- 
Woodman Thomas J. carver, h. 61 Spring [land place 
Woodruff Ed. waiter, house rear 33. Hastings 
Woods Edmund, carpenter, bds 69 Mt. Auburn 
Woods Frank, printer, rooms 20 Holyoke 
Woods Frank M. cabinet maker, h. rear 70 Gore 
Woods Geo. (Geo. Woods & Co.), parlor and vestry organs 

Main, cor. Haymarket sq. h. 78 Green 
Woods James, salesman, boards 135 Hampshire 
Woods James, carriage maker, bds. 47 Cedar 
Woods James, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, near Willard 
Woods James D. carpenter, bds. 69 Mt. Auburn [102 Green 
Woods John H. engineer, Cambridge laundry, bds. L. Cox's, 
Woods Patrick, plasterer (Cambridge, B.), h. 8 Winter 
Woods Phineas, printer, rooms 20 Holyoke 

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5 Woods William, blacksmith, Elm, h. Columbia, n. Somerville ^ 

" Woods William S. butcher, h. Harvey, cor. Jackson g 

£ Woods Geo. & Co. (Geo. Woods and Geo. P. Carter), cabinet 

§ organ manufacturers, Main, cor. Haymarket sq. ^ 

2 Woodward Charles E. W. clerk (B.), h. 152 Cambridge g 

" Woodward C. H. R. agent, East Cambridge Boot & Shoe Co.'s, B 

O house 157 Bridge ®* 

P< Woodward Eleanor T. wid. of Samuel, h. School, n. Windsor g 

S Woodward Frederick R. Mrs. h. 58 Magazine jj 

■2 Woodward Henry P. boards 62 Magazine . t^ 

Woodward James B. druggist, house 314 Broadway CC ^ 

g Woodward James H. (Woodward & Gage), furniture, etc p ^ 

© North ave. n. Beech, h. Russell, cor. Orchard P Js 

»2 Woodward Samuel J. saiesman, Chandler's, Norfolk, bds. ^p 

Q School, near Cherry ^ 4 

A Woodward Wm. H. mason, h. 7 Fifth, n. Winter w g' 

O WOODWARD & GAGE (James H. Woodward and Mil- gi^ 

j? ton Gage), furniture &c. North ave. 3 § 

g Wooley Chas. J. organ tuner, rooms 36 Austin 3 •-* 

m "^oolson James A. boots (83 Pearl, B.), h. 277 Harvard g Q 

fl^ Woolworth S. B. book-binder, 89 Franklin, h. 38 Shephard 4 £ 

. Worcester A. currier, h. 179 Dublin 02 S- 

W Worcester Anna M. wid. Thomas F. h. 77 Brattle 4 2 

kj Worcester Asa, brush-maker (Chardon, B.), h. 145 Spring § P 

£ Worcester Chas. H. (Whitney & Worcesters), furniture, 25 i^U 

^ Brattle sq. bds. J. A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon y,g 

p» Worcester Franklin, attorney at law, 2 Brattle sq. bds. Jabez o p 

pet A. Sawyer's, Mt. Vernon S- JJ. 

^^ Worcester Frederick (Whitney & Worcesters), furniture and § g 

carpets, 25 Brattle square, bds. Jabez A. Sawyer's, Mt. " g 

g Worcester Geo. W. brush-maker, bds. 53 Fourth [Vernon £ 

§ Worcester John E. wholesale beef and pork (13 South Mar- 

J2 ket, B.), house North avenue, corner Chauncy ~ 

jf Worcester Theodore F. plumber, house . 77 Brattle m 

d Worden Isaac V. joiner, house 2 Williams q 

£* Work Thomas, furniture and job-wagon, 51 Pearl, house 13 

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g) Works Geo. F. life-insurance, bds. 1 Putnam • 

£ Worthen Charles K. artist, Agassiz Museum, bds. Kent's Ho- Q 

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DIRECTORY, 



"Wran John, laborer, house 208 Franklin 

WRIGHT GEO. G. flour, grain &c. Mt. Auburn, n. Dunster, 

boards Wm. Wright's 
Wright John, teamster, bds. Choate's. Second 
Wright John jr. clerk (B.), house 247 Broadway 
Wright John C. D. glass-maker, h. Spring, near Ninth 
Wright John R. tinplate worker, house 17 Rockwell 
Wright J. R. house 30 Elm 

Wright Rebecca, widow George, house 1 Magazine court 
Wright Samuel J. carpenter, house 7 Meacham [do. 

Wright Ward E. eclectic physician, Pleasant, cor. Main, h. 
Wright Wm. varnish polisher, house 435 Cambridge 
Wright Wm. baker, Mt. Auburn, cor. Dunster, h.13 Dunster 
Wright Willis L. house 9 Jay 
Wyatt Albert N. pedler, house 123 Otis 
Wyatt H. M. clerk, house 113 Inman 
Wyeth Andrew N. freight-master, F. Railroad, house rear 

Raymond, near Linnaean 
Wyeth Anna C. house rear 60 Columbia 
Wyeth Benj. F. undertaker, 10 Harvard row, h. 39 Holyoke 
WYETH B. FRANKLIN, gent's furnishing goods &c. 10 

Harvard row, boards 39 Holyoke [weather 

Wyeth Elizabeth N. widow Jonas, h. Brattle, west of Fayer- 
Wyeth Henry A. clerk, house 1 Symond's block, DeWolf 
WYETH JAMES H. grocer, 6 Brattle, house 220 Brattle 
Wyeth John B. bds. B. F. Wyeth's, 39 Holyoke 
Wyeth Lucy C. Miss, school-teacher, house r. 60 Columbia 
Wyeth M. E. Miss, teacher, house rear 60 Columbia 
Wyman Chas. F. (47 India wharf, B.), house 744 Main 
Wyman Charles W. stone-cutter, boards 2 Water 
Wyman Elizabeth Miss, house 3 Craigie 
Wyman Frank A. broker (B.), house 125 Norfolk 
Wyman Jeffries, Hersey Professor of Anatomy, H. U. house 

Quincy, corner Broadway 
Wyman J. Henry, coal, wood and bark, Bridge, n. Cambridge 

house 146 Cambridge 
Wyman Jobn S. broker (B.), boards 125 Norfolk 
Wyman Maria Mrs. house 125 Norfolk 
Wyman Morrill, physician, office Church, n. Brattle, h. Sparks 
WYMAN WILLIAM, wood and coal, Bridge, n. Cambridge, 

house 146 Cambridge 
Wyzanski Henry, dry goods, house Second, near Otis 
Wyzanski Joseph, pedler, house 25 Third 

BURBOT 4 WILLIAMS, 20 Dock Square, Boston. Tie attention 
of Builders is called to our very large stock and complete as- 
sortment of Builders' Hardware, suitable for houses of the highest 
cost, as well as fbr cheaper houses, 



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GEO. W. WARE & CO., Mantel and Pier Mirrors 
157 Tremont Street, Boston. 

CAMBRIDGE [Y~Z] DIRECTORY. 333 



§ YATES THOMAS G. plain and decorative paper hanger, 
•g (150 Hanover, B.), house 143 Main 

2 Yeo William, carriage maker, 161 Main 

Yerxa Henry D. grocer (4 Bowdoin sq. B.), h. 295 North ave. 
o York Charles D. com cake-maker, bds. 17 Sydney 
§ York George H. book-binder, house 40 Cottage 
gj York , teamster, rooms 2 Broadway 

Young Benj. carpenter, bds. North ave. corner Beech 
,2 Young Charles, oil-pedler, house 45 Cambridge 
P< Young Chas. B. carpet upholsterer (B.), h. 94 Allston 
S Young Charles E. stationery, boards 38 Aubnrn 
pjj[ Young Charles H. clerk, house 3 Dickinson 

Young Chas. J. printer, Riverside, house 19 Holly 
g Young Cyrus C. fish, h. 38 Mt. Auburn 
© Young David, slater, house rear 140 Pleasant 



Young Edgar O. salesman (Albany, B.), bds. 2 Webster pi. 
g Young Edrick F. agt. Combination Lock Co.'s, Broadway, 
i junct. Hampshire, house 38 Mt. Auburn 

& Young Edw. J., Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Ori- 
•» ental languages and Dexter lecturer on Biblical literature, 

M house Raymond, near Linnaean 

m Young Henry, galvanizer, boards Bay, corner Green 
p^ Young Henry W. house 2 Webster place 

Young Israel J. S. carpenter, house 161 Green [bridge 

pj Young James, provision dealer (3 Charles, B.), h. 54 Trow- 

Young James E. machinist, house 8 Howard 
M Young James H. student, house 54 Trowbridge 

2 Young John, porter, house 41 Hampshire 

3 Young John, carpenter, house Hancock, near Franklin 
Fj Young John jr. carpenter, Walnut court 

Young Joseph W. hair dresser, house Mt. Auburn, n. Eliot 
Young Joseph W. clerk, Cambridge water-works, house 7 



J3 Lincoln place 

§ Young Leonard, house 14 Brookline 

•g Young Rebecca P . Mrs. house 45 Erie 

■H Young Richard H. box-maker, boards 32 Cherry 

§ Young Saml. D. book-binder, Riverside, house 43 Erie 

p4 Young Wm. currier, bds. North ave. near Arlington line 

£_ Young William, teamster, h. Hunting, near Cambridge 

fl Young William, laborer, house 106 Webster avenue 

jg Young Wm. F. (Pennell & Young), hardware, 57 Cambridge, 
g boards 62 Second 

" Young Wm. H. professor of magic, house 129 Columbia 
■g [ilton 

|! ZENGLER EDWARD, at A. Clark & Son's, house 17 Ham- 

U Zenoni Anthony, gardener, house Jefferson, corner Warren 



WARRENS PHOTOGRAPHS, Post-Office Building, Gambridgeport, 
and 145 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



FULTON, LONG, & CO. 

No. 30 Brighton Street, Cambridge. 




DEALERS IN 



HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 

"Which they will sell at the lowest cash prices. 

UPHOLSTERING done with neatness & despatch. 

Alll orders sent by mail will be promptly attended to. 

H. A. PERRY, 

PAINTER, 

GRAINER ATVD GLAZIER, 

188 Washington Street, 

Opposite the Marlboro Hotel. BOSTON. 



t WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

Street Boston. Mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBRIDGE 




CITY GOVERNMENT: 

SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, ETC. 

FOR 1873. 



Muulclpal Election, First Monday in December. City Government Organized 
First ..Monday in January. 

Mayor. 

H.O.Houghton, office, City Hall, resi- 
dence 800 Main. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. 
William Caldwell, William L. Whitney. 
Samuel Snow. 

Ward 2. 
Chas. L. Harding, Jason Winnett. 

Ward 3. 
D. K. Sortwell. 

Ward 4. 
Joseph A. Holmes, Edward Kendall. 

Ward 5. 
S. F. Woodbridge, C. R. Ransom. 

Common Council. 
Ward I. 
J. C.Gouch, Thos. L.Smith, Thomas S. 
Huckins, Frank H. Whitman. 

Ward 2. 
Alvaro Blodgett, Charles R. Patch, James 
E. Hall, Joseph E. Holt, G. C. W. 
Fuller. 



Ward 3. 
Warren G. Roby, George B. Hamlin 
Joseph A. Wellington, John H. Swiney, 
Joseph Cogan. 

Ward 4. 
Levi Hawkes, John Stone, John L. Por- 
ter, Isaac C. Holmes. 
Ward 5. 
S. J. Brooks, James H. Collins. 

Principal Assessors. 
LeviL. Cushingjr. 

A. Z. Brown 
A.J. Green 

Assistant Assessors. 

Ward 1.— William Caldwell 
Ward 2. — Rums Lamson 
Ward 3 .— Ozias Clark 
Ward 4.— Hosea Spencer 
Ward 5.— J. H. Woodward. 

Overseers of the Poor. 

B. F. Wyeth, C. R. Patch, L. B. Guyer 
E. H. Blake, Curtis Davis, F.A.Gerry 

City Clerk, and Clerk of the 
Board of Aldermen. 

Justin A.Jacobs. 



GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



32 Sehool St, 
Boston. 



GEO. ¥. FARE & CO., Parlor and Chamfer Furniture, 157 Tremoirt 

Street, Boston. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



City Treasurer and Collector. 

Joseph Whitney. 

City Auditor. 
J. A. Jacobs. 

City Engineer. 

Josiah G. Chase. 

Cfty Messenger. 

Roland Litchfield, jr. 

Superintendent of Lamps. 

Roland Litchfield. 

Superintendent of Streets. 

George L. Cade. 

Warden of Almshouse. 
Joseph W. Averrll. Salary, $800. 

Almshouse Physician. 
James R. Morse. Salary, 150. 

Ward Officers. 

Ward 1.— John C. Farnham, Warden; 
Robert Torrey, jr.. Ward Clerk ; Joseph 
Williams, Edmund Miles. J. B. F. Thom- 
as. Inspectors of Elections. 

Ward 2.— Enoch J. Howlett, Warden ; 
H. B. Wiunett, Ward Clerk; James W. 
Pierce, J. M. Davis, Joseph C. Bruce, 
Inspectors. 

Ward 3.— Luther L. Parker, Warden; 
Andrew Fogg, Clerk; Otis Brown, John 
W. Skelley, Andrew Wilson, Inspectors. 

Ward 4 — Charles E. Gould, Warden; 
J. S. Sanborn, elerk; Henry L. Cald- 
well, Charles L. Russell, A. J.Sawyer, 
Inspectors. 

Ward 5.— J. C. Wellington, Warden; 
Francis H. White, Clerk : F. M. Mason, 
Chas. L. Fuller, Jeremiah Murphy, In- 
spectors. 

Felice Department. 

Police Justice.— John S. Ladd, Salary, 
$1,800. Special Justices, Henry W. 
Muzzey, John W. Hammond. Clerk, 
T. Mclntire. Court at Police Station, 
Church st. near Harvard square. 

Chief of Police.— Isaac Bradford. 

Captain of Night Police.— Frederick W. 
Hagar 

Captains. — District 1 T Timothy Ames. 
District 2, William Twist. District 3, 
John L. Boynton. 

Constables — Isaac Bradford, William 
Twist, John L. Boynton, Clark Moore, 
John C. Burdakin.Fred. A. Lull, Chas. 
J. Adams. Thomas Mclntire, James F. 
Jefferds, Thomas Work, Charles H. 
Hunnewell, John Stimson. 

Policemen.— District 1, Thomas D. Cook, 
James B. Morse, Moses M. Child, An- 
drew Sproul, Micah W Cook, John S. 
Milliken, Geo. A. Marston, Benjamin 
Kennard, Albert D.Cleveland, Leon- 
ard Shackford. Andrew G. Smith, Mel- 
ancthon W. Clark, Thomas T. Fergu- 
son, John Little, Charles W. Ingalls, 
William Storer. Frederick B. Pullen, 
L.J. Cloyes. District 2, Benjamin F, 
Bridden, Abel A. Hildreth. Geo. H. 
Copeland, Daniel Sherman, James H. 
Parks, Warner W. Simonds, Geo. 
Wood, Geo. S. Dudley, Thomas H. 
Lucy, Ruftts S. Downe, Chas J. Marvin, 
John Coleman, Simon D. Hiscock, 
Benjamin F. Livingston, Mark J. Fol- 
som. District 3, Amori Benson, jr. 
Henry Kinsley, William Mullett, Mo- 
ses W. Hooper, Matthew R. Moore, 



Amos Jones, Dennfe Corcoran, James 
E, Murray, David N McClarey, John 
Collier, Stephen E. Day. 
Truant Officers.— Benjamin F. Bridden, 
Thos D. Cook. Abel A. Hildreth, John 
L. Boynton, Isaac Bradford, Amasa 
Benson, jr„ Moses M.Childs. 

Pound- Keepers. 

Geo. W.Ames, Geo. A. Marston, T. J>. 
Cook. 

Coroners. 

Lwther L. Parker, W». W. Wellington 
Edward H. Weston. 

Justices of the Peace and of the 

Quorum. 

Ephraim Buttrick, John S. Ladd, 
James D Green, L. R. Paige, Isaac Liv- 
ermore, Isaae F. Jones, Joseph H.Tyler t 
Bickford Pulsifer jr., H. W. Muzzey. 

Justices of the Peace. 

John N. Barbour, James E. Bates 
John H. Bentley, Marshall T. Bigelow, 
Daniel A. Buckley, John Cahill, Francis 
L. Chapman, Jos. Cutler, Curtis Davis, 
Henderson J. Edwards, John C. Farn- 
ham, Stephen T. Farwell, John J. Fatal, 
Benj. A. Gould. James D. Green, J. Wat- 
son Harris, Chas. W. Hawkes. Henry 
O. Houghton, Peter M. Howard, Joseph 
W. Kinsley, Rufns Lamson. John Liver- 
more, Chas. R. Metcalf, Isaac S. Morse, 
James R. Morse, Henry W. Muzzey, 
Daniel W. Niles, John H. Partridge, 
Geo. F. Plnkam, J. Stacey Read, Chas. 
Theo. Russell, Edward G. Russell, Chas. 
H. Saunders, Geo. S. Saunders, Wm. A. 
Saunders, John A. Smith, Joshua B. 
Smith, Wm. G. Stearns, Atherton H. 
Stevens, Fordyce M. Stimson, Richard 
Stonejiv, Henry Thayer T Henry B.Ward, 
Henry Ware, Emory Washburn, John 
W. Wellman, Benjamin W. Whitney, 
Wm. L. Whitney, Sumner Albee, Geo. P. 
Carter, Josiah G. Chase, Josiah W. 
Cook, Jas. Cox, Watson G. Cutter, Wm. 
F. Engley, Joel W. Fletcher, George H. 
Folger, Hamlin R. Harding, Jos. A. 
Holmes, Jos. G. Holt, John D. Howe, 
Bel a F. Jacobs, Justin J. Jacobs, Wm. 
F. Knowles, Isaac Livermore, John 
Livermore, John S. March, John Mc- 
DufFee, Lucius R. Page, Zebina L. Ray- 
mond, FCdward Richardson, William A 
Richardson, James M. Thresher, Enoch 
H. Wakefield, Benj. Welsh. John W. 
Hammond, Isaac F. Jones, Ell C.Kins- 
ley, John S. Ladd, Lorenzo Marrett, 
Wm. W. Mason, Thomas Mclntire, jr., 
Luther L. Parker, Benjamin R. Rand, 
Charles B. Stevens, Geo. Stevens, John 
T. Wilson, William Wvnian T Wm. Frost, 
Chester W. Kingsley, John S. Ladd, 
Jabez A. Sawyer, Henry F. French, 
Joseph H. Tyler. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer— P. H. Raymond, 20 Jay 
street. 

Assistant Engineers— Thomas J. Casey, 
Cambridge, near Sixth; Joseph H. 
Marvin, Pearl, near Walnut; Albert 
Norris, Western avenue, opposite 
Soden; Edward F. Belcher, Holyoke 
street. 



"SOUVENIR" RAZOR STRAP J ft ^^^SSErSET 



51 Hanover Street, - - Opp. American House. 
KOB ACE PARTRIDGE & CO. 

Importers; Wholesale and Retail Deal is in 

Fine Gold Jewelry, Gold Plated Jewelry 

Whitby and Victoria Jet Jewelry, Shell and Horn and every variety of Jewelry in market. 

FIAE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 

Prom Waltham Watch Company and other American and Foreipii manufacturers. 

CLOCKS IN GREAT VARIETY, 

French Parlor and Mantle ('locks! of a great variety of patterns ; also, Marble, Bronze, 

Itus. wood. Walnut, Mahogany, and other fancy patterns, many of which are 

m ihvfacturcd at <.ar own lactortj, at Bristol, Conn., as well as 

many sty lea Regulators and Uflice Clocks. 

Rronze StaliiHty and Mantel and Clock OniHinrnts lit Variety, 

CCIN-SILVZR FORKS, SFOONS, NAPKIN RINGS, FRUIT KNIVES. &C. 

A full line REKD & BARTON'3, Meriden Silver-Plate CoV, and (.'her Silver-Plated 
Castors, Ice Pitchers, Cake Baskets, Tea Sets, Goblets, Mugs, Cups, Card Baskets, etc. 

Rogers Bros.' best Plated Forks, Spoons, Ladles, <&c. 

And a full line of Plated Ware of every description. Steel and Plated 

TABLE CUTLERY, also POCKET CUTLERY 

In every variety of style ami qnality, of our own importation. Shear-, Scissors, 
etc., a good assortment. 

Ladies' and Gents' Shopping Bags and Wallets, 

Ct every description, of any size, style, color, or at any price or quality. 

HAIR, TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES, LATHER BRUSHES, CLOTH AND 
HAT BRUSHES, FEATHER DUSTERS, WHISK BROOMS, &c. 

SOAPS, 

From Phalon & Son, Jesse Oakley, CoUate and other celebrated Soap Manufacturers, as 
Ca«tiie, Honey, Glycerine; and tine S« aps, as (ash mere, Jjojuet, Aromatic, Rawolle's 
Toilet Glycerine, etc. Also, a few Dozen pots .Jules HauePs celebrated Saponaceous Com- 
pound, (15 \ears old, age warranted), to him who shaves him.-elf it is well worth a trial. 
Price 50 cents per pot. 

PERFUMERY IN GREAT VARIETY, PROM LUBIN DOWN. 

Bohemian, Parian, Lava. China, and other Vases, Toilet Sets, Cologne 
Sets, Match Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Card Baskets, Goblets, &c, &c. 

Manufacturers of Partridge's celebrated "Favorite" South American Earth Pens; also, 
Partridge's celebrated Pin Stuck and Cold Eyed Necd'es, Partridge'* Lead Pencils, John- 
son's Cottage House, Toy Saws and Bucks, &c. 

Toys of Evert/ Description. 

{For detailed account see next page.) 



The Jewelry Department of this House being conducted by BEX J. F. HUNT, JR. FSQ. t 
who is well known in this community, (having been In this establishment for many years, 
customers can rely on any statement in regard to Diamonds,. Jewelry, Watches, or other 
fine goods purchased from him or those in his employ. Diamonds set and Jewelry made 
to order. 

Remember the Place, 

51 HANOVER STREET, . . BOSTON. 

(Directly opp. American House ) 



HORACE PARTRIDGE & CO., 

51 Hanover St., (opp. American House) Host on, 

Importers, Jobbers and Retailers of 

Yankee Notions, Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, 

TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, 

Scissors, Shears, Soaps. Perfumery, Stationery, Wax Beads, Venetian Cat Beads, Seed Beads, 
Basket Beads, Silver and Gold Lined Beads, and Lined Beads of any color, Shopping 
Bags. Wallet?, Dressing Cases, Writing Desks, Jewelry Cases, Work Boxes, 
Hdkf. Boxes, Portfolios, Backgammon Boards, Chess Boards, Chess- 
men, Dominoes, Cribbage Boards, Dice, Dice Cups, Checkers. 

German and French Accord eons, Harmonicas 

Of every style ami quality, some of which are very superior, such as Langhammer, Knit- 
lenger, Concert, Richters, and others. No boy with any taste for music should be allowed 
to grow up without having a good harmonica on which to learn. Music Boxes, tine Plated 
and Lacquered Harps. Horns, Trumpets, &c. Also, 

The Greatest Variety of Toys to lie found in New England, 
Or perhaps in the United States, consisting of Spring Horses, Rocking Horses, Hobby 
Horses, Chair Rockers, Boys' Trucks, Trotting Gigs, 3- Wheel Velocipedes, Wagons, Tip 
Carts. Wheelbarrows, Saw Horses and Saws (new). Sleds any style. Base Balls, Foot Balls, 
Ball Bats. Toy Flags, Bunting Flags, Toy Guns. Drums, Pop Guns, Revolvers, Pistols, 
Canes, Whips, Garden Sets, all kinds Wooden Box Toys, Ten Pins, Villages, Farm Yards, 
Poultry Yards, Soldiers, Furniture, &c. 

Of Games we make a specialty; from Bagatelle Boards. Lozo Pendulum Games, Ring 
Toss. Le Circle, Parchesi, Croquet Sets, Soltaiie Boards, Tivoli Boards, down to the small- 
est size games of everv name and kind. Also, Cubic Picture and Alphabet Blocks, Cran- 
dall's. Johnson's and Hill's Blocks, Excelsior Blocks all kinds. Transparent Slates. Paints, 
Marbles, Dolls, Doll Heads, Doll Hats, Gaiters. Doll Jewelry, Baby Houses and Fixtures 
complete, Doll Bodies, Kid Arms; in fact any kind of a doll to be found in market, from 
the tiuest Fiench Doll, with trosseau, down to the tiniest China babe. 

The Toy Department being under the immediate supervision and direction of D. O. 
GOODRICH, Esq., lormerly well known as the proprietor of the Boston Bazaar, 302 
Washington Street, and the king of the toy trade. 

Whose services have been secured not wholly for show, 
Than whom the wants of the customers better can know — 
For 'tis he's well adapted to deal out the Toys, 
Who takes pleasure in pleasing the girls and the boys. 

Customers can feel assured no pains will be spared to satisfy all their wants in the Toy 
line. Dolls dressed to order, &c. &c. 

Remember the Store, "No. 51 Hanover St., opp. American House, Boston. 



>:flu3lo:e] partridge 

is al-o Proprietor of the 

[fill 1111111© EOTOE., 

Late of Washington Street, and solicits all kinds of Job Printing, which will be done with 
neatness and despatch, at the lo vest rates. This leaf, printed at this Office, of which J. D. 
Bonn'ELL. E-q.. is foreman, will ser.e as a specimen of our work, yet any job any office 
can do. so can we. Give us a call and a j jb, then you can see how it is yourself. Entrance 
53 Hanover Street. 

Also Publisher of the Penny Street BalUds, so universally sold throughout the United 
States and the New Dominion. 

HORACE PARTRIDGE, 

Dealer ir\ Real Estate, ar\d Builder, 

Will sell Building Lots on Jenny Lind Avenue, or on Partridge (proposed) Street, in 
rear of Jenny Lind Avenue: Lots on Broadway; also quite a number very beautiful House 
Lots on land recently purchased by him on Highland Avenue, opposite new High School 
Building and Fire Engine House: lots on Walnut St., Summit, Pleasant. Vinal, and 
Grand View Avenues Also. Dwelling Howes on Jenny Lind Avenue, Somerville; Houses 
in Chelsea, East Boston. East Lenox street, Webster Court, and Columbus Ave., Boston. 

Also, Houses and House Lots in the (new) enterprising village of Wollaston, on Wollas- 
ton Heights, near Quincy, and a mile only from Boston line, on one of the finest locations 
In the United States or perhaps in the woild House lots any size or at any price almost, 
vet all the land is restricted that no objectionable person can get any foothold A great 
inducement to settle there is a free p*ss to and from Boston on O. C. & X. R. R. for three 
years for persons who own a house and live there. 



C. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 Sehiol 

Street Boston. Mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



361 



CAMBRIDGE S. F. ENGINE CO. NO. 1. 

House on Church street, Ward 1. 
John Kinnear, Foreman; Geo. J. Blais- 

dell, Asst. Foreman; Edward E. Priest, 

Engineer; George Cooley, Fireman; 

Hiram W. Hooker, Driver; Jacob A. 

Holt, Driver of Hose Carriage. 

UNION S. F. ENGINE CO., No. T. 

House on Main, nr. "Windsor, Ward 4. 

William B. Cade, Foreman: Charles A. 
Paine, Asst. Foreman; William Niehel- 
fion. Engineer; Amos B.J ar vis, Fire- 
man; John H. Walker, Driver ; Joseph 
P. Cartwright, Driver of Hose Car- 
riage. 

NIAGARA S. F. ENGINE CO., No. 3. 

House on Cambridge, nr. Third, Ward 3. 

William W, Winward, Foreman; Cor- 
nelius J.Donovan, Assistant Foreman; 
Hiram Blood, Engineer; Charles E 



Berry, Fireman; James S. Casey 
Driver; Lorenzo H. Dale, Driver of 
Hose Carriage. 

DANIEL WEBSTER S. F. ENGINE 

CO.. NO. 4. 
House on North Avenue, near Russell, 

Ward 5. 
Daniel O'Connell, Foreman; Dana R. 
Hovey, Asst. Foreman; J. E. Kicker, 
Engineer; A. E. Long. Fireman; Geo. 
T. Presby, Driver; Geo. E. Muzzey, 
Driver of Hose Carriage. 

FRANKLIN HOOK AND LADDER 

CO., No.l. 

House on Main, nr. Winsor, Ward 4. 

James P. Ewell, Foreman; Charles 
Emerson, Assistant Foreman; George 
W. Lamson, Driver of Carriage. 

Relief Engineer— Thomas Wiseman, jr. 

Telegraph Operator— ThomaS J. Leigh- 
ton. 



HARVARD COLLEGE. 



Government. 
CORPORATION. 
Charles William Eliot, LL.D. President. 
John Amory Lowell, LL.D., George 
Putnam, D. D., George Tyler Bigelow, 
LL.D<, Francis Boardman Crownin- 
shield, A M., Nathaniel Thayer, A. M. 
Fellows. 
Nathaniel Silsbee, A. M., Treasurer. 

OVERSEERS. 
The President and Treasurer of the 
University, ex ojficio, and the following 
persons by election: — 
George Washington Copp Noble, A. M. 
William Gray, A. M. 
James Freeman Clarke, D. D. 
Darwin Erastus Ware, LL.B 
Samuel Eliot, LL.D. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson, LL.D. 
Beth Sweetser, D. D. 
Francis Edward Parker, LL.B. 
Henry Lee, A. M. 

Jonathan Ingersoll Bowditch, A. M. 
Ebenezer RoeUwood Hoar, LL.D. 
John Henry Clifford, LL.D., President. 
George Otis Sliattuck, LL.B. 
Theodore Lvraan, S. B. 
Samuel Abbott Green, M. D. 
Edward Everett Hale, A. M. 
William Adams Richardson, A. M. 
Waldo Higginson, A.M. 
Charles Francis Adams, LL.D. 
William Goodwin Russell, LL.B. 
James Walker, D. D., LL.D. 
John Codmaii Ropes, LL.B. 



Martin Brimmer, A. B. 

Henry William Paine, LL.D. 

Phillips Brooks, A. M. 

Stephen Salisbury, A.M. 

George Stillraan Hillard, LL.D. 

Richard Henry Dana, LL.D. 

James Lawrence, A. M. 

Thomas Hill, DD., LL.D. 

Nathaniel Bradstreet .Shurtleff, M. D., 

Secretary. 

OFFICERS. 

Charles William Eliot, LL.D., Presi- 
dent. 

Emory Washburn, LL.D., Busssy 
Professor of Law. 

Nathan CooteyKeep, M. D., D.M. D.. 
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry, and 
Dean of the Dental Faculty. 

Frederick Henry Hedge, D. D., Pro- 
fessor of Ecclesiastical History. 

John Barnard Swett Jackson, M.D.. 
Sliattuck Professor of Morbid Anatomy, 
and Curator of the Anatomical Museum, 

John Langdon Sibley, A. M., Libra- 
rian. 

Andrew Preston Peabody, D. D., 
LL.D., Preacher to the University, 
and Plummer Professor of Christian 
Morals. 

Oliver Stearns, D.D., Parkman Pro- 
fessor of Theology, and Dean of the Di- 
vinity Faculty. 

, Hollis Professor of Di- 
vinity. 

Louis Agazziz, LL.D., Professor o 
Zoology and Geology. 



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Oliver Wendell Holmes, M. D.. Park- 
man Professor of Anatomy and Phy- 
siology. 

Benjamin Pierce. LL.D.. Perkins Pro- 
fessor ol Astronomy and Mathematics. 

Asa Gray, LL. D., Fisher Professor of 
Natural History. 

Thomas Motley, Instructor in Farm- 
ing. 

George Cheyne Shattuck, M, D., Her- 
sey Professor of the Theory and Practice 
ofPhysic. 

Francis Bowen, A. M., Alford Professor 
of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, 
and Civil Polity. 

Joseph Lovering, A. M., Hollis Profes- 
sor of Mathematics and Natural Philos- 
ophy. 

Evangelinus Apostolides Sophocles 
LL.D., University Professor of Ancient, 
Byzantine, and Modern Greek. 

Henry Warren Torrev, A. M., McLean 
Professor of Ancient and Modern His- 
tory. 

Jeffries Wyman, M. D., Hersey Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy. 

, Curator of the Gray Col- 
lection of Engravings. 

Henry Jacob Bigelow,M. D., Professor 
of Surgery. 

Nathaniel Holmes, A. M., Royal Pro- 
fessor of Law. 

George Derby, M. D., Professor o f 
Hygiene. 

John Eugene Tyler, M. D., Professor, 
of Mental Diseases. 

Henry Lawrence Eustis, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Engineering, and Dean of the 
Lawrence Scientific Faculty. 

James Russell Lowell. A. M.. Smith 
Professor of the French and Spanish 
Languages and Literatures, and Profes- 
sor of Beltes-Lettres. 

Josiah Dwight Whitney, LL.D., Stur- 
gis Hooper Professor of Geology, and 
Dean of the Mining Faculty. 

Ezra Abbot, LL.D., Assistant Libra- 
rian. 

Charles Edward Buckingham M. D. 
Professor of Obstetrics and Medical Ju- 
risprudence. 

Hermann August Hagen, M. D.,Pro- 
essor of Entomology. 

Edward Hammond Clarke, M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Materia Medica. 

Francis Minot, M. D., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of the Theory and Practice of Med- 
icine, and Clinical Lecturer on the Dis- 
eases of Women and Children. 

Wolcott Gibbs. M. D., Rumford Pro- 
fessor and Lecturer on the Application 
of Science to the Useful Arts. 

Daniel Denison Stade, M. D., Profes- 
sor of Applied Zoology. 

Francis Parkman, LL.B., Professor of 
Horticulture. 

John Phillips Reynolds, M. D., Instruc- 
tor in Obstetrics. 

Francis James Child. Ph. D., Boylston 
Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory. 

Calvin Ellis, M. D ., Jackson Professor 
of Clinical Medicine, , and Dean of the 
Medical Faculty. 



George Martin Lane, Ph. D., Pope 
Professor of Latin. 

Joseph Winlock, A. M., Director of 
the Observatory, and Phillips Professor 
of Astronomy; and Professor of Geod- 
sey. 

Henry W. Williams, M. D., Professor 
of Opthamology. 

Richard Manning Hodges, M. D., Ad- 
junct Professor of Surgery. 

James Jennison, A. If., Tutor in Elo- 
cution, and Librarian of the Divinity 
School. 

Thomas Henderson Chandler, A. M. 
Adjunct Professor of Mechanical Den- 
tistry. 

Josiah Parsons Cooke, A.M., Erving 
Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy. 
Edward James Young, A. If., Han- 
cock Professor of Hebrew and other 
Oriental Languages, and Dexter Lectur- 
er on Biblical Literature. 

Charles Franklin Dunbar, A. B ., Pro- 
fessor of Political Economy. 

Charles Carroll Everett, D. D., Bussey 
Professor of Theology. 

John Nelson Borland, M. D., Instruc- 
tor in Clinical Medicine. 

William Watson Goodwin, Ph. D., 
Eliot Professor of Greek Literature. 

Christopher Columbus Langdell, A. 
M., Dane Professor of Law, and Dean of 
the Law Faculty. 

Ferdinand Bocher, Professor of Mod- 
ern Languages. 

David Williams Cheever, M. D., Ad- 
junct Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Ephraim Whitman Gurney, A. B., Uni- 
versity Professor of History, and Dean 
of the College Faculty. 
James Mills Peirce, A. M., University 

Professor of Mathematics. 
Ellis Peterson, A. M„ Assistant Profes- 
sor of Philosophy. 
James Clarke White, M. D., Professor of 

Dermatology. 
Edward Barry Dalton, M. D., Instructor 
In the Theory and Practice of Medi- 
cine. 
Francis Humphreys Storer, A. M., Pro- 
fessor of Agricultural Chemistry. 
James Bradstreet Greenough, A. B., 

Tutor in Latin. 
Bennett Hubbard Nash, A. M.. Assistant 

Professor of Italian and Spanish. 
Charles Frederick Hoffmann, Professor 

of Topographical Engineering. 
Arthur Searle, A. M., Assistant in the 

Observatory. 
George Tufton Moffat t, M. I)., D. M. D., 

Professor of Operative Dentistry. 
John Knowles Paine, A. M.. Instructor 

In Music. 
Henry Adams, A. B., Assistant Profes- 
sor of History. 
William Augustus Rogers, A.M., Assist- 
ant Professor of History. 
Francis G.Sanborn, Instructor in En- 
tomology. 
Robert Tliaxter Edes, M. 1)., Assistant 

Professor ol Materia Medica. 
William Everett, A.M., Tutor in Latin 



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Charles Sanders Peirce, S. B., Assistant 
In the Observatory. 

Charles Joyce White, A. M., Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics. 

Raphael Puuipelly, Professor of Mining. 

Thomas Barnes Hitchcock, M. D., D. M. 
D.. Professor of Dental Pathology and 
Therapeutics. 

Henry Pickering Bowditch, M.D., As- 
sistant Professor of Physiology. 

"William Henry Pettee, A.M., Assistant 
Professor in Mining. 

Clement Lawrence Smith, A. M., Tutor 
in Latin. 

John Collins Warren, M. D., Instructor 
in surgery. 

Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, S. B., Pro- 
fessor of Palaeontology. 

John Kichard Dennett, A. B., Assistant 
Professor of Rhetoric. 

Luther Dimmick Shepard, D. D. S., Ad- 
junct Professor of Operative Den- 
tistry. 

John Trowbridge. S.B., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Physics. 

Nathaniel Ware Hawes, Assistant Pro" 
fessor of Operative Dentistry. 

Eeginald Heber Fitz, M. D., Instructor 
in Pathological Anatomy. 

George Herbert Palmer, A. M., Tutor in 
Greek. 

Edwin Pliny Seaver, A. M., Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics. 

Frank Eustace Anderson, A. B., Tutor 
in Greek. 

George Anthony Hill, A. M., Assistant 
Protessor of Physics, and Registrar. 

William Gilson Fallow, M. D., Assistant 
in Botany. 

Thomas Sargeant Perry,A. M., Tutor In 
Modern Languages. 

Charles Loring Jackson, A. M., Assistant 

Professor of Chemistry. 
Edward SticUney Wood, M. D., Assist- 
ant Professor of Chemistry. 

Pierre J ulieu Boris, Instructor in French. 

Albert Henry Tuttle, S. B., Instructor in 
Microscopy. 

James Ban Ames, A. M., Tutor in Mod- 
ern Languages. 

Josiah Calef Bartlett, A. B., Instructor 
in Mathematics. 

Joseph Doddridge Brannan, A. B., In- 
structor in German. 

Arthur Irving Fiske, A. B., Tutor in 
Greek. 

Henry Barker Hill, A. B., Assistant in 
Chemistry. 

Robert Swain Morrison, A. B., Proctor 

James Jefferson Myers, A. B., Instructor 
in Mathematics. 

William Hunter Orcutt, A. B., Proctor. 
Francis Greenwood Peabody, A. B., 

Proctor. 
Joseph Bangs Warner, A. B., Proctor. 



George Huntington Adams, A. B. 
Proctor. 

Charles Edward Munroe, S. B., Assistant 
in Chemistry. 

Edward Burgess, A. B., Proctor. 

Henry Nathan Wheeler, A. B., Proctor. 

George T.Dippold, Instructor in Ger- 
man. 

George Dexter, A. M., Steward. 

James Winthrop Harris, Secretary. 

Amory Thompson Gibbs, A.M., Assist- 
ant Secretary . 

Abraham Walter Stevens, Librarian of 
the Law School. 

Joseph Herbert Senter, Assistant in the 
General Library . 

Arthur Gorham Davis, Treasurer's 
Book-keeper. 

Annual Appointments, for 1871 
and 1871. 

UNIVERSITY LECTURERS. 
Ezra Abbott, LL.D., on the Sources, 
Principles, aud History of the Textual 
Criticism of the New Testament; 
Samuel Elliot, LL.D., of Boston, on the 
Historv of the XlXth Century ; Oliver 
Wendell Holmes, Jr., LL.B., of Boston 
on Jurisprudence; Charles Callahan 
Perkins, A. M., ot Boston, on the His- 
tory of the Italian Art; John Latarge, 
of Newport, on Composition in Art; 
William H. Brewei , of Yale College, on 
the Botany of the Pacific States; John 
Bulkley Perry, A. M.,on the Lite of the 
Primordial Era; Joel Asaph Allen, on 
Ornithology. 

LECTURERS IN THE DIVINITY 

SCHOOL. 
John Hopkins Morison, D. D., of Mil- 
ton, on the Epistles; Samuel Kirkland 
Lothrop, D. 1)., of Boston, on the His- 
tory of Congregationalism; Rufus 
Ellis. A.M., of Boston, on the Moral 
Evidence of Christianity. 

LECTURERS IN THE LAW SCHOOL 
George Tyler Bigelow, LL.D., of Bos- 
tou on Marine Insurance; Charles 
Smith Bradley, LL.D., of Prov- 
idence, R.I., on Corporations; Nicholas 
St. John Green, LL. B., of Cambridge, 
on Criminal Law and Torts; John 
Lathrop, LL.B., of Boston, on Shipping 
and Admiralty ; John Chipmau Gray, 
Jr., LL.B., on Conflict of Laws. 

LECTURERS IN THE MEDICAL 

SCHOOL. 
Clarence John Blake, M. D., of Boston, 
on Otology; John Orne Greene, M. D., 
of Boston, on Otology; Francis Boott 
Greenough, of Boston, on Syphilis. 

LECTUREBS IN THE DENTAL 
SCHOOL. 
Edward Augustus Bogue, M. D.. of New 
York, on Dental Pathology and Thera- 
peutics; Ira Allen salmon, D. D. S., 
on Operative Dentistry. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Henry 0. Houghton, Chairman. 
William W. Wellington, Secretary. 
Edwin B. Hale, Superintendent. 
"Ward 1. Andrew P. Peabody, Henry P. 

Walcott, Alexander McKeuzie. 
Ward 2. Kinsley Twining, Edward R. 

Cogswell, Henry Hinckley. 
Ward 3. Charles J. Mclntire, George H. 

Miner, Anson P. Hooker. 
Ward 4. Austin J. Coolidge, William 

A. Munroe, George R. Leavitt. 
Ward5. George W. Park, Philip K. 

Ammidou, William A. Start. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 
Corner Broadway and Favette Street. 
Teachers— Lyman R. Williston, Wil- 
liam F. Bradbury, John Orue, jr. Theo- 
dore P. Adams, Edward A. Otis, Mary 
F. Peirce, Emma A. Scudder, Eliza- 
beth M. Fesseuden, Hannah Gleason, 
A. L. Brigham. 

ALLSTON. 
Boardman Street. 
Benjamin W. Roberts, Lizzie B. Win- 
nett. Sarah Ellen Hearsey, Emma F. 
King, Sarah L. Roberts, Mary L. Gam- 
well, Isabel E. Bellman, Lucia E. 
Whiting. Susan H. Ricker, Sarah J. 
Hincklev. Mary E. Woodbridge, Hattie 
E. Keith, Georgie M. Barbour. 

HARVARD. 
Inman Street, corner of Broadway. 

Aaron B. Magoun, Catharine Richard 
son, H. Augusta Dod#e, Ada H. Wel- 
lington, Mary E. Wyeth, Lydia S. 
King, Susan F. Athearn, Louise D. 
Bullard, Margaret B. Wellington, 
Helen J. Ward CFriroary.) 
PUTNAM. 
Corner Fourth and Otis Streets. 

Francis Cogswell, Sarah If. Bumhum, 
Anna B. Josselvn, Maria E. Spare, 
Lizzie A. Winward, Minnie E. Metcalf, 
Ella H. Grieves, Mary H. Chadbourne, 
Sarah C. Carlton, Frances E. Pendex- 
ter, Harriet A. Butler, Alice J. Win- 
ward, Carrie F. Noyes. 

SHEPARD. 

North Avenue. 
Daniel B. Wheeler, Emma M. Taylor, 
Sara J. French, Mary C.Cook, H. Fs- 
telle Varney. Sara A. Rand, Julia H. 
Osgood, He'urietta Harris, Fanny E, 
M. Dennis, Charlotte A. Ewell, Adelia 
Dunham. 

THORNDIKE. 

Thorndike Street. 
Ruel H.Fletcher. Anna M. Averill, En 
nice B. Dyer. Martha A. Martin, Ella 
W.Clark," Ruth 11. Faxon, Jeanie A 
Norris, Marv E. Nason, Ellen X. Par 
ker. Helen L. Shepard, Mary E. Hart- 
well. 

WASHINGTON. 
Brattle Street. 
Daniel Mansfield. Lucy A. Downing, 
Adeline M.Ireson, Catharine P. Green, 



Abby M.Webb, Mary E. Lord, Ade- 
laide A. Keith, Adelaide A. Keeler, 
Emma F. Veazie, Hattie F. Neally. 

WEBSTER. 

Webster Street. 
Alvah C. Smith, Eliza R. Brackett, Lfl- 
Chle C. Bancroft, Eliza D. Fisher, Jane 
Dallinger. Helen J. .Maiers, Louise C. 
D. Harlow, Isabel B. Merrill, Gertrude 
A. Hyde, Esther F. Haiiuuni, busau E . 
Merrill, Eliza E. Williams, Mary W. 
Perkins. 

BOARDMAN. 
Windsor Street. 
Mary F. Emerson, Mary F. Stewart, 
Mary A. Lewis, Sarah E. Stewart, Ada 
W. Baker, Fanny A. Cooke, Nettie 
Sargent, Augusta L. Balch. 

BRIDGE. 
Pioneer Street. 
Elizabeth E. Dallinger, Emily C. Dal- 
linger. 

CITY. 
Almshouse. 
Kate D. Richardson. 

DANA. 
Centre Street. 
Abby A. Lewis, Maria F.Williams, Ellen 
A. Cheney. 

DUNSTER. 

Concord Avenue. 

Sarah B. Waltt, Susan E. Wyeth, Mary 

L. Bullard, Mary E. Smallidge. 

FELTON. 

Amory Street. 

Juliet F. Sumner, Martha A. Culver. 

Sarah H. Chase. 

GANNETT. 
Columbia Street. 
Sarah J. A. Davis, - Lucy C. Wyeth, 
Jeanie L. Richardson, Annie F. Hard- 
ing. 

HOLMES. 
Hilliard Street. 
Marianne M. Webb, Eunice W. Field, 
Julia H.Kimball. 

LECH MERE. 
North Third Street. 
Martha J. Avery, Emma R. Knights. 
MASON. 
Front Street. 
M. Lizzie Evans, Julia E. Murdock. 
OTIS. 
Otis Street. 
Abby S. Taylor, Lydia A. Whitcher, 
Susan M. Pendexter, Martha H. But- 
ler, Ellen N. Pike, Luvia Gooduow, 
Annie Kuapp, Emma C. Barrett. 

QUINCY. 

Mason Street. 
Charlotte E. Jewell, Helen E. Morey. 

REED. 

Reed Street. 
Lucy T. Sawyer, Evelyn A. Sawyer, 
Martha C. Dickman, Elizabeth A. 
Tower. 



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SARGENT. 
Broadway. 
Anna M. Harrod, Frances J. Harrod. 
Helen M. Kelley, Priscilla L. Lothrop. 

WILLARD. 
Dana Square. 
Mary A. Tarbell, Mary E. Sawyer, Anna 
S. Lamson, Susan If. Cochrane, Kate 
M. Lowell, Fanny E. Cooke, Amelia 
Wright, H. Flora Hannuin. 

TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Putnam Street. 
Anna C. Sullivan, Emma F. Munroe 
(Training), M. Etta Arkerson, Ella C. 
Whitney (Primary). 

DRAWING SCHOOL. 
Story B. Ladd, F. N. Footman. 



Teacher of Singing— Nathan Lincoln. 
The Salaries are as follows:— 

High School— Master, $4,000; Hopkins 
Classical Teacher. $2,500; Sub-masters, 
1st year, $1,800. subsequently. $2,000; 
First Female Assistant, $1,000: other 
Female Assistants, 1st year, $700, sub- 
sequently, $800. 

Grammar Schools— Masters. 2.000; As- 
sistants. 1st year. $500, 2nd year, $600, 
subsequently, $700. 

Primary Schools— 1st year, $500, 2nd 
year, 600, subsequently, $700. 

Teacher of Singing— $2,000. 

Superintendent of Schools, $3,000 



INSURANCE COMPANIES, BANKS, AND CORPO- 
RATIONS. 



INSURANCE COMPANY. 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO. 
555 Main, cor. Norfolk street. ' 

Amount at risk, Oct. 2nd, 1871, $4,037,115- 

Cash assets; $63,649.30. 

Liabilities, none. 

Josiah W. Cook, President; John A. ( 
Smith, Secretary and Treasurer; Josiah ' 
W. Cook.Rufus Lamson, Josiah Bur- 
rage, Jacob Eaton, Joseph A. Holmes, 
James H.Thayer, James H. Sparrow , 
Dr. Henry Thayer Wm. J. Marvin , 
Directors. 



BANKS. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT 
BANK. 



NATIONAL 



(Formerly Cambridge Bank). 585 Main 
6t. near Essex. Capital, $100,000. 

R. Douglass, President; Seymour B. 
Snow, Cashier; Chas. W. Brown. Mes- 
senger ; Robert Douglass, Ira Stratton, 
Asa P. Morse, L. R. Paige, Alexander 
Dickinson, Martin L. Smith, Directors 
Discount day, Monday. 

CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS BANK. 

Open every week-day from 9 tol o'clock' 

at Charles River National Bank. 

Stephen T. Faiwell, President; Abe' 
Willard, J. B. Dai a. Wm. A. Saunders. 
A.S. Waltt, Vice-Presidents; Francis L 
Chapman. Marshall T. Bigelow, William 
Wright, Albert Stevens, James H. Wyeth 
Orrin Hall. Chas. H. Saunders, J. C. 
Famliam, M. Norton, Sam'l B. Rindge, 
S. K. Woodbridge, Geo. L. Foote, Trus- 
tees. S. T. Farwell, A. S. Waitt, Albert 
Stevens, William Wright, James H. Wy- 
eth, J.C. Farnham. C. H. Saunders, G. 
L. Foote, Board of Investment. James 
H. Wyeth, Secretary, Eben Snow, Treas- 

rer. 



CAMBRIDGEPORT SAVINGS BANK. 
Main near Essex street. Incorporated 
1853. 
Benjamin Tilton, President. Geo. C. 
Richardson. Robert Douglass, John Sar- 
gent, Vice-Presidents, D. U. Ch.'mber- 
lin, Secretary, E. Hyde, Treasurer. De-» 
posits received and other business trans- 
acted every day from 9 to 1 o'clock. Rates 
of interest 6 per cent. Moneys deposited 
are put upon interest the third Wednes- 
day of every month. 

EAST CAMBRIDGE FIVE CENT 
SAVINGS BANK. 
Cambridge, comer Second st. Incorpo- 
rated May, 1854 

George Stevens, President. H. N. 
Hovey, John S. Ladd and Lewis Halll 
Vice-Presidents. Lorenzo Marrett, Sec- 
retary. John Savage jr., Treasurer. De- 
posits from five cents to one thousand 
dollars, received every day from 9 to 1 
o'clock. Samuel Slocomb, George W. 
Fifield, Lorenzo Marrett, K. S. Chaffee, 
Joseph H. Trier, Isaac F. Jones, Silas B* 
Buck, John H. Leighton, James M. Price, 
T. S. Hudson and J. M. Tyler, Trustees, 

CORPORATIONS. 

CAMBRIDGE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY. 

Reuben E. Demmon, President. Estes 
Howe, Treasurer. F.T.Stevens, Clerk. 
Joseph H.Tyler, Caleb C.Allen, William 
A. Saunters, R. E. Demmon. Estes 
Howe, Directors. Dividends paid 1st of 
April and 1st of October. Office, Harvard 
square, Cambridge. 

Cars leave Harvard square, for Boston, 
via. Main street, at 5.30 A. M., and every 
7 minutes, until 11.30 P. M. via. Broad- 
way, 5 minutes before and 25 minutes 
past the hour, via. East Cambridge, 20 
minutes before and 10 minutes past the 



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THE 

First National Bank, 

OP CAMBRIDGE, 

Formerly Harvard Bank. 
Incorporated 1861. Re -organized 1864. 



Capital, $200,000. 

BENJAMIN TILTON, President. 

W. A. BULLARD, Cashier. A. F. LUKE, Messenger. 

DIRECTORS. 

BENJ. TILTON, NEWELL BENT, 

EDW. HYDE, LEWIS COLBY, 

D. U. CHAMBERLIN, CALEB WOOD. 

Discount Day, Monday. 

LOCATED ON MAIN ST., COR. PROSPECT. 

THE 

Charles River National Bank, 

OP CAMBRIDGE. 

Incorporated 1832. Re-organized 1864. 



Capital, $100,000. 

SAMUEL B. RINDGE, President. 

EBEN SNOW, Cashier. 
WILLIAM M. SNOW, Clerk and Messenger. 

DIRECTORS. 

SAMUEL B. RINDGE, WM. T. RICHARDSON, 

OLIVER HASTINGS, ABEL WILLARD, 

J. B. DANA. 
Discount, Every Day. 

LOCATED AT No. 1 HARVARD ROW. 



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Lechmere National Bank. 

Cambridge Street, cor. of Second, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

Incorporated 1853. Re-organized March, 1865. 



Capital, $150,000. 



LEWIS HALL, President. 

J. E. STONE, Cash. O. B. STONE, Clerk $ Messenger. 

DIRECTORS, 

LEWIS HALL, K. S. CHAFFEE, 

A. C. SANBORN, THOMAS DANA, 

SAMUEL SLOCUM, S. B. RINDGE, 

FRANCIS DRAPER. 

Discount Day, Monday. 

Cambridge National Bank, 

59 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Organized June 1, 1864. 



Capital, $100,000. 

D. R. SORT WELL, President. 

J. C. BULLARD, Cashier. F. A. SHERIFF, Messenger. 

DIRECTORS. 

D. R. SORTWELL, J. N. MERIAM, 

J. H. TYLER, THOS. CUNNINGHAM, 

C. J. ADAMS, I. TIBBETTS, 

J. A. WELLINGTON. 

Discount Day, Tuesday. 



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hour. Last car leaves Boston. 12 P.M. 
Sunday, first car for Boston, at 8 A. M. 
Last, "at 10 P. ML For Mt. Auburn, via. 
Brattle street, on the hour and half hour; 
via. Garden street, 15 minutes before and 
15 minutes past every hour. For Water- 
town, half past every hour. For North 
Avenue, every 15 minutes, 20 and 5 min- 
utes before, and 10 and 25 minutes past 
everv hour. For Arlington 20 minutes 
before every bo ur. Cars leave Cam- 
bridgeport for Newton Corner, 10 min- 
utes before every hour. For Brighton, 
10 minutes before and 20 minutes past 
every hour. 

UNION RAILWAY COMPANY. 

K. S. Chaffee, President. Estes Howe. 
Treasurer. F. T. Stevens, Clerk. J. C- 
Stiles. Superintendent. H. H. Stimpson, 
Geo. P. Carter, Edwin Dresser. Knowl- 
tonS. Chaffee, James C. Fiske, Samuel 
B . Rindge, William A. Saunders, Jas. W. 
Emerv, Joseph H. Converse, Estes 
Howe, Directors. Office, Harvard sq., 
Cambridge. 

CAMBRIDGE GAS-LIGHT COM- 
PANY. 

Capital $450,000. 
A. E.Hildreth, President: EstesHowe, 
Treasurer; C. C. Allen, Henry Potter. 
Charles H. Saunders, T. L. Smith. J. M 
Tyler, A. E. Hildreth, Estes Howe, Di- 
rectors. 

NEW ENGLAND GLASS COMPANY. 
North Street. Office, 7 Federal street, 

Boston. 

Incorporated February 16. 1S18. Amount 

of Capital. $500,000. 

Samuel D. Warren. President. Andrew 

T. Hall, Treasurer, Henry Whitney, 

Agent 

BAY STATE GLASS COMPANY. 

Bridge street, East Cambridge. 

Incorpora ted 1S51. Capital, $150,000. 

Thomas Dana. President. Samuel Slo- 

comb. Treasurer. Geo. B. Fowle, Agent. 

N. L\ Brooks, Clerk. 

MASS. FRUIT PRESERVING COM- 
PANY. 

Geo. B. Loring, President ; Charles M. 
Hovev, Vice-President; N. C. Pike, 
Treasurer; E.S.Converse. Clerk; Geo. 
B. Loring, C. M. Hovey, Daniel Need- 
ham. E. S. Converse, Geo. B. Wilbur, 
Thomas Cushing, A. Dickinson, Di- 
rectors. 

REVERSIBLE COLLAR COMPANY 
Arrow, near Main street. 

Geo. K. Snow, President; George N. 
March, Treasurer. Office of Treasurer, 
15 State street, Boston. Geo. H. Dicker- 
man, Delano March, P.Pierce, Solomon 
S. Gray, James A. Woodbury, Geo. N. 
March and Geo. K.Snow, Directors. 

POST OFFICES. 

CAMBRIDGE. 

Harvard sq.. Lyceum building. 

G.M.Osgood, P. M. 

Mails leave 7.20, hourly, during the 

day. Last mail 7«60 P. M. Mails arrive 



and 7.50 P. Iff.; California mails at 6.20 
P. M.; Foreign mails the days previous 
to the steamers' sailing, at 6.20 P. M . 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

559 Main. 
John McDuffie, P. M. 
Mails, 7.30 hourly during the day. 
EAST CAMBRIDGE. 
Third street, near the corner or Cam- 
bridge street. 
Mrs. M. A. Langley, P. M. 
Mails leave at 6.40, S.35, A.M., 12.10, 
2.40. 6.25. P. M. Arrive, 6.45, 9.15, A. M ., 
12.15,3.15,6.15, P. M. 

MOUNT AUBURN CEMETERY. 
Located in Cambridge and Watertown 

Incorporated in 1SU. New Charter 
1835. Area, about 132 acres. There are 
about 4150 private lots. 

John T. Bradlee, 134 State street. Bos- 
ton, President. S. Batchelder. jr.. office 
16 Pemberton sq., Boston, Sec. H. B. 
Mcintosh, 16 Pemberton sq. Boston, 
Treas. C. W. Folsom. Superintend- 
ent, at the Cemetery. John T. Bradlee, 
Nathl. J. Bradlee, Alfred T. Turner, 
Thomas Iff. Brewer, William Perkins, 
Isaac Livermore, Samuel T. Snow. Jacob 
Bigelow, James L. Litlle. Edward Law- 
rence. Charles F. Choate. Trustees. 
The Trustees meet monthly at 16 Pem- 
beiton square. Annual meeting of the 
Proprietors on the first Monday in Feb- 
ruary. The Superintendent may be 
found at the Cemetery, except on Satur- 
day mornings, when he is in attendance 
at the office of the Corporation, in Bos- 
ton. Tickets of admission for carriages 
maybe obtained of the Secretary, at 61 
Pemberton square, Boston. 

CAMBRIDGE CEMETERY. 

Established in 1853. 
His Honor, the Mayor, ex officio 
Chairman. Charles M. Hovey. Daniel 
U. Chamberlin, J. C. Farnham, Z. L. 
Ravmond, G. S. Saunders, J. M. Tyler, 
Commissioners. James K. Farwell,, 
Superintendent. 

MASOXIC EOWGES. 

AMICABLE LODGE. 

Meets the first Thursday evening of 
every month at Masonic Hall, Cam- 
bridgeport. 

Officers— Leander M. Hannum, W. M.; 
True Scales. S. W.; Saml. 1). Young, I . 
W.; J. C. Wellinton, Treas.; Charles 
Tufts, Sec; Wm. L. Lathrop, T. 1).; 
(not appointed) I. D.; Thomas Allan, 
S.S.; I. F. Giles. I. S.: Beni. F. Bowles, 
Chaplain; Geo. B. Eaton. Marshall; 
EbenTowle. Tvler; CM Davison. Sen- 
tinel; Charles H. Danforth, Chorister. 

PUTNAM LODGE. 

Meets at Odd Fellows Hall. Cambridge 
street, on the 'third Monday of every 
month. 

Bro. Charles H. Atwood, W. M.; Bro* 
B. F. Atwood, S. W.: Bro. George H- 



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cox, J. D.; Bro. Rev. Pliny Wood, Chap- 
lain; Bro. John McBav, S. S.; Bro. \Y. 
H. Pettingill, jr. J.S.; Bro. Henry C. 
Buss, Marshal: Bro. G. Dexter Eaton, 
Tyler; Bro. Hollis Gould, I. S.; Bro. S. 
Lenfest, Chorister. 

MIZPAH LODGE. 

George H. Folger, W. M.; George P. 
Carter, S.W.; George E. Ryder, J. W.: 
Daniel U. Chamberlain, Treas.; William 
Page, Secretary. 

CHARITY LODGE. 

North Cambridge. 
Officers not received. 

CAMBRIDGE ROYAL ARCH 
CHAPTER. 
Officers not received. 



I. O. of O. F. 

CHARLES RIVER ENCAMPMENT, 
NO. 22. 

Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Main street, 

Cambridgeport, on the First and 

Third Friday of every month. 

D. E. Frazier, C. P.; K.D.Sargent, 
H.P.; A.K.Smith, S. W.; J.Phillips 
"White, Scribe; Eben Maynard, Treas.; 
1. F. Brackett, J. W. 

FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 20. 

Meets every Monday evening at Odd 

Fellows Hall, Main street, Cam- 

bridgeport. 

Kimball D. Sargent, N. G.; Henry A. 
Hunting, V. G.; Seymour B. Snow, 
Treasurer; Ai Rollins. Recording Sec; 
George G. Belcher, Permanent Secre- 
tary. 

HAWKINS LODGE. 

Independent Order of Good Templars # 
Geo. C Bostwick. W.C.T.; Mrs. Au- 
gusta Perkins, W.V.T.; Wm. M. Cot- 
ton. W. S.; John D. Robinson, W. A. S.; 
Hector Bell, W. F.S.; John Perkins, 
Treasurer; R. S. Cook, Chaplain? Geo. 
Coombs, W. S. G. $ Thos. Liddey, W. O. 
G. Flora Shorten and Alma Thompson, 
Supporters. 

NEW ENGLAND ENCAMPMENT 

NO. 34. 

Instituted, 1865. 

Hall, 55 Cambridge street. Meetings 1st 

and 3d Wednesdays ol each month. 

Officers not received. 

NEW ENGLAND LODGE, NO. 4. 
Instituted, 1827. 

Hall, 55 Cambridge street. Meetings 
every Friday evening. 



CHURCHES. 

FIRST PARISH IN CAMBRIDGE- 
UNITARIAN. 
Organized February 11, 1636. 
Harvard square, Harvard College. 
, Pastor; Joseph R. Rich- 
ards, Wm. It. Norcross, Richard Stone, 
jr., Edwin A. Abbott, Charles E. Vaughn, 
Board of Assessors and Standing Com- 
mittee; L. S. Jones, J. T. G.Nichols, 
Hersey B. Goodwin. Board of Auditors; 
F. Perrin, Supt. of S. School; C. R. Met- 
calf. Deacon; Bryant Walker, Sexton 
(h. Brattle, opp. School ct.) ; U.Tracy 
Howe, Treasurer; Charles C. Read, 
Clerk. 

CHRIST CHURCH-EPISCOPAL. 

Organized October 16, 1761 Incorporated 

June 25, 1794. 

Garden street. 

Nicholas Hoppin, D. D. Rector; Sanil 
Batchelder, jr. and J. Gardner White' 
Wardens; George Dexter (residence 
Buckingham), Clerk and Treasurer; H. 
H. Stiiupson, G. L. Foote, E. D. Harris, 
Geo. Dexter, Jas, H. Wyeth. Joseph F. 
Greenough, William A. Herrick, Theo. 
A. Dodge, Vestrymen; John Gibson, 
Sexton, h. Eustis ct. near Oxford street. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT PARISH- 
UNITARIAN. 

Church dedicated January 1, 1807. 
Parish incorporated March 1, 1808 
Austin street. 
Rev. George W. Briggs, D. D., Pastor. 
Geo. H. Folger, Chairman Parish Com- 
mittee. Henry D. Forbes, Treasurer; 
Alanson Bigelow, jr., Clerk; Samuel F. 
Hunt, Sexton, resides 10 Front street. 

FIRST BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

Organized Dec. 17, 18.7. 

Incorporated February 8, 1819. 

Magazine, junction of River. 

Pastor; J. A. Holmes 



UNITED NO. 7, T. OF H. 
Instituted, 1859. 



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Hall in Bank building, Cambridge, cor 

Second. P. O. address, W. R., 

United No. 7, T. of H. & T., East 

Cambridge, Mass. 



Clerk: R. O. Fuller, Treasurer; John H 
Marcy, iSexton; M. L. Smith. Albert 
Vinal, N. C. Lombard. Josiah Bmrage, 
James Greenough, F. M.Holmes, R. O. 
Fuller, Chas. W. Payne, Joseph Good- 
now, Trustees; N. C. Lombard, Clerk of 
Trustees; A. Vinal, Treasurer. 

FIRST UNIVERSAL1ST SOCIETY. 
CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
Incorporated, February 9, 1S22. 
Rev. Benj. F. Bowles, Pastor. Daniel 
H. Thurston, Chairman. Chas. J. Peters, 
Samuel L. Montague, Jos. Whittemore, 
George C. Howlett. Standing Committee. 
Sainl. A. King, Treasurer. John JI. 
Davis, Clerk. Enoch J. Howlett, Sex- 
ton, resides Washington, corner of Pine. 

SECOND UNIVERSAL 1ST SOCIETY 
OF CAMBRIDGE. 

Incorporated February 11, 1823. 
Otis, near Fifth street. East Cambridge* 

, Pastor ; W. A. Hunnewell 

Treasurer; Jonas Woodard. Modera- 
tor; David Proudfoot. Clerk; F. V. B. 
Kern, James B. Rice, jr., William Dailey, 
B. F.Davis. B. S. Hamill, Caleb B. Biad- 
bury, standing Committee; Calvin S. 
Smith, resides o5 Spring. 



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TIRST METHODIST RELIGIOUS 

SOCIETY— E. CAMBRIDGE. 

Organized, July 28,1823, 

Incorporated, June 14, 1843. 

Cambridge street, cor. Third. 

Tier. W. P. Ray Pastor; H. N. Hovey, 

Chairman of the Trustees. H. Leonard,. 

Treasurer; Robert Gould, Clerk. 

THIRD CONGREGATIONAL SO- 
CIETY, UNITARIAN. 
Incorporated, June 15, 1827. 
Third, corner Thorndike street. 
Rev. Samuel W McDaniel, Pastor; 
Benj. R. Rand, Treasurer; Henry B. 
Leighton, Clerk; James Hunter, Sex- 
Ion; Geo. Stevens (Chairman). Samuel 
Slocomb, Daniel P, Camming*, Fred. 
Goodleilow, John H, Leighton, Silas B. 
Buck, A. ASden, Benj. K. Rand, Chas. B. 
Stevens, Geo. B. Hamlin, Adolph Vogl, 
Luther L. Parker, Standing Committee. 

SECOND BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

Organized, Sept. 3, 1827. 
Incorporated, March 27, 1833. 

Cambridge, cor. Fourth. 
Rev. Geo. H. Miner, Pastor. Isaec Fl 
Jones, Clerk. Enos W, Reed, Treas. 
Henry S. Hills, Chairman Standing Com- 
mittee. Wm. B. Savage, Secretary. 
H. S. Hills, D. Gra»t, W. B. Savage, 
Deacons. John R. Taylor, Supt. of 
Sabbath School. 

FIRST EVANGELICAL CHURCH- 
CONGREGATIONAL. 
Organized, September 20, 1827, 
Rev. Kinsley Twining, Pastor; Caleb 
H. Warner, Sumner Albee, William 
Davis, Lucas B. Grover, Henry N.Tllton, 
Deacons', John Savage, jr., Treasurer. 
James C. Wilder, Sexton. 

SHEPARD CONGLEGATIONAL SO- 

CIETY^Trinitarian. 

Organized, 1829. 

EVANGELICAL CONGREGATIONAL 

SOCIETY. 

Organized, Sept. 8, 1842. South Second 

Street. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH— EPISCOPAL. 
Organized October 27, 1842. 
Main street, corner Vernon. 
Rev. Edwin B. Chase, Rector; Ed- 
ward R. Coggswell and William W. Dal- 
linger, Wardens ; Dana W.Hyde, Clerk ; 
Wm. W. Dallinger, Treasurer; George 
J. Sutton, Sexton; Justin A. Jacobs, 
Wm. Whitman, John. S. Stafford, Robt. 
Lipsett, Geo. Weymouth.and Henry A. 
Scranton, Vestrymen. 

SECOND METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
SOCIETY. 

Organized 1842. Incorporated, March 
26, 1845. 
Harvard street. 
Ira M.Bldwell, Pastor; H. O. Hough- 
ton, J.R. Farwell, Geo. King, R. Tute, 
Aug. Hovey, J. Lowe, J. E. Burpee, W. 
H. Nichols, L.L. Tower, Trustees; Jehn 
A. Bovyer, Lucius Buck, I. N. Harding, 
G. C. W. Fuller, E. G. Sanger, H. O. 
Marey, W. H.Nile*, S. L. Ward, Stew- 
ards; W. H. Miller, Whittier, John 

A. Bovyer, Leaders; G. C. W. Fuller 
Treasurer; Samuel L. Ward, Secretary 



OLD CAMBRIDGE BAPTIST SO- 
CIETY. 

Church constituted, Aug. 20th, 1844. 

Becks Park, bet. Main and Harvard 1 . 

Rev. C. W. Anable, Pastor; Josla 
Coolidge, J.B.Dana, Wm.T. Richard- 
son, Deacons; J. B.Dana, Treasurer; 
John G. Barker, Clerk; J. Warren Mer- 
rill, Chairman of Prudential Committee; 
James B. Hutchinson, Sexton, resides 
Mason street, Arthur Hodges, Supt. S. 
S. O. T. Boyd, Assistant. 

LEE ST. CHURCH— Unitarian. 
Organized, March 17. 1847. 

J. P. Bland, Pastor; C.W.Welling- 
ton, Chairman Standing Committee; 
George B. Eaton, Treasurer and Col- 
lector; Thos. Boyd, Clerk; Wm. H. 
Brooks, Chairman of Parish Committee ; 
A. B. Harlow, Sexton, resides Hancock 
street. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH-RomaB 

Catholic. 

Dedicated, December 25, 1849. 

Concord avenue, Observatory Hill. 

Rev. Manasses P.Dougherty, Pastor; 

Robert J. Johnson, Assistant Pastor: 

John CoD»olly, Sexton, house, Conrjra 

avenue. 

ALLEN STREET CONGREGATIONAL 

SOCIETY. 
Organized, 1851. Alien, corner Orchard. 

NORTH CAMBRIDGE BAPTIST 

SOCIETY. 

Organized March 22, 1854. 

North avenue. 

William S. Apsey, Pastor; Henry R. 

Glover, Chairman Board of Assessors; 

Warren Sanger, Clerk; Henry C. Rand, 

Treasurer; Nathan Wilson, Sexton. 

NORTH AVENUE ORTHODOX CON- 
GREGATIONAL SOCIETY. 
Organized as the Holmes Church, Sept. 
23, 1857. Name changed, Aug. 17, 1866, 
North avenue, cor. Roseland street. 
Rev. David O. Mear», Pastor; Wm. F. 
Richardson, Daniel Fobes, Wm. P. Hay- 
ward, Henry M. Bird, Deacons; John 
Harrington, Clerk; Fiank E. Wbitcomb, 
Sexton. 

BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH. 
Organized May 9th, 1865. 

Rev. Henry Hinckley, Pastor; Jacob 
Eaton and Josiah Sparrow, Deacons; 
G. A. Puffer, Clerk; Jacob Eaton, Treas- 
urer; Jaeob Eaton, Josiah Sd arrow, 
Benj. Conant, Jas. Mellen, S D. Fuller, 
Geo. Bird, C. L. Fessenden, S. Child*, 
and G. A. Puffer, Trustee*. 

ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Organized, 1866. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOCIETY. 

Organized, March 7, 1808. North ave., 
n. Jarvis »treet. 

ST. MARY'S.— Roman Catholic. 

Dedicated, Feb. 1868. Harvard, corner 

Norfolk street. 



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ST. JOHN'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL - 

Episcopal. 

Cor 8 aerated, November 19, 1869. 

Brattle, near Mason. 

The property of the trustees of the 

Episcopal Theological School. Rev 

John S. Stone, D. D.,Dean; Wm. Brunt, 

Sexton, house Wil lard street. 

PILGRIM CONGREGATIONAL 
CHURCH. 

Organized in 1865 as the Stearns Chapel, 

Incorporated April 14th, 1871. 
Church Building, corner Magazine and 
Cottage streets. 
Rev. George R. Leavitt, Pastor; John 
N. Meriam and Edward Kendall, Dea- 
cons; James H. Sparrow, Clerk; Ed- 
ward Kendall, Treasurer; Aaron Brad- 
shaw, Auditor; Rev. G. R. Leavitt, John 
N. Meriam, Edward Kendall, Samuel 
Palmer, Lyman G. Case, Geo. D. Cham- 
berlain, Aaron Bradshaw, Benj. R. Til- 
ton, Geo. H. Rugg, James H. Sparrow, 
Church Committee and Board of Asses- 
sors. 

SOCIETIES. 

THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 

THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL OP 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Located on Brattle, cor. Irving place 

Officers— Board of Trustees— Edward S. 
Rand, Pres . Robert C. Winthrop, John 
P. Putnam, Amos A. Lawrence, James S. 
Amory. A. A. Lawrence, Treasurer. 

Board of Visitors— The Rt. Rev. Man 
ton Eastburn, D. D ., ex officio President 
Rev. J. S. Copley Greene, Win. R. Nich- 
olson, D. D., E. M. P. Wells, 1). D., Jos 
Story Fay, Robert M. Mason, George C. 
Shattuck, M. D. 

Faculty— Rev. John S. Stone, 1). D. 
Dean, and Professor of Theology; Rev 
Francis Wharton, D. D., Professor of 
Liturgies, &c; Rev. P. M. steeustra. 
Prof, of Biblical Interpretation; Rev. 
Alexander V. G. Allen, Prof, of Ecclesi- 
astical History. 

EAST CAMBRIDGE YOUNG MEN'S 
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

A Sabbath-school is held every Sunday 
morning at the House of Correction, be- 
ginning at a quarter before nine, and con- 
tinuing three-quarters of an hour. A 
Concert is held the third Sabbath of 
every month. Visitors are welcome. 

Wm. B. Savage, 157 Tremont street. 
Boston, President; O. H. Darrell, 34 
Milk st., Boston, Vice-President; E. 
Hutchinson, 86 Chardon st., Boston, Sec- 
retary; Dr. Thaddeus Patten, Cambridge 
St., East Cambridge, Treasurer; T. J. 
"Woodman, H. L. Judkins, J. R. Fairbairn, 
H. Leonard, F. Coggswell, Directors. 

UNION CITY MISSION. 
J.N. Meriam, President; Rev. L. R. 
Paige, Vice-President; W. R. Hurl but, 
Treasurer; Mrs. Wm. R. Stone, Presi- 
dent of the Sewing Circle and Sewing 
School; Mrs. John N. Merriam, Mrs. 
Geo. Fisher, Mrs. Avery F. Howe, Mrs. 
Aaron Hale, Mrs. John P. Whiton, Miss 
Anna Stevens, Vice-Presidents; Mrs. 
Amos Whittemore, Sec. of the Sewing 
Circle; Miss Annie Rundlett, Treas.; 



Chas. Wellington, Geo. H. Folger, Ed- 
ward Hyde, D. U. Chamberlin, H. O. 
Bright, Aaron Hale, Charles Bullock, 
Executive Committee. 

CAMBRIDGE HUMANE SOCIETY. 

Organized Aug 24, 1814. 

Officers for 1872 — S. T. Farwell, Presi- 
dent; A. H. Ramsey, Treasurer; John C. 
Farnham, Secretary ; Francis J. Child, 
William Vaughan, Samuel Batchelder, 
jr., Wm. B. Storer, Rev. C. W. Anable, 
Trustees. 

Original Officers.— Rev. Abiel Holmes, 
D. D., President; Rev. Henry Ware, D. 
D., Vice-President; Levi Farwell, Secre- 
tary; Levi Hedge, Treasurer. 

EAST CAMBRIDGE CHARITABLE 
SOCIETY. 

Formed 1824. Composed of ladies from 
the several religious Societies. 

Officers for 1872.— Mrs. Samuel Dustin, 
President; Mrs. A. P. Hooker, Vice- 
President; Miss Mary Parmenter, Treas- 
urer; Mrs. J. R. Knight, Secretary ; Mrs. 
Joel Robinson, collector; Mrs. Andrew 
Jones, I. F. Jones, Hamlin James Price, 
A. P. Hooker, Robinson, McLeary, Ba- 
con, Glasson, Kullard, Edwin Clark, 
Durrell, Trustees. 

SAINT JOHNS MUTUAL RELIEF SO- 
CIETY. EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

John McSorley, President; George Mc- 
Gee, Vice-President; John H. Sweeney; 
Treasurer; James J. Murphy, Secretary , 
Francis Rafferty, book-keeper. 

260 Members. Meets in basement of St. 
Johns Church, Fourth street, near Cam- 
bridge, first Sunday of each month. 

THE SODALITY, EAST CAMBRIDGE. 

Joseph Ryan, Prefect; Wm. Mc. Kee- 
ver, first Assistant; Patrick F. Smith, 
second Assist. ; Richard McKilliget, Sec- 
retar\ ; D. B. Shaughnessey, Treasurer. 

THE FATHER MATHEW TOTAL 
ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 
James O'Donnell, President: Stephen 
Anderson, Vice-President; Francis A. 
Kelly, Secretary; Francis Timuieny, 
Book-keeper; John Quinn, Treasurer. 

DOWSE INSTITUTE. 

Trustees. His Honor the Mayor, and 
the President of the Common Council, 
ex officiis. Charles Deane, President and 
Treasurer; W. W. Wellington, Secre- 
tary, John C. Dodge. 

The Executors of the will of Thomas 
Dowse, appropriated $10,000 for the es- 
tablishment and support of an annual 
course of Public Lectures in Cambridge, 
under the name of the Dowse Institute. 
The first Lecture was given at the City 
Hall, December 7, 1858. 

DANA LIBRARY. 

Rooms in Masonic Hall. Open every 
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday 

from 4 to 8 p. m. 
Trustees. His Honor the Mayor, 
Messrs. Charles Deane, W. W. Wel- 
lington, Dr. Anson, P. Hooker, Joseph 
A. Holmes and James Richardson; Miss 
Caroline F. Orne, Librarian. 

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tains 5,400 volumes. Additions are con- 
stantly made. 

CAMBRIDGE HORTICULTURAL 
SOCIETY. 

Organized October, 1S60. 

Meetings first Monday evening of each 
m«> nth, at the library room of the Socie- 
ty, Masonic block.i 

President, Hervey Davis; Vice Presi- 
dents, Asa Bullard, Alex. Dickinson, 
Joel Parker, John Sargent; Treasurer, 
- — ; Secretary, E. A. Hall; Executive 
Committee, the President. Hervey Davis, 
Chairman, C. M. Hovey, P. B Hovey, 
Lewis Wheeler, Alex. Dickinson; on the 
library, J. C. Hovey, Chairman, Asa 
Bullard, J. F. Mann; on fruits, P. B 
Hovey, Jacob Eaton, Edward Hyde, Ja- 
cob Nudd, J. V. Wellington; on "flowers, 
Francis Houghton; Chairman, Asa Bul- 
lard, J. G. Barker, J. C. Hovey, J. F 
Mann; on vegetables, E. H. Luke, chair 
man, Walter, Russell, Jesse Haiey ; on the 
arrangements for the Annual Exhibi 
tion, J. G. Barker, chairman, Alex 
Dickinson, Walter Russell, J. V. Well- 
ington, Francis Houghton, Edward Hyde, 
E. H. Luke, Jacob Eaton, Lewis Wheeler 
T. M. Davis, Asa Bullard, J. F.Mann, J 
C. Hovey 

IRVING LITERARY ASSOCIATION 
Organized 1855. 
George H. Stedman, President; Joseph 
A. Ball, Vice-President; John Locke 
Recording Secretary; \V. L. Murdock 
Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Abbott, 
Treasurer; F. H. Murdock, Librarian 

CAMBRIDGE YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS- 
TIAN ASSOCIATION. 
Meets at Irving Hall, Main, cor. Nor- 
folk Streets. 
Reading-room open daily from 6 to 10, 
p. M. 
W. A. Munroe, President; Benj. Dow 
Vice-President; E. G. Sanger, Corres- 
ponding Secretary ; Charles H. Chandler 
Recording Secretary ;George Wtymouth 
Treasurer. 

LITERARY CLASS OF C. Y. M. C. A- 

E. G. Sanger, President; Benj. Dow, 
Vice-President; Warren F. Bridges, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 

CAMBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL ASSO- 
CIATION. 

E. G. Sanger, Esq.. President; D. W. 
Hyde, Geo. Colman. Walter Nason, An- 
nie W. Baldwin, Miss G. Hendley, Vice- 
Presidents^ F. Dodge Secretary; Her- 
bert A. Chase, Treasurer; Wm. A. Mon- 
roe. Orator; Miss Fannie Mead, Poet; 

Executive Committee. Ward I. Jas. 
A. Shedd, Marv Bullard. Ward II. Chas. 
A. Patch, Ne'llie Bullard. Ward III. 
Chas. Clark, Susan Pendexter. Ward 
IV. Chas. Hyde, Mary Morse. Ward V. 
John L. Bla'ke, Hattie Cook. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHARITABLE 
UNION. 
Organized 1858. 
Henry Parkman. President; W. W. 
Dodge, Secretary; K. B. Newell, Treas- 
urer. No. of members 30. Meetings 
in May and November. 

CAMBRIDGE SOCIA.L UNION. 

Rooms Brattle, corner of Palmer st. 
2nd floor. 

Wm. M. Vaughan, President; Mrs. H. 
0. Houghton,;Mrs.!J. P.Cook, Miss Geor- 
giana Leach. Mrs. K. Parsons. Mr Mich- 
ael Corcoran, Mr. Samnel Butchelder Jr. 
Rev. Samuel Longfellow, Vice-Presi- 
dents; Mr. Oeo. H. Beanian, Secretary; 
Miss Mary L. Thayer, Assistant Secre- 
tary ; Wm. T. Richardson, Treasurer. 

FRATERNAL ASSOCIATION, E. CAM- 
BRIDGE. 
Regular meetings, first Tuesday, in 

each mouth, at Hall 97 Cambridge. 
George B. Hamlin, President; L. B. 
Guyer, Vice-President; Walter W. Pike- 
Secretary; Edwin H. Blake, Treasurer. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

The following are the officers elected 
by the Posts of the G. A. R., iu this city, 
the present year 1872. 

Post 56. Charles Beck. G. A. R. Com- 
mander, James A. Munroe; Senior Vice 
Commander, Charles Munroe. Junior 
Vice Commander, Nathaniel Monroe; 
Assistant W. H. Campbell; Quarter- 
master, Geo. H.Elliot; Surgeon, A. P. 
Clarke; Chaplain, Samuel Sennott; Offi- 
cer of Day, W. H. Ryan; Officer of 
Guard, A. M. Elms. 

Post 57, P. Stearns Davis Encampment. 

Commander, G. H. Howard; Senior 
Vice Commander, C. A. Austin; Junior 
Vice Commander, G. B. Smith; Adjutant, 
B. F.Cobb; Quartermaster, O.S. Browue; 
Chaplain, E.P.Gardner; O. D., H. C. 
Hobbst O. G., E.M. Boyle; Or. Sergt. 
S. N. Dustin; Sergt. Maj. Thomas How- 
ard; A. M. Lunt, and C. O. Weleh,Dele- 
gates to Dept. Com. 

MILITARY ORGANIZATION. 
Cambridge City Guard, Co. C. 5th 

Regt. M. V. M. 
Meetings first Tuesday in every Month. 
Armory in hall cor. Brattle and Pal- 
mer streets. 
Captain, ; First Lieutenant, Mi- 
chael Dalton; Second Lieutenant, Geo. 
A. L. Snow; Orderly Sergeant, Clerk and 
Treasurer, A. W. Bennick; Armorer, 
John H.Sanderson. 

CAMBRIDGE LYCEUM. 
Officers not received. 

PUTNAM LITERARY SOCIETY. 
Officers not received. 

ST. JOHN'S LITERARY INSTITUTE. 

East Cambridge. 
Meets at Institute Hall, 77 Cambridge s 



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Street, Boston, mortgages Negotiated. 



CAMBEIDGE 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

EMBRACING 

A CLASSIFIED LIST OF ALL TRADES, PROFESSIONS, AND PURSUITS 
IN THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE, FOR THE YEAR 1872, AR- 
RANGED ALPHABETICALLY FOR EACH TRADE, 
THUS EXHIBITING AT A GLANCE THE 
FULL ADDRESS AND SPECIAL 
BUSINESS OF THE CITI- 
ZENS. 



Ale, Beer &c. 

Brusch Bernard, Washington 
Clark B. 141 Main 
Garigan Ellen Mrs. 175 Bridge 
Gutheim Frederick, 161 1-2 Broadway 
Powers Margaret Mrs. 139 Bridge 
Sanders J. B. basement 461 Main 

Apothecaries. 

AndrosH.S.641 Main 
Appleton Henry K. jr. 105 Cambridge 
Bartlett Horace S. Harvard square 
BAYLEY AUGUSTUS R. 3 Hyde's blk. 

607 Main (see advt. p. 433) 
Dodge Davis, North ave. opp. Walden 
Goodwin John A. North avenue, near R. 

R. bridge and Henderson's blk. 
Hubbard J.H., Harvard blk. 468 Harvard 

square 
JONES M. A., 33 Gore (see advt. iridex.)| 
MACAULAY J. 474 Cambridge (see 

advt. index.) 
Nichols H. C, Stratton's block, 169 Cam- 
bridge 
Orne Joel S.493 Main 
RAMSAY ALEXANDER H., 1 Brattle 

(see advt. p. 444) 
Southworth George M. 439 Main 
Stevens Charles E. 153 Bridge 
STONE \VM. A. 4 Brewers blk, Brattie 

square (see advt. p. 6) 



Studley & Buawell, 150 Cambridge 
Thayer Walter C.88 Cambridge and 34 

Third 
Webber O.H. 591 Main 
Weston & Co. Cambridge, corner North 

Fifth 
WESTON WILLIAM H. 152 Harvard 

(see advt. p. 445) 

Architects. 
Dennison Hosea B. 236 Cambridge 
WEBBER JOHN H. 608 Main (see advt. 

page 2) 
WELLINGTON C.W. (practical), Main, 

cor. Ellery (see advt. p. 448) 

Artists. 

Hill Thomas, North ave.eor. Everett 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, 11 Chestnut 

Auctioneers. 

Farnham John C. Harvard square, cor. 

Dunster (and 6 Traveller bldg. B.) 
Knights S. C. & Son, 635 Main 
MUN ROE WxM. A. Ill Cambridge 

Bacon "Works. 

SQUIRE J. P. & CO., Gore, near Somer 
vllle and (23 North Market, B.) (see 
advt. last leuves, 12) 

Teele, Howe & Co. Main, opp. Windsor 



GEORGE P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



22 School St. 
B o ston. 



GEO. W. WARE & CO., Parlor and Chamber Furniture, i57 Tremont 



Street, Boston. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Bakers and Bread Stores* 

Ball Joseph G. 1 Austin 
Belcher Geo. G. 523 Main 
Canavan Wm. 171 Cambridge 
Doyle M. J. 213 and 215 Cambridge 
Gardner J. W. 207 Cambridge 
KENNEDY FRANK A. (crackers), 498 

500 and 502 Main (see advt. inside back 

cover) 
Liebert David, 67 Gore 
Mahonev Ellen Mrs. 54 Gore 
Mclntii e Ezra T. 79 Cambridge 
McKengu Daniel. 135 Main 
Morse & Plummer, River, cor. Pleasant 
Newmarch Joseph, Harvard, cor. Clark 

Sandman , Seventh, cor. Otis 

THURSTON, HALL & CO. (crackers), 

31 and 33 Elm (sue advt. p. 14) 
Turner Mary A. Mrs. 912 Main 
White P. & Bro., 442 and 444 Cambridge 
"Whitney Martin, 579 Main 
Wright Wm., Mt. Auburn, cor. Dunster 

Banks. 

CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL BANK 
OF CAMBRIDGE, 1 Harvard row 
(see advt. p. 366) 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CAM- 
BRIDGE, Main, cor. Prospect (see 
advt. p. 366> 

LECH MERE NATIONAL BANK, Cam- 
bridge, cor. Second (see advt. p. 367) 

National City Bank of Cambridge, Main, 
cor. Norfolk 

THE CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL BANK 
59 Cambridge st. (see advt. p. 367) > 

The Cambridsreport National Bank, 
Main, near Essex 

Bell Hanging. 

Carty Henry, Willow place 
ROSE J. W„ Fifth, cor. Cambridge (see 
advt. p. 443; 

Billiard Rooms. 
Atkins & Munroe, 111 Cambridge 

Dudley Moses, 230 Cambridge 

Elliot Geo. H., 8 Brighton 

Gay Joseph, 539 M?.iu 

Lyons G. H., Lyceum building, Harvard 

square 
Morse Nelson N. 548 Main 
Phillips Chas. W. 519jMain 
Richardson Geo. E., Harvard square 

Billiard Tallies. 

Pratt D. G., Osborn's mills, State 

Bill Posting. 
Dunnels George B., 149 Cambridge 
Blacking Manufacturer. 

Warner Wm. R., Cottage, n. Cambridge 
station 

Blacksmiths. 

Anderson John F. feoden, near Laundry 
Barker liobert,496 Main 
Blake Darius, North ave. near Beech 
BOLGEli JAMES, 9 Church (see advt. 

p. 444) 
Davis Solomon A., Cambridge, junction 

Bridge 
Day Stephen, Cambridge, near First 
Dooris Felix, rear Gore, cor. Third 
Easter Robert s>.. North ave. cor. Cedar 
Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 
Gerry John W. (horse-shoer), Tenney, 

2d door trom Elm 
Gould Reuben B. H. 89 Bridge 
Hartness George, Palmer 



Healey James H., Court, near Broad 

canal 
Henderson Brothers, North avenue, opp. 

Walden 
HENDERSON JAMES A. North avenue, 

cor. Daye (see advt. opp. p. 19) 
Henley F. O., Soden, n. the laundry 
IVERS FRANCIS, North avenue, cor. 

Allen (see advt. marginal lines, gene- 
ral directory^ 
Jones Andrew J., Palmer, cor. Church 
Kennedy D., Windsor, junction, Webster 

avenue 
Lehan D. H. (horse-shoer), Gore, near 

Third 
MAITLAND JAMES, 235 Main (see 

advt. index.) 
McINTOSH GEORGE, S76 Main (see 

advt. p. 6) 
McKenzie James K. 496 Main 
Nutting P. & Co., Palmer 
Pettengill J. R., Brighton, opp. Eliot 
Robinson Joel, Gore, junction Bridge 
Rollins & Sanderson, Church 
SMITH T. 436 Main (see advt. p 13) 
Spellman Malachi M. Cherry, near Main 
Waugh Wm. A. 444 Main 
Woods Wm , Elm, near Somerville line 
Worthen John R., Western avenue, cor . 

Green 

Boarding Houses. 

Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., 5 Dickinson 

Amaral Manneldo,108 Gore 

Baker Cornelia Mrs. Wheatland block, 

Cambridge 
Barron Richard B. 53 Fourth 
Bearce George W. Mrs. 121 Harvard 
Blake Joseph W. 9 Wheatland block, 
• Cambridge 

Bournique Hannah Mrs. 87 Gore 
Broderick Ellen Mrs. 190 Bridge 
Brown WillardC, Seventh, corner Cam- 
bridge 
Byron Geo. H. 11 Inman 
Carney John, Seventh, cor. Otis 
Carroll Julia Mrs. 88 Third 
Chapman Amos Mrs. 391 Main 
Cofran's Brickyard boarding-house, Vas- 

Collins Mary Mrs. Bridge, opp. Mansion 

House 
Colman Patrick, 5 Water 
Drake Ruth S. Mrs.|8 Wheatland block, 

Cambridge 
Deuschle Christian, 57 Gore 
Eaton John, 1 Putnam 
Ellis C. L. Mrs. 389 Main 
Ewell Mary Mrs. 3 Baldwin place 
Flemming Mary J. Mrs. 66 Brighton 
Gill Mrs. Thorndike, near Fourth 
Hobbs Lydia C. Miss, 32 Cherry 
Hughes Patrick, North ave. n. Cedar 
Jacobs Harriet Mrs. 10 Trowbridge 
Johnson Martha A. Mrs. East, near 

Bridge 
Joseph Frank, 95 Third 
Kenison N. D. 39 Windsor 
Kihlgren C. A. 26 Second 
Leuchte Bemhard, North avenue, near 

Arlington line 
Macauley Anna Mrs. Rockwell, near 

Pleasant 
Mann Rufus, 12 Dunster 
McCanu Eliza Mrs. 2 Brooks 
McCarthy John H. Mrs. Bridge, near 

Short 
McMahon Edward, 2 Water 
Miller Clara L. Mrs. 18 Perry 
Movlan Ellen Miss, 49 Clarfc 
Marnier Lucinda Mrs. Brighton, near 

Winthrop 
Murrav James Mrs. 119 Harvard 



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F. BADGER, manufacturer, 
Elm St., Charlestown, mass. 



G. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

Street, Boston, mortgages Negotiated* 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



375 



Neal E.Mrs. 104 Main 

Noyes Una N. Mrs. Wheatland block, 

Cambridge 
O'Keeffe Ellen Miss, 8 Davis 
Peasley .James V. 3 Oak 
Pierce James P., Holyoke, cer. Mount 

Auburn 
Ross Maria R. 61 Third 
Russell Mrs. 33 Bow 
Scott Margaret Miss, 12 Bow 
Smith Ann Mrs. North avenue 
Smith James M. 32 Fourth 
Stemler Daniel fGennan), Water, cor. 

Bridge 
Stevens Moses, School court 
Torrey It. jr. (students'), Holyoke, cor. 

Mt. Auburn 
Voit Fanny Mrs. 36 Cambridge 
Walker Alfred W. Mrs. 390 Main 
Welch James, Smith's block, Harvard, 

near June. Main 

Boiler makers* 

ALLEN & ENDICOTT,Main,opp. Har- 
rison (see advt. page 8) 

KENDALL A ROBERTS, Main, near 
W. Boston bridge (see advt. p. \) 

Bookbinders and Blank Book 
manufacturers. 

Bowen A Blake, 91 Cambridge 
Dresser Edwin A Co. 105 Magazine 
Eberhardt 4 Alden, Moore's blk. Brattle 
HOUGHTON H.O. A CO. Riverside (see 

advt. last colored leaf) 
Learned Lucien S. & Co., 4 Lee 
Little, Brown A Co., Riverside 
Macdonald A Sons, Brattle square 
Welch, Bigelow A Co., University Bind- 
ery, Brattle square 

Booksellers and Publishers. 

BOWEN A BLAKE, 91 Cambridge (see 

advt. p. 442) 
HOUGHTON H. O. A CO. (publishers), 

Riverside (see advt. last colored leaf) 
Hunt Edgar F. A Co. 575 Main 
Richardson Benj. H. 5 Harvard square 
SEVER CHARLES W. 464 Harvard sq. 

(see advt. front cover) 

Boot and Shoe Stores, and Boot 
makers. 



Learned Grant, Haymarket square, near 

Main 
Lynch Thomas, Franklin, cor. Bay 
Mann Rufus,7 Harvard square 
Manning Edmund, 445 Main 
Marcroft William, 537 Main 
Martin John, 544 Main 
Martin Owen, Harvard sq. near P. O. 
Mathews Wm. P. 75 Inman 
McLeod W. G. 85 Main 
Milliean Daniel H. 36 Fifth 
Mulcahy Jeremiah H. 155 Cambridge 
Nickerson S. L.539 Main 
O'Loughlin John, 52 North 
Penka Frederick, 16 1-2 Broadway 
Purcell John, Columbia, n. Hampshire 
Ramsey Major, Norfolk, near Broadway 
Rhode Joseph, 461 Main 
Ruggli J. A. 7 Harvard row 
Sampson Wm. P. Douglass block, 597 

Main 
Sawyer W. L. 431 Main 
Sheahan Patrick, 37 Main 
Stickel J. F. 438 Cambridge 
Sullivan John, 3 Vine 
Tufts Charles, 14 Church 
Walsh Patrick, 1 Gore 
Ware Wm. F. 15 Irving place 
Weber Anselm, 212 Cambridge 
WILDER CYRUS D.557 Main (see adv. 

marginal lines, general directory) 
Woods Richard, 24 Brighton 
Box makers. 
OSBORN DALPHON A CO., State (see 

advt. front colored page) 
Page George G. A Co. Broadway, junct. 

Hampshire 

Bracket Manufacturers. 
OSBORN DALPHON A CO., State (see 

advt. front colored page) 
SCR ANTON H. A. A O. (house brackets). 

Main, near Osboru's plaulng-mill (see 

advt. opp. p. 42) 

Brass and Iron Founders. 

Walworth J.J. A Co. rear 356 Main, L.P. 

Brewery. 
Mcintosh James, Fifth, near Otis 
Brick makers. 

Bay State Brick Co. Spruce, near Jack- 



ANSHELM JOHN H. 158 Harvard (see 

advt. page 441; 
Bass J. H. 23 Third 
Bolster Richard, 34 Brighton 
Brown John, 192 Bridge 
Chalk Abraham B. 14a Gore 
Chamberlain Alfred N. 22 Magazine 
Clark Thomas, North ave. near Walden 
Clarke William, 6 Allen 
Clausen P. N. 11 Harvard row 
Crow Samuel C. 549 Main 
Cur ran A Dunn, 177 Cambridge 
Dollard James, 27 Brattle square 
Dollard Morris, 906 Main [ct. 

Dullea John, Cambridge, cor. Seventh st. 
Dwver Timothy, 149 Bridge 
East Cambridge Boot and Shoe Co. 157 

Bridge 
Ferguson A. H. A Son, Montgomery, 

cor. Harvey 
Fitzpatrick James T. 16 Brighton 
Green John, Bridge, near East 
Guyer Lewis B.87 Cambridge 
Hayes Alvin, Wood's block,577 Main 
Heffernan Wm. C, Willow place, near 

Cambridge 
Hilliard Samuel D. 85 Washington 
Johnson J. T. 27 Washington 
Klngdon Jas. 15 Rice plase 



sen 
Builders Co. Concord avenue 
COFRAN SAMUEL M. 70 Coucord ave. 

(see advt. p. 439) 
McCrehau Jeremiah, Dublin 
Sands John L., Walden, near Garden 
Sands John N., Walden, near Garden 

Britannia Ware Naniifs. 
DRAPER F. A CO., Otis, between First 

and Secoud (see advt. p. 7) 
HIGGINS A WHITNEY, 625 and 62» 

Maiu (see advt. front colored page) 

Broker. 

READ J. STACEY (mortgage) 5 Pera- 
berton sq. B. h. 221 Harvard (see 
advt. p. 18 last leaves; 

Brush makers. 

Burton, Fellows A Co., Gore, near 
Bridge, salesroom (21 Exchange, B.) 

Packard <fc Burrill, 60 Cambridge and 
(33 Exchange, B.) 

Builders. 

Lowe F. A J. 74 and 76 Prospect 
WELLINGTON C. W., Main cor Ellery 
(see advt. p. 448) 



GEORGE P, PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, "."SSI*- 



GEO. TV. WARE & CO., Furniture and 

Upholstery Goods, 157 Tremont Street, Boston. 



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CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Butter, Cheese «fcc. 

Cloyes P. B.20 Briglitou 
Eager & Brooks, 2 Dalton's block, 420 
Harvard 

Cabinet Makers. 

BRAMAN, SHAW & CO., Bridge, opp. 
Prison Ft.brde. (see advt. last leaves.9 

Clark John W. 98 Hampshire 

DENYVEN & COUCH, Main, opp. Har- 
rison (see advt. index) 

Geldowsky Ferdinand, Otis, cor. First 

Grant & Mann, 123 Hampshire 

Cabinet Organ Dealer. 

Pratt D. G., Osborn's mills, State 
Carpenters and Builders. 

Anderson James, Mill 
Anderson Matthew, Mill 
Bailey Isaac VV., Green, near Pleasant 
Blodgett & Rhoades, Elm, cor. Market 
Buck John S. rear 58 Thorndike 
Buck S. B., First, near Cambridge 
Bugbee Wm. A., Garden,!n .Waterhouse 
Cass Frederick, 12 Green 
Chesley & Simpson, rear 579 Main 
Clark Ozias, First, near Cambridge 
Clark Simon P. 19 Cherry 
Curtis Charles, Milk, opp. Porter's sta- 
tion 
Cutler Isaac, Cambridge, cor. Summer 
Davies B. F., Gore, near Sixth 
Dennison Geo, W., Otis, near Ninth 
Drake Bros., Porter's station 
French Orrin B., Palmer 
Gault Benjamin F., Pleasant, cor. Rock- 
well 
Hancock & Greeley, Western avenue 
Harlow Thomas C. 18 Cherry 
Hatfield S., Brighton, near the bridge 
Hayes Luther S., Mill, foot of Holyoke 
Huckins Thos. S. Brighton, near Eliot 
Keenan J. H., Cambridge, n. Columbia 
Kelley J. B.22 Mt. Auburn 
Kelley & McKinuon. Putnam place 
Lowe F. &. J. 74 and 76 Prospect 
Luke Wm. H.. Broadway, cor. Clark 
McArthur Matthias. Appian Way 
McClosky Hugh, Bridge, near Cambridge 
Norris John L. 21 Mellen 
Norris & Richardson, Western avenue 
Packer James W. <& Co., Brookliue, near 

Bridge 
Palmer Granville, Auburn 
Parker Wm. Mt. Auburn place 
Parsons Allen B.. Palmer 
Paul Henry S. Brighton, near the bridge 
Perkins Levi, Brighton, near the bridge 
Rhoades & Snow, AUston 
Ricker John K., Gore, near North Fourth 
Ricker Moses, River, junction Western 

avenue 
Sparrow James H., Auburn court 
Steele Benjamin H. 8 Arlington 
Stevens Abel jr. Mt. Auburn, cor. Bath 
Stevens Albert, Buckingham 
Stiles Stephen, North avenue 
Sweeney C. & J. H., Gore, bet. Third 

and Fourth 
Tracy Martin, Brighton, near the bridge 
Tracy Michael F., Norton 
Webster T. B. 137 Bridge 
Wentworth R. & C.G., Main, near Whit- 
ney's etore 
Wilson John, Dyke 
Withey Simeon B., Mill 
Wright Samuel J ., Meacham, near North 
avenue 

Carpet Beaters. 
Swett L. C. & Co. 600 Main 



Carpet Makers. 

Swett L. C. & Co, 600 Main 

Carpet Rooms, 

MORAN T. S. & CO. 238 Cambridge (see 
advt. p. 446) 

Swett L. C . & Co. 600 Main 

WHITNEY & WORCESTERS. Whit- 
ney's building, 25 Brattle sq. (see advt. 
inside back cover) 

Carriage Builders. 
(See also Wheelwrights.) 

BUSKIRK. CHAS. V. 378 Main (see advt. 
page 6) 

Brown Daniel (wagon maker), Palmer 

Chapman Francis L., Brattle, rear 17 
Palmer 

Davis Solomon A., Bridge, June. Cam- 
bridge 

Donnelley Frank, 22 Broadway 

Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 

Henderson Brothers, North ave. opp. 
Walden 

HENDERSON J. A. North ave. cor. 
Daye (see advt. opp. p. 19) 

Henderson Robert, North avenue, near 
Chester 

HURD AMOS D., Palmer (see advt. 
page 446) 

IVERS FRANCIS, North ave. n. Por- 
ter's Hotel (see advt. marginal lines, 
gen. directory) 

Martin Wm. H . 442 Main 

Thwing James, 101 Green 

Ward Winthrop A. 242, 244 and 246 
Main 

Waugh W. A. 444 Main 

WEBB WM.W, Cedar, n. North ave. 
(see advt. front col. page) 

Carriage Painters. 

Belcher George W„ River 

Butler P.E., Cambridge, cor. First 

Chapman Francis L., Brattle, rear 17 
Palmer 

Gibby Nicholas, 16 Cambridge 

HENDERSON JAMES A., North ave. 
cor. Daye (see advt. opp. p. 19) 

Henderson R., North ave; n . Chester 

IVERS FRANCIS, North ave. n. Por- 
ter's Hotel (see advt. marginal lines, 
gen. directory ) 

Jones A. J., Palmer, cor. Church 

Nutting E. M.. Palmer, near Brattle 

PENNIMAN T. J. & CO. 446 Main (see 
advt. p. 445) 

Carriage Smiths. 

Chapman Francis L., Brattle sq. near 
Palmer 

Felt & Collins, 16 Cambridge 

MCINTOSH GEORGE, 376 Main (see 
advt. p. 6) 

McKenzie James K., Main, n. Universa- 
lis! church 

Waugh W. A. 444 Main 

Worthem J. R., Western avenue, cor. 
River 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Howe Daniel K. & Co. 448 Main 

IVERS FRANCIS, North avenue, near 

Porter's Hotel (see advt. marginal 

lines, gen. directory) 
Webster W. P., Main, n. G. J. R. R. 

Car Wheels. 
Boston Car Wheel Co. 21 Hampshire 

Cement Manufacturer. 
Purcell Hyacinth, River, near Brighton 

bridge 



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51 Elm St., Charlestown, Mass 



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Charcoal Dealers. 

Aiken & Woodard, Cambridge, n. First 

Chemical Works. 
Boston Chemical Works, Edward Cham- 
berlain & Co. near junc. Cambrigde and 
Portland, office, 2 Central, B. 

Cigar Manufs. and Dealers. 

Aaron Moss, 329 Main 
Aberle Jacob. Main, n. Pioneer 
Brown E.. Main. junc Austin 
Busnach Michael S. & Sous, 570 Main 
Clark- H. P. & Co., Pearl, cor. Green, 

salesrooms 552. 554. and 550 Main 
Daily Chas. B.539 Main 
Elliot George H.8 Brighton 
Howlett William, oii Main 
LeFRANCiS PETER, 527 Main (see 

advt. p. 410) 
LeFrancis T.. Windsor, cor. Main 
MASON J. T.617 1-2 Main (see advt. 

index 
Paul F. J.12Svdnev 
Phillips J. S. 599 Main 
Russell E. T., Union square, North ave. 
Wells .lames H. 458 Main 
Witham Thomas. 337 Main 



Circulating Libraries. 

FRENCH GEORGE E. 583 Main (see 

advt. title page; 
Hunt Edgar F. & Co. 575 Main 
LULL FRED A. 447 Main (see advt. 

back cover and title page) 
SEVER CHARLES W. 464 Harvard sq. 

(see advt. on front cover) 

Civil Engineers and Land Sur- 
veyors. 
Barbour Wm. S. & A. Hodges, 563 Main 
Chase J. G., City Hall 
Mason William A. & C. D. Elliott, 5931 
Main 

Clergymen. 

Allen A. V. G., Brattle, cor. Irving pi. 

Allen Joseph II. 5 Garden 

Amiable Court land W. 351 Harvard 

Apsey Wm. S. 11 Coggsweli ave. 

Atkinson Kinsman, Appian Way, near 
Garden 

Beamau Charles C, Frost, n. Forest 

Bowles Ben j. F.. Inman. n. Hampshire 

Briggs Geo. W. 61 Kirkland 

Brosnahan Timothy. Norfolk 

Bullard Asa, 22 Centre 

Chasw Edwin B. 24 Clinton 

Croswell A. 19 Ash 

Curtis Thos. F. 22 Inman 

dishing C. 6 Ellerv 

Donahue John \Y . 83 Otis 

Dougherty M. P. 29 Buckingham 

Foxerofl Francis A. 17 Arlington 

Francis Eben, \6 Kirkland 

Graham William, Third, opposite Court 
House 

H ask ins David G., Main, cor. Trow- 
bridge 

Hodges Richard M. 1 W aterhouse 

Holland Frederick W. 15 Everett 

Hoppin Nicholas. 13 Folien 

Howe Wm., Main. cor. Hancock 

Jackson Samuel, 16 Bowdoin 

Knapp W. H. 21 Clinton 

Magwire Frank, 107 Thorndike 

Marsters John M. 1 Orchard 

Mc Daniel Samuel W. 90 Thorndike 

McKenzie Alex. 64 Brattle 

Mears David O. 2o Arlington 

Murdoch J. N. Orchard, n. Beach 

Newell Wm. 20 Berkeley 



Peabody Andrew P. Quincy, corner 

Harvard 
Perkins H. K. W., Everett pi. 
Potter Dexter, 40 North ave. 
Russell Edward G. 780 Main 
Scully Thomas, Norfolk, n. Harvard 
Shinnick Wm., Otis, cor. Fourth 
Stevens -A. W. 34 Hancock 
Twining Kinsley. 5 Main 
Wightmau J. C, North ave. 

Clothes Cleaner and Repairer. 

O'Connell Patrick, 621 Main 

• Clothes Wringers. 
EUREKA CLOTHES WRINGER* 

Charles Moore, agent, 8 Brattle (see 

advt. front col. page) 
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER, 

J. H. Fuller, agent, 605 Main (see advt . 

col. page, opp.43) 

Clothing Stores. 

Fuller G.C. W. 561 Main 
Lew Abraham, 13 Brattle and 433 Main 
Phillips A. W., Main. n. Austin 
Roaf Robert K.S65 Main 
WYETH B. FRANKLIN, 10 Harvard 
row (see advt. p. 12) 

Coal, Wood, etc. 

Baldwin J. jr., 97 Main 

Brine * Clark, Bridge, foot Third 

Brooks Wm. C. & Co., Bridge, near Bay 
State glass-house 

Chaffee & Cummings (charcoal), Bridge, 
junc. Cambridge 

Hatten Henry, Main, opp. Osborn's 
mills 

Hubbard Appleton, wharf, foot Charles 
River 

Luke & Bent. 168 Main 

MARSDEN JAMES, 395 Main (see advt. 
page 4) 

MAYNARD & POTTER, foot of Brigh- 
ton (see advt. p. 13) 

Norris Alex. 445 Main 

RICHARDSON WM. T., College wharf, 
order box, 10 Harvard row (see advt. 
index) 

SHAW JACOB B. & CO. 5 Broadway 
(see advt. p. 8) 

Smith M. L. 180 Main, L. P. 

Turner James. 91 Broadway 

WELLINGTON BROS. 28 Bridge (see 
advt. p. 436) 

WYMAN WILLIAM, Bridge, n. Cam- 
bridge (see advt. p. 2) 

Coffin Warehouses. 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L., Bridge, cor. 
Third (see advt. p. 442) 

Colors. 

Bay State Color Co. Montgomery, c. 
Harvey 

Concert Organist. 

BROOKS GEO. F. 145 Washington (see 
advt. p. 437; 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Alden Ann, 546 Main 

Belcher Chas. F. 2 Harvard sq. 

Berry S. A. 109 Cambridge 

Blake Chas. H. 6ol Main. 

Clark Benj. P. & Co. 552, 554 and 556 

Main 
Cousens Katie H. Miss, Norfolk, corner 

Broadway 
Drew Geo. C. 365 Main 
Getchell E. B. 29 Haymarket sq. 
Hall Robert S. basement 559 Main 



GSDRSS P. PERRY, Real Estate and Mortgage Broker, 



23 School St. 
Boston. 



GEO. W. WARE I CO., Parlor and Chamber Furniture, 157 Tremont 



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Hill Kate Mis?, 444 Harvard 
Hunnewell James W. Henderson's blk. 

228 North ave. 
Langer Jane Mrs. 427 Main 
Longley B. A. 455 Main 
Lum J. E. 165 Broadway 
Mathieson Mary Mrs. Cambridge, ne ar 

Dailey's stables 
McELLROY WM. 440 Harvard (see 

advt. p. 445) 
McFarland Wm. H. 55 Brookline 
Mulholland James, 459 1-2 Main 
MUSHET JAMES A. 361 1-2 Main (see 

advt. p, 440) 
Smith Charles. Ill 1-2 Cambridge 
Smith James, 405 Main 

Conservatories. 

Howe William, Oxford, cor. Crescent 
Mt. Auburn, Brattle, n. Mt. Auburn 

Constables. 

See City Record. 
HUNNEWELL CHAS. H. Harvard 

row (see advt. p. 442) 
KING BENJA.. 593 1-2 Main, room 6 

(see advt. back cover) 
LULL FREDERICK A. 447 Main (see 

advt. back cover and title p.) 
Taylor Ira, 673 Main 

Contractors and Team Jobbers. 

Linnehan Chas. Bridge, near Miller's 

river 
Ross Robert, Gerry, near Chapman place 

Coopers. 

Conlin John, Vine, n. Third 

Shuler John, Hunting, cor. Cambridge 

Corn Cakes. 

Jackson S. H. Western ave, c. Franklin 
Cracker Bakers. 

KENNEDY F. A. 498, 500, and 502 Main 

(see advt. back cover) 
THURSTON, HALL. A CO. 31 and 33 
Elm (see advt. p. 14) 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Bailev Jacob L. 67 Cambridge 

Bates George W. 4S9 Main 

Davis William, 558 Main 

Glllon Patrick, 111 Fourth 

Graves Geo. Jr. 182 Cambridge cor. Sec- 
ond 

Hovey H. N. Gore, cor. Third 

Hyde Dana W. A Co. 4 Hyde's blk. Main 

Moor J. C. 192 Cambridge 

MORAN T. S. <fc CO. 238 Cambridge (see 
advt. p. 446) 

Oxford J. M. & Co. 529 Main 

Palmer John, Gore, cor. Second 

Woodward J. H. North avenue, near 
Beech 

WYETH B. FRANKLIN, 10 Harvard 
row (see advt. p. 12) 

WYETH JAMES H. 6 Brattle (see advt. 
Index) 

Cnrriers. 

Downing Theodore. Main 

Fisher Ferdinand, Tannery 

Kuebler Michael. North avenue, near 
Tannery 

Muller Wui. Tannery 

Curriers' Tallow. 
Cooper Charles <fe Son. rear 87 River 

Cutlery. 
MOORE CHARLES & CO. 8 Brattle 
(see advt. front col. p.) 



Dentists. 

Allen Wilkes, 6 Brattle 

ANDREWS ROBERT R. Whitney's 

building. 27 Brattle square 
Bullock C. 569 Main 
Draper Daniel F. 231 North ave. 
Gaylord Edson, 21 Worcester 
Master Charles, 3 Norfolk 
Patteu Thaddeus. 104 Cambridge 
Wentworth James P. 168 Cambridge 
WHITE EDWARD Y. room 7, Hyde's 

block, 603 Main (see advt. index) 

Distillery. 
Sortwell's Distillery, J. K. Hodgdon, 

Eroprietor, Cambridge, c. Distill- 
ouse st. 

Brain Pipe. 

Bacon Henry A. rear 79 Cambridge 

Cbamberlin Daniel U. June. Main and 
Western ave. 

Day and Collins, 116 Main, office 40 
Bromfleld, Boston 

WEBBER JOHN H. 608 Main (see advt. 
page 2) 

Dressmakers. 

Atkins Wm. J. Mrs. 563 Main 

Bassett Charles Mrs. 29 Brewery 

Bradley A Martin. 648 Main 

Butler Bysander F. Henderson's block. 
North ave. 

Butler Henry A. Mrs. at Hapgood's, 20 
Arlington 

Callender Marv M. 499 Main 

Carnev Mary A. Miss, Bridge, corner 
Fo'urth 

Collins Hannah Miss. Bridge, opp. Man- 
sion House 

Cox L. C. Mrs. 116 Cambridge 

Danforth Ada M. Mrs. Cambridge, near 
Second 

Danforth Susan E. Miss, 11 Everett place 

Daniels Eliza C 11 Jav 

Draper Carrie W. 436 Harvard 

Dunn J. S. Mrs. 70 River 

English Margaret Mrs. 40 Winter 

Estes Nancy G. Miss, 603 Main 

Eyre Harriet M. 4 Magazine ct. 

Farland S. E. Miss, rear R. Mann's, Har- 
vard sq. 

Flanagan Kate Miss, h. Lopez, n. Pear 1 

Fowler H. M. 8 Harvard sq. 

Griggs Lucy J. Mrs. 7 Franklin 

Haley Marv A. Miss, 898 Main 

Hudson Sophia H. Mrs. 586 Main 

Ireland Millie Mrs. 429 Main 

King Lydia K. Mrs. rear 81 Cambridge 

Lord & Goodwin Misses, 547 Main 

Lynch Mary Mrs. Cambridge, near 
Seventh 

McAvinie Miss, Third, cor. Gore 

McEUroy Cecilia A. Mrs. h. 152 Elm 

Mooney Amanda Mrs. 69 1-2 Mt. Auburn 

Morris Mary, 43 Washington 

Nickerson Marv L. 69 Moore 

Phillips Margaret A. Miss, 1 Linnehan 's 
block, near Third 

Pierce E. A. Mrs. North ave. cor. Beech 

Pratt & Ireland Misses, Harvard sq. 

Quimbv H. Mrs. 3 Essex 

Regal M. M. Gore n. Third 

Savage Lizzie C. Mrs. Second, n. Cam- 
bridge 

Steele Lucy A. Mrs. 93 Elm 
Sullivan Addie Miss, West, n. Inman 

Wa'es Helen A. 24 Wendell 

Walton A Hartford Mrs.4S4 Cambridge 

Watson Sarah J. Mrs. Sydney, n. Wal- 
nut 
Williams Elizabeth A. Mrs. 82 River 
Winter A. S. Mrs. 589 1-2 Main 



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31 Elm St. Charlestown. Ma« . 



G. WARREN BROWN, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent, 34 School 

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Dry Goods. 

Barker Freeman, 513 Main 

Bates John S. 587 Main 

Bennink C. G. H. 581 Main 

Bolster A. A. (fancy), Main, n. Austin 

Bntler Byzander P. Henderson's block, 
North ave. 

Butler & Co. Henderson's block, North 
ave. 

Carruthers Robert H. 3 Brewer's block, 
Brattle square 

Connell Daniel, 219 North ave. 

Donnelly J. H. S. 113 Cambridge 

Folsom C. D. Cambridge, c. Fifth 

Gibson Eliza H. Mrs. 549 Main 

Hovey Horatio N. jr. 103 Cambridge 

Hyde Dana W. «fe Co. 4 Hyde's blk. 609 
Main 

Prescott Edwin R. Harvard block. Har- 
vard square 

Regal M. M. Gore, n. Third 

Saunders Francis E. Harvard block, 470 
Harvard square 

Wheeler J. & Son, Cambridge, cor. Sec- 
ond 

Earthenware. 
Hews A. H. & Co. Dwight cor. Raymond 
Engine and Boiler Manufac- 
turers. 
ALLEN A ENDICOTT, Main, Cam" 

bridgeport (see advt. p. 8) 
RAWSON & HITTINGER, Main, near 
W. Boston bridge (see advt. p. 1) 

Essence and Extract manufac- 
turer. 

Stevens Charles E. 153 Bridge 
Expresses. 

Bancroft J. C. Union square, North ave. 

Brigham J. M. office 40 Wludsor, order 
box, P. O. Main 

Brown E. office (17 N. Market, B.) 

Buck H. L. Post Office, Old Cambridge 
and 16 Holyoke 

Butland Uriah, box 409 Main 

Cambridgeport Express Co. D. Savage 
& Son, 600 Main 

Chase Freeman H. order box 189 Broad- 
way 

French Wm. North ave. n. Walden 

Hayes Henry, at A. H. Ramsay's, Har- 
vard square 

Mllllken James S. Brighton, n. Harvard 
square 

Pierce C. R. 8 De Wolf 

Porter William, 52 River 

ROWE R. B. Broadway, 525 Main and 
38 Faneuil Hall sq. B.(